The project “Alpine Tourism after the Corona Crisis” adds a critical contribution to the current discourse on appropriate post-Covid recovery packages and the future development of Alpine tourism, thus laying the basis for sustainable, environmentally friendly and resilient tourism.
What is your vision of a climate neutral city, school, country or world in 2050? Students from the Three4Climate schools in Germany, Portugal and Slovenia were invited to come up with creative ideas to answer this question and take part in a student contest. Their submissions included essays, models, drawings and self-made videos.
The project “Clima Host” organises its second climate action competition in the Alpine region and aims to trigger emission reductions in tourist accommendations.
The project “Alpe-Adria Clean Transport Alliance” enables local and regional governments in the Alpe-Adria-Region to decarbonise their transport systems.
In the Three4Climate (T4C) Campus school edition, teachers and headmasters from the six Three4Climate schools discussed barriers and solutions for integrating climate action into teaching.
The project “Solar Adria” provides the necessary knowledge and capacity to increase solar energy utilisation in the Adriatic. Solar Adria supports experts from the sector and local decision makers in planning energy systems in Croatia, Slovenia, and Montenegro.
The project “EU Climate Action Dialogue” harmonises European long-term climate strategies through fostering dialogue and analysis. The project focuses mainly on the exchange between think tanks and government experts in Southern and Eastern Europe.
The project “Forests for Future” develops forest management approaches to improve the carbon mitigation potential by training forest management planners.
The “Climate and Energy Fellowships for Journalists in Europe” project connects interested journalists from Europe to build a network and get to know journalists in other countries. They learn about the specifics of reporting about climate and energy issues during the workshops and conferences.
Assessment of climate and environmental disclosures of companies from Southern, Central and Eastern Europe published pursuant to the EU Nonfinancial Reporting Directive (EU NFRD).