Through a series of activities, the project wants to set a new tone on the renewable energy sources (RES) topic among the general public and local decision-makers in the Czech Republic.
The project aims to change the political and public narrative in Central and Eastern European countries, providing positive perspectives on the opportunities of the energy transformation.
The project wants to enable dialogue on climate issues throughout all segments of society, forming the discursive basis for effective climate action, primarily in Central and Eastern Europe.
By fostering knowledge exchange through workshops and study visits and through creating relevant tools, the project empowers municipal actors.
The project wants to increase capacities of cities and networks in Greece, Croatia, and Portugal to engage citizens on energy and climate issues.
To foster cycling in urban transport, Cycleurban+ targets municipal staff and decision-makers as well as institutions at the national level.
The project targets four areas: three marginalized districts of Slovakia, in which pilot Sustainable Energy Centres (SEC) were set up, and Upper Nitra, a coal region in transition.
HCWH Europe’s latest Climate-smart Healthcare project will help develop the Mediterranean as a best-practice region for low-carbon healthcare .
Recognizing that the phase-out of coal is urgent to achieve the net zero target by 2050, the project aims for robust Just Transition pathways.