The European Commission is organising an information and networking day on the 2020 LIFE call for project proposals.
The Green Deal calls for new means to build energy efficient and low carbon economies. ALLIES and two other EUKI projects jointly invite practitioners, protagonists and policy makers to share their experiences, to learn about new tools to implement climate plans and to build new partnerships.
Experience from Germany, Bulgaria and Poland shows that it is possible to reach 2-4 percent energy savings per year by implementing simple behavioural energy efficiency measures in schools. This can add up to 10-15 percent per year depending on the local context. How can these projects be introduced? What other benefits do they offer beyond energy savings? What key institutions and persons are needed to establish long-lasting structures?
The 5th webinar of the EUKI Academy on 29 January 2020 approaches the topic of the European Green Deal. Mateja Kahmann (German Federal Ministry for the Environment) and Klaus Roehrig (CAN Europe) will present key points and answer questions from the EUKI Community.
The last of the five national workshops on agriculture and climate under the “Cutting emissions from farming” project has been scheduled for the 30th of January. It will take place in Budapest and the language will be Hungarian.
Die eintägige litauisch-deutsche Konferenz am 23. Januar 2020 in Vilnius (Litauen) bildet den Abschluss des Projekts „Weiterbildung von Quartierssanierungsmanagern in Litauen“ und steht unter Schirmherrschaft des litauischen Umweltministeriums.
As a part of Climate NBS Poland project, Sendzimir Foundation and Ecologic Institute organised a training programme for specialists involved in implementation of green and blue infrastructure and nature-based solutions in Poland. It comprised of a six weeks e-learning course as well as stationary, thematic workshops.
The event on 17 February in Brussels will see the presentation of the research carried out by the Alliance for Corporate Transparency. The research included the preliminary assessment of the reports of 75 companies in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe,
Together with KÖVET, Young Energy Europe is planning a joint workshop in spring 2020. During the workshop Hungarian energy scouts will share their knowledge with current participants and KÖVET member companies in order to foster the dialogue between the two initiatives.
This webinar on 18 December 15.00 to 16.00 CET will look at the emerging insights from the CEE countries and how they are beginning to track domestic climate investment and finance. Experts will also discuss how CEE countries are integrating this into the climate policy planning process and implementation.