Webseminar: “Efficient Allocation of EU Funds in CEE”
About this Recording
EU funding is a key instrument for achieving the EU’s climate goals. In recent years, spending on sustainable and green projects has increased massively.
For this webseminar, EUKI Academy invited experts of the EUKI project “Directing EU Funds towards Climate Neutrality” to present examples of effective and ineffective practices of EU-funded projects in Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovenia and Poland. Together with Zita Herman, Advisor on Budgets, The Greens/EFA, we debated the question how the ‘Do No Significant Harm’ (DNSH) principal might improve the monitoring processes of the sustainability of new projects funded in the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) and as such strengthen the effectivity of EU funded sustainability projects.
Find the presentation of the webseminar here and learn about the key points of the seminar in this report.
Katalin Tarr, Policy Officer, Clean Air Action Group (Hungary)
Yasen Georgiev, Executive Director, Economic Policy Institute (Bulgaria)
Jonas Sonnenschein, Project Leader, Umanotera (Slovenia)
Ewa Świerkula, Institute for Sustainable Development (Poland)
Zita Herman, Advisor on Budget, The Greens/EFA in the European Parliament
Luke Haywood, Head of Climate & Energy, European Environmental Bureau