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.
The ‘Improving C-Balances in Organic Farms’ project is spreading the necessary knowledge to increase carbon sequestration on farms in Slovenia and Serbia.
Climate Bridges project is starting a good practice call for climate change projects in Southeastern Europe. Winners in five categories will be selected and awarded in November 2022.
Advancing the Just Transition in Bulgaria, Serbia, North Macedonia, and Montenegro by engaging young people in green entrepreneurship.
The EDU-CLIC project team targets waste management staff and landfill operators and provides them with the necessary knowledge on how to make waste management more sustainable.
The project team engages city administrations and citizens in Croatia, Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina in solar community energy.
The project team strenghtens the ties between journalism and science to increase public awareness on climate change in Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, and Serbia.
From 27th of September until 1st of October, the GreenRuralDeal project went on a journey to explore the transition of the rural lignite-mining region of Lusatia in Germany.
On 27 September 2021 EUKI project Green Rural Deal will held its first study visit to the East German region of Lusatia with participants from Greece, Kosovo, Serbia and Germany. The purpose of this field trip is to discuss challenges and possible solutions for structural sustainable development of local regions.
The Project “Young Energy Europe 2.0” trains at least 485 young professionals in eight European countries to serve as Energy Scouts tasked with reducing energy and resource consumption in their companies.