Euki project “Together for Sustainable School” team has launched the digital project platform for teachers as well as organized the youth conference to mark the final step of the Ambassadors program.
Encouraging people in Lithuania and Latvia to engage in climate action through a mobile museum.
The “Baltic Peatland Farmers Capture Carbon” project enables farmers and land-users in the Baltic countries to implement wet and carbon-neutral peatland farming.
EUKI spoke with Slovenian journalist Gašper Andrinek about his climate-related work as a radio journalist, podcast producer and festival organizer. He also revealed his plans for his fellowship under the EUKI project Central Eastern European Climate and Energy Policy Scholarship for Journalists next year. The interview was conducted on the sidelines of the Energy and Climate Media Dialogue in Poland.
EUKI spoke with Slovak climate and business journalist Eva Frantová about her time as a fellow of the EUKI project Central Eastern European Climate and Energy Policy Scholarship for Journalists and her current journalistic work on climate and energy issues. The interview was conducted on the sidelines of the Energy and Climate Media Dialogue in Poland.
From 3 – 6 November 2021 the International Journalist Programme (IJP) held the Energy and Climate Media Dialogue in Poland as part of the EUKI project Central Eastern European Climate and Energy Policy Scholarship for Journalists. Eleven journalists from seven countries travelled to Warsaw and Danzig to visit polish NGOs, media institutes and think tanks driving forward Poland’s climate policy to achieve the European climate targets.
Key experts from the CACTUS project and sustainable energy scenario experts from the Nordic-Baltic region met for a technical exchange on integrating sufficiency into energy system models.
For our EUKI brochure, we spoke with Benno Keppner from adelphi research gGmbH about the EUKI project Smart Climate Cities. The project aims to foster the development of sustainable and climate-friendly smart city concepts by creating a dialogue platform for Baltic and German cities.
Lithuanian Children and Youth Centre together with CARDET and RCE Oldenburger Münsterland started an international ambassador’s programme! The first gathering of the youngster’s team happened during a four-day international camp in Cyprus, where various activities, workshops and team-building exercises took place.
Hungarian and Lithuanian partners of the CACTUS project gathered at an online meeting to exchange with negaWatt and Enough expert Edouard Toulouse on sufficiency in appliances.