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A database bears fruit

EUKI project ‘Directing EU funds towards climate neutrality’ gave recommendations to 98 decision makers and stakeholders in 8 participating countries on the climate-friendly spending of 240 billion EUR in total. Through analysing 58 best practices from 8 countries, the team formulated policy recommendations that reached over 75 mio. people.

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Transformation of the Construction Sector in Slovakia towards Carbon Neutrality – Identification of Problems, Barriers and Recommendations

This analysis by EUKI project ClimArchiNet summarises the findings and experience gained in the course of the project and highlights the problems and challenges of sustainable construction in the Slovak Republic. Recommendations and innovative solutions to help the construction sector contribute to the (Slovak) goal of carbon neutrality by 2050 are also given.

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Stakeholder dialogue in practice: Just Transition in the European car industry

On May 12, 2022, the conference “Just Transition: Where is the European car industry heading?” was held in Brussels. Organised by German NELA. Next Economy Lab with the support of six partner organisations from, Croatia, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary and Germany, the co-creative conference placed great emphasis on bringing together different stakeholders to enable and facilitate dialogue. Representatives at the conference included industry, environmental NGOs, academia, trade unions from Central and Eastern Europe, as well as policy makers from the European Commission and Parliament.

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Where Do EU Funds Go?

The EUKI project “Directing EU Funds Towards Climate Neutrality” operates an interactive database listing only project examples from CEE that practice efficient climate protection. Already, more than 25 entries show where money is being invested that is advancing the energy transition. Already in the first ten months, the project has reached 56 million interested parties as well as acting politicians in 8 target countries. Through the growing transparency, EU funds can be distributed more efficiently and directed to climate-effective projects.