3rd webinar by EUKI Academy focussed on climate-aligned finance. Alexandra Novikova and Andreas Schneller gave insights about their EUKI projects.
1st Franco-German Energy Transition Week took place in January 2019. Participating municipalities drew attention to climate protection through joint projects and strengthened German-French friendship at the same time.
The Climate Investment Capacity (CIC) project addresses the challenge of climate investment and builds new capacity in Czechia, Germany and Latvia. The project’s starting point is the relevant knowledge and expertise that already exists in this area, which it will then transfer and adapt to national circumstances with the help of implementing partners.
This project ncreases the awareness to make the EU budget climate-proof and impacts the outcome of the next Multiannual Financial Framework of the EU budget.
The transition to a low-carbon economy requires an unprecedented redirection of financial flows towards sustainable investments. This project promotes a strategic vision for such investment and for rising to the challenge of financing climate action.
The EUKI project promotes climate protection measures in the buildings and transport sectors. Problems are analysed and possibilities for improvement are found.
Changes in the heating sector are fundamental for the improvement of air quality in Poland. This report wants to contribute by analysing both the good as well as the bad experiences of Denmark and Germany. The study shows the importance of long-term vision, specific aims and mechanisms motivating engagement and appropriate evaluation of environmental costs in this process.
Meeting the long-term goals of the Paris Agreement requires profound changes to current patterns of socioeconomic development including consumption, employment, and infrastructure affecting all parts of society including stakeholders. This paper is part of EUKI project Climate Recon.