The project “Municipalities for Energy Efficiency” advances the energy efficiency of municipalities in the Baltic Sea Region and helps them to increase their share of renewable energy usage.
The project “Alpine Tourism after the Corona Crisis” adds a critical contribution to the current discourse on appropriate post-Covid recovery packages and the future development of Alpine tourism, thus laying the basis for sustainable, environmentally friendly and resilient tourism.
The project “Just Transition in the Car Industry” sets a just transition of the car industry in Central Europe in notion by combing climate change mitigation with social justice.
On 27 April 2021, RES Foundation hosted its initial workshop with the representatives of the municipality of Priboj, Serbia, and began preparatory works on the municipality’s Development Plan. The workshop brought together the municipality’s highest officials who will, alongside RES Foundation, be responsible for coordinating the process of preparing the municipality’s Development Plan.
What is your vision of a climate neutral city, school, country or world in 2050? Students from the Three4Climate schools in Germany, Portugal and Slovenia were invited to come up with creative ideas to answer this question and take part in a student contest. Their submissions included essays, models, drawings and self-made videos.
The project “Clima Host” organises its second climate action competition in the Alpine region and aims to trigger emission reductions in tourist accommendations.
This report by EUKI project “EU Climate Action Dialogue” provides recommendations by eight European think tanks for the Conference on the Future of Europe.
The project “Together for Sustainable School” encourages young people from Lithuania, Cyprus and Germany to take part in climate action initiatives and enables them to make more conscious and climate-friendly decisions.
The project “Just Transition Lab” assists coal regions in Poland and Germany in planning their transitions in a participatory manner, thereby creating a replicable model for other coal regions.