The ‘vertical integration’ workshop sought to connect actors from the local level with policy makers in the national ministries.
PNEC, Energy Cities, and adelphi have compiled a catalogue of creative ideas for local climate action campaigns, activities, and initiatives.
BEACON held an EUKI Academy Webseminar on virtual collaboration on July 1 2020. This Community post contains further information and the PowerPoint slides.
Webseminar invitation: In the online Seminar, DUH will present the current state of the debate in Germany, highlight priorities the German Council Presidency should address, and share experiences from their ongoing work on these issues on the German and European Level.
The conference “Fostering Local Energy Transition” presented a cooperative floor for energy experts of different fields to discuss the potential of ALLIES in their respective countries.
The BEACON project brought together more than 50 representatives from 24 municipalities and 6 countries in a two-day virtual workshop to discuss strategies to tackle climate change in their communities with the help of Nature-based Solutions.
The Community article links to the Polish translation of the BEACON publication “Climate Action Despite Tight Budgets – A Guidebook for Municipalities”.
Polish journalist 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).
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.