Key Topics

The projects work on the topics of Sustainable Economy, Awareness, Energy, Mobility, Cross-cutting Climate Policy, Climate-Proof Finance, Buildings and Municipalities.


Allocating EU Funds in CEE: A webinar

Directing EU Funds towards Climate Neutrality

EUKI project “Directing EU Funds towards Climate Neutrality” organised a Web Seminar about recommendations on money expenditures from a climate perspective. Examples were presented by every country representative.

294 Energy Scouts Qualified in 2021 – A Brief Review

Young Energy Europe 2.0

The Young Energy Europe project qualifies Energy Scouts across Europe to advance corporate climate protection. In 2021, 294 Energy Scouts from 108 companies have successfully completed the Young Energy Europe training.

Energy Security in Europe – National Perspectives Part 1: Poland

The Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine, the resulting rise in prices of fossil fuels and Russia’s gas supply freeze to Poland have once again underscored the dilemma facing Europe’s energy supply. How is Poland dealing with the current energy crisis and what are the national strategies to secure the country’s energy supply?

Socially Just Carbon Pricing Policies in CEE

Improving understanding of how to price carbon in the transport and building sectors in Poland and Romania in a socially just manner.

Sustainable Finance for Industry Decarbonisation

Advancing industrial decarbonisation in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia.

Green Deal CEE

Engaging students in climate action by making climate change education an integral part of school curricula in Lower Silesia.

100 Euro bill with wind mills

Directing EU Funds towards Climate Neutrality

Ensuring that Partnership Agreements on EU Funds (PAs) and National Recovery and Resilience Plans (NRRPs) support the European Green Deal in Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Poland, and Latvia.

Retrofit HUB

The Retrofit HUB project fosters the sustainable transformation of the building sector in Croatia, Poland and Hungary.

How are lost jobs in the coal sector replaced by modern economy jobs in Bulgaria? The report by WWF Bulgaria sheds light on the state of the just transition to a clean and circular economy in the country.