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Reinforcing the European Youth Employment Policy with the European Green Deal

YESclima – Young experts for climate-friendly schools in Mediterranean countries

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.

212 Energy Scouts trained after two years – a summary

Young Energy Europe

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.

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The European Green Deal in Times of the COVID-19 Crisis: Perspectives and Priorities from Different Member States

Members of the EUKI Community presented a webinar on the topic of “The European Green Deal in times of the COVID-19 crisis: Perspectives and priorities from different member states”.

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Webseminar: How to hack local community activation in cities in times of a lockdown?

Living Streets

We are glad to invite you to a webinar 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.

The Eco-E.A.R.T.H. Project of YESclima

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.

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Making the Street of Your Dream a Reality

Living Streets

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.

Digital Expert Workshop: Urban Nature-Based Solutions in Germany

Climate Mitigation through Nature-Based Solutions in Urban Poland: Harnessing knowledge and experiences for climate-resilient cities (Climate NBS Polska)

On 5 May 2020, the expert workshop “Urban nature-based solutions in Germany – experiences, successes and future challenges” will take place.

Virtual Conference: Financing Local Energy Transition

ALLIES – Activating and Learning from Local Investment in Energy Savings

The EUKI project ALLIES invites to the virtual conference “Financing Local Energy Transition” on May 26.

Interview: Alternative Formats for Local and Regional Cooperation

Bridging European and Local Climate Action (BEACON)

Most planned activities for the BEACON project in Greece had to be cancelled due to the spread of Covid19, says Evi Tzanakaki of CRES.

Interview: Keeping up the Climate Dialogue from the Home Office

South East Europe Energy Transition Dialogue

We spoke with Dr. Radostina Primova, Senior Analyst at the Center for the Study of Democracy, about the importance of strengthening local economies, how this should be connected to climate action in the European Union and about the ecological factors which have influenced the Corona crisis.