The Professor Sebastião Teixeira School (Salir/Loulé, Portugal) hosted teachers from Celeirós School (Braga, Portugal) and from Friedrich von Bodelschwingh Gymnasium Bethel (Bielefeld, Germany) for a two day visit with a focus on the exchange of good practices and experiences to foster the integration of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and climate action into daily school activities and lessons.
From 18 – 22 October 2021 thirteen representatives from six Polish cities took part in a study trip to Germany to learn more about energy efficient refurbishments of residential buildings.
This article of EUKI project ‘CLI-MA – from Housing Manager to Climate Manager’ describes the achievements of the project in its first year – from the analysis of the status quo on the Polish and Latvian housing management market to the implementation of surveys and various online events.
The GreenTecLab project selected 11 green start-ups with innovative business ideas on climate action and sustainability to receive professional support and funding.
Key experts from the CACTUS project and sustainable energy scenario experts from the Nordic-Baltic region met for a technical exchange on integrating sufficiency into energy system models.
In October 2021 Members of Slovenia Forest Service and Department of Forestry of Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana organised meetings with forest owners and managers in Slovenia, who own or manage large forest estate.
From 27th of September until 1st of October, the GreenRuralDeal project went on a journey to explore the transition of the rural lignite-mining region of Lusatia in Germany.
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.
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