Young Energy Europe brought Cretan Energy Scouts together to present their energy efficiency projects and to practically demonstrate how to make businesses climate-friendly. The best projects were chosen by an expert jury.
What is the frontier of good policy practices in climate action in transport and buildings sectors in the CEE region? What can the CEE countries learn from each other in this area? The brochure prepared by WiseEuropa, Climate Strategies and Expert Forum in cooperation with national experts from the region presents the answer to these questions based on indicator and policy analysis covering six countries: Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria.
The BEACON team with be co-hosting a session entitled Bridging Adaptation and Mitigation: Hands-On Climate Action Across European Municipalities during the European Week of Regions and Cities in Brussels.
The second climate partnership meeting between Písek (CZ) and Pirna (DE) took place in Písek. The meeting provided a platform for municipal administrators and teachers to exchange on measures to increase sustainable transportation, share experiences with smart city concepts, and collect ideas on how to reduce the number of cars in the central square of Písek.
33 newly qualified energy scouts presented their efficiency projects and put them up for discussion during the 2019 award ceremony for energy scouts in Sofia.
Representatives from BEACON municipalities in Poland, Romania, Czech Republic and Germany came together in Písek, Czech Republic to discuss how to engage with colleagues from across departments in the municipal administration on ambitious climate action.
Representatives of public administration, business, analytical centres and NGOs exchanged knowledge on best practices for climate action in the transport and buildings sectors during the first regional workshops of the CEE Climate Policy Frontier projects.
Why is the study “Assessment of Investment Needs and Gaps in Relation to the 2030 Climate and Energy Targets of Germany” exciting and relevant for other EUKI projects and for decision makers in the private and public sector dealing with investment challenges? Find out more in our post.
The conference “Planning for 2050” took stock of the experience gained in Europe and presented lessons learnt as well as challenges encountered in different Member States – seeking to connect them to the EU’s own overall 2050 vision.
The EUKI project CIC finalised the draft of the Climate and Energy Investment Maps (CEIM) for Czechia in order to better understand the investment status quo.