The Three4Climate Campus series offers both schools and municipalities the possibility of horizontal exchange with one another in regular meetings.
EUKI project BEACON has created the Vision Workshop Toolbox for Inspired Collaboration on Climate Neutrality. The vision workshop concept is an interactive workshop format to make the topic of climate neutrality more tangible for citizens across Europe.
More than 50 participants attended CIC2030’s two-day workshop, discussing the “Climate Debate in Central Europe”. The key take-aways are presented in this Community article.
EUKI project Living Streets has selected partner cities in Greece and Croatia and will complete the selection in Portugal soon. In 2021, together with implementing organization Energy Cities, the partner cities temporarily block streets for motorized traffic and create urban hubs for people.
Launch of CACTUS technical activities: partners gathered with European sufficiency experts and energy and climate experts from Hungary and Lithuania.
For the first time, the Award Ceremony for all European Energy Scouts took place online from Athens. The German-Greek Chamber of Commerce and Industry invited the best European Energy Scout teams of the 2019 class. The Energy Scouts were honoured for their outstanding energy saving projects which are an ongoing contribution to making their companies more innovative, competitive, and climate friendly.
EUKI Projekt Our Buildings invites you to join the Webseminar “Municipal Renovation Strategy – A Key Tool for Local Authorities to modernize their Buildings Stock, towards Sustainability and Energy Transition” on October 28.
PNEC, Guidehouse and adelphi led a ‘vertical workshop’ that was organised as part of the BEACON project with a view to connect local and national decision-makers.
Thousands of students from 72 primary, secondary and high Schools in Athens as well as their teachers and families expressed their commitment to Climate Action. Looking back at more than two years of successful engagement at Greek Schools.
Representatives from schools and educational institutions as well as research and training institutions and local administrations in the Czech Republic, Romania, Bulgaria, and Germany came together to gain a deeper understanding of Education for Sustainable Development and the link to climate action in a virtual BEACON workshop.
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