Energy Scouts from the Czech Republic speak about their projects in exciting new podcasts with Tereza Šťastná (Czech Radio).
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.
Small businesses are the lifeblood of our economy. They are the biggest source of innovation, employment and represent growth opportunities towards a sustainable and low carbon economy. The transition is already underway. It is essential that SMEs are not left behind and are considered adequately in the discussions.
The Three4Climate project connects six cities and six schools from Germany, Portugal and Slovenia to enable exchange and cooperation on local climate action. As part of the project, students from each school took part in a climate neutrality contest. As a prize, the winners were invited to participate in a joint weekend with the Three4Climate partner organization in their country.
Lithuanian Children and Youth Centre together with CARDET and RCE Oldenburger Münsterland started an international ambassador’s programme! The first gathering of the youngster’s team happened during a four-day international camp in Cyprus, where various activities, workshops and team-building exercises took place.
Hungarian and Lithuanian partners of the CACTUS project gathered at an online meeting to exchange with negaWatt and Enough expert Edouard Toulouse on sufficiency in appliances.
The CACTUS team has completed its first working block, aimed at exploring the energy sufficiency potential in Hungary and Lithuania.
Energy sufficiency experts from EUKI project CACTUS’ partner organisations gathered online to exchange on sufficiency potentials adapted to the national contexts in Hungary and Lithuania. The findings and developed long-term projections were published in a summarising “assumptions table”.
Across the EU, companies struggle with analysing climate risks and opportunities and providing the right data about their climate transition plans. This article focusses on methodology that can be used to simplify this process.
To mobilise sustainable finance for the transformation of the European economy, the EU strategy rests on covering the gap of additional investments needed to meet the EU’s climate objectives. This article highlights the importance of transparent corporate sustainabiltiy reporting.