In August 2020 the EUKI project TANDEM launched its call for ideas for the Franco-German Energy Transition Week 2021, inviting associations, non-governmental organisations, but also schools, local energy agencies and local authorities in Germany and France to submit their ideas and actions for cross-border climate protection until 18 October 2020.
EUKI’s media program International Journalist Programs (IJP) once again issues scholarships to climate journalists.
The new EUKI Project “Three4Climate” connects the Council of the EU presidencies of Germany, Portugal and Slovenia. Six project partner cities from the three countries have shared their expextations and planned climate action meassures with us.
We have spoken to experts from various projects and countries and asked how they are managing the current situation with Covid19.
We have talked to Climate activist Vjeran Pirsic from Eko Kvarner about the current crisis, its impacts on his work on the Croatian Island Krk and and the potential of the European Green Deal in the light of local and European recovery strategies.
In March, the ALLIES Consortium got to know that they had to cancel their planned conference on Krk, Croatia, due to the ongoing spread of the Coronavirus. Since then, they have taken a lot of measures to step online with as many meetings as possible.
Despite the crisis the climate topic is still on the political agenda, reports Aleksander Śniegocki. He highlights that through the use of webbased communication tools the climate dialogue becomes more inclusive and eco-friendly.
OER works closely with local municipalities. Within this community there is a lot to do at the moment. The organisation is therefore trying to tailor its support to their specific tasks and requests, reports Leea Mihaila of OER.
Ten Energy Scouts from nine Greek companies presented their projects to the jury at the Herakleidon Museum on January 22nd.
We have decided to postpone the conference and also the two preceding trainings for safety reasons.