The Climate Change Mitigation Kit by EUKI project BEACON helps municipalities get inspiration for planning and monitoring climate change mitigation actions. The publication is available in English, Czech, Bulgarian, Greek, Polish, Portuguese and Romanian.
Representatives of the Polish and German Government as well as the European Commission came together in an online conference for the first steering group meeeting of EUKI Project RENALDO. The project promotes the expansion of initial energy cooperatives in rural areas in Poland.
The team behind EUKI project BEACON has launched the comic “Climate Change Challenge”. After two years of work, the comic has been published in German and English and is now available on the EUKI website. In the book, siblings Sofia and Gabriel travel through Europe and learn how European communities are tackling climate change. Get a copy and share Climate Change Challenge with (potential) climate protectors in your community.
EUKI project Cycleurban+ tries to establish bicycles as the most important means of transportation in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and other EU member states. In the past months, the project has started to pilot cargobike rentals in three Europen cities.
We spoke to Lubica Simkovicova, project coordinator of the first EUKI architecture project. “ClimArchiNet” aims to change the approach to building design in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
How does EUKI’s selection procedure work? This article answers the most frequently asked questions and provides links to the most relevant documents for preparing a project outline.
The Federal Ministry for the Environment opened EUKI’s fifth call for project ideas.
EUKI project YESclima is included as Best Practice in the Memorandum on the European Green Deal and the European Youth Guarantee.
We have spoken to Mireia Figueras Alsius from the EUKI project “Low-carbon Healthcare in the Mediterranean Region” about the negative health impacts of the healthcare sector.
EUKI project Young Energy Europe helps 10.000 young employees in Greece, Hungary, Germany, Bulgaria and the Czech Republik with developing their energy saving ideas. Federal Environment Minister Svenja Schulze has honoured the best Energy Scouts of 2020.