We spoke with the Alexandru Mustață, national project coordinator for Romania, about the consequences of the corona pandemic, silver linings and the opportunity to create new green jobs.
More than 20 representatives of BEACON municipalities and experts exchanged views on how cities can shape the transition towards sustainable mobility druing a workshop in Kalamata, Greece.
The EUKI project YESclima offers practical training for students on energy audits in buildings. Due to the spread of corona virus, the project work is now taking place online only.
As a result of their study-trips in Berlin, the EUKI-YESclima teams from Athens and Cádiz have elaborated the general proposal Smart Roofs for cities in Southern Europe
Forum Energii asks the question how the current crisis will affect the energy transformation in the long term in Poland.
A teachers’ training for kindergartens took place in Sofia, Bulgaria as part of the BEACON project. The event targeted the work of teachers in kindergartens due to high demand and interest from the teachers, as well as to the decision of Burgas municipality to introduce the energy saving initiative into all of its schools and kindergartens.
Municipal representatives from Portugal, Greece and Germany exchanged experiences and knowledge on data collection and management issues related to climate action at a BEACON thematic workshop in Viana do Castelo, Portugal.
BEACON cities participate in coachings and exchange experiences on public relations and communication.
The Green Deal calls for new means to build energy efficient and low carbon economies. ALLIES and two other EUKI projects jointly invite practitioners, protagonists and policy makers to share their experiences, to learn about new tools to implement climate plans and to build new partnerships.
As a part of Climate NBS Poland project, Sendzimir Foundation and Ecologic Institute organised a training programme for specialists involved in implementation of green and blue infrastructure and nature-based solutions in Poland. It comprised of a six weeks e-learning course as well as stationary, thematic workshops.