Ambitious energy legislation to reduce the use of coal in private heating systems

The project raises awareness of air and environmental pollution in Poland. The specific goal is to ban coal from private heating systems.

A Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for the Climate

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.

People shape the form of a windmill in front of EU parliament

Bringing Germany’s Bürgerenergie to New Regions in Europe

Provisions of the European Clean Energy Package (CEP) must be implemented to promote public initiatives in the field of renewable energy.

CEE Climate Policy Frontier

The EUKI project promotes climate protection measures in the buildings and transport sectors. Problems are analysed and possibilities for improvement are found.

Central Eastern European Climate and Energy Policy Scholarship for Journalists

The German-Central Eastern European Bursary gives journalists from Germany and nine Central Eastern European countries the opportunity to spend two months working at a media outlet in another country and reporting about climate and energy issues. With this project the IJP want to establish a unique and sustainable network of journalists who are “experts” in bilateral as well as climate and energy issues.

Young professionals on a mission to reduce costs and protect the climate

The Young Energy Europe project combines climate protection and efficiency. Young employees drive the project by measuring energy consumption in their companies and developing potential ways to save energy.

Hungary has to reduce its non-ETS greenhouse gas emissions by 7% in 2030, and transport is one of the highest emitters within these non-ETS sectors. As a result, and also to comply with the EU’s long-term decarbonisation goals and the Paris agreement, Hungary must take urgent and robust action to reduce the emissions in transport. In this report for the European Climate Initiative (EUKI), T&E analyses and proposes a series of key actions that Hungary should undertake to decarbonise transport.