Polish version: Katarzyna Goszcz from the EUKI Projekt ‘Central Eastern European Climate and Energy Policy Scholarship for Journalists’ interviews Iwona Korohoda from the Association of Municipalities Polish Network “Energie Cités” (PNEC).
Since countries across Europe initiated social distancing restrictions in March due to COVID-19, BEACON, like all EUKI projects, has been forced to rethink our ways of working in an effort to continue their climate action work. Read more about BEACON’s experiences with virtual collaboration.
Slightly more than one year ago, the Solar Energy for Multi – Family Houses in Lithuania (SOL) project concluded with a highly acclaimed conference in Lithuanian Parliament.
Polish journalist Katarzyna Goszcz from the EUKI Projekt ‘Central Eastern European Climate and Energy Policy Scholarship for Journalists’ interviews Researcher Matiás M. García from the Portuguese BEACON team.
Together with the “World Future Council”, the EUKI-project YESclima has published a proposal addressed to the European Commission. This blog entry provides further information about the content of the proposal and directs to the full versions in English, Spanish and Greek.
In late 2017, the project Young Energy Europe started in four European countries with the aim of qualifying energy scouts and thus helping companies to cope with climate change. 212 Energy Scouts from almost 90 companies in Bulgaria, Greece, the Czech Republic and Hungary have successfully completed the training.
Members of the EUKI Community presented a webseminar on the topic of “The European Green Deal in times of the COVID-19 crisis: Perspectives and priorities from different member states”.
We are glad to invite you to a webseminar on “How to hack local community activation in cities in times of a lockdown? – Lessons from Križevci (Croatia)” on Monday 18 May, 11:00-12:00 CET.
Students of the YESclima project have developed a proposal for a center, combining environmental education, innovative energy, gardening and plastic recycling, with the motive that all these functions together will have an ecological and environmental-friendly impact on the surrounding area.
The EUKI Living Street project will allow a group of cities from Croatia, Greece and Portugal to redefine the socio-economic and the aesthetic dimension of their streets within the urban development framework.
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