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Powering Equality: Addressing Gender Inequality in the Renewable Energy Sector

In the EU, the production and use of energy accounts for more than 75% of the EU’s greenhouse gas emissions, making the transition to renewable energy (RE) “critical” to achieve the EU’s target of climate neutrality by 2050. Stated in the European Green Deal, the EU aims for a […]


EUKI Academy Networking Conference 2024

The EUKI Networking Conference 2024 took place in Berlin from 14th to 15th of May. It brought together key players in European climate action, with the aim of facilitating higher levels of progress and transformation. Doing so means mobilising a joint effort towards our common goal – a green future. Report: Joining Hands to Drive […]


EUKI Interview: Commencing Project on Energy Communities in Central Europe

If children would ask you what it is you do in your EUKI project COMMENCE, how would you explain energy communities to them? Imagine that the street you live on is an energy community, and every neighbour contributes to the production of electricity you use – be it your next-door neighbour or your friend’s family […]


Climate Governance in North Macedonia: Progress and Pitfalls

Amid growing global concern over climate change, North Macedonia has embarked on a journey to navigate the complex landscape of climate governance. However, this endeavour has been fraught with challenges, as highlighted by the second shadow report on the climate change sub-chapter published in 2022 by Platform 2027, a network of environmental civil society organisations […]


Serbia’s Climate Commitments: Bridging the Gap Between Promises and Progress

Temperatures in the Western Balkans region are projected to rise at twice the global average due to continued coal burning and a lack of adaptation measures. In recent years, Serbia has experienced frequent heatwaves and droughts, leading to wildfires and major floods. Cities such as Belgrade suffer from high levels of air pollution, which can […]


Managing the Financial Part of Grants isn’t a Leisurely Afternoon Stroll in the Park

Financial professionals are essential to the success of EUKI funded climate projects, as they orchestrate and oversee the financial and contractual dimensions behind the scenes. Yet, events tailored specifically for these project members are a rarity. This has now been changed with the first EUKI Academy event of this kind. Bringing together 29 participants from […]


Albania’s Climate Course: Progress, Obstacles and Future Strategies

The Urban Research Institute (URI) is an Albanian non-governmental organisation actively engaged in climate-related research and initiatives. URI employs its expertise in environmental services and strategic planning processes to address pressing climate challenges and promote sustainable urban development. With her two decades’ experience in project management and local government capacity-building, URI Executive Director Vokopola shares […]


A Strong Climate Commitment Against the Odds: Kosovo’s Path to Sustainable Governance

Kosovo’s declaration of independence from Serbia in 2008 is not universally recognised. This hinders the nation’s participation at international level in organisations and accords, not least the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Paris Agreement. It also restricts Kosovo’s ability to fully engage in multilateral fora such as the Conferences of […]


Navigating Climate Governance: Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Youngest EU Accession Candidate in the Western Balkans

Like the other Western Balkans countries, Bosnia and Herzegovina has signed the Green Agenda for the Western Balkans (GAWB) an initiative launched by the European Union in 2020 to support the region in its transition towards a greener and more sustainable future. The GAWB focuses on several key objectives, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions, promoting […]


How to Improve Climate Governance in the Western Balkans

With the GAWB, the region has agreed to become carbon neutral by 2050 and to align its policies with the key elements of the European Green Deal. Despite being a political priority, implementation of climate change policies in these countries is still proceeding too slowly. There is thus a need to strengthen national and transnational […]