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, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) is calling for project ideas that help implement ambitious climate action policies in Europe. Non-profit organisations from civil society, science, business, education and municipalities can submit proposals to the sixth European Climate Initiative (EUKI) call for project ideas until 12 January 2022.
The new EUKI projects from our 5th selection procedure start in autumn 2021. They contribute to the implementation of the EU Green Deal.
For our EUKI brochure we spoke with Anthi Charalambous from Cyprus Federation of Employers & Industrialists (OEB) about the EUKI project Hotels4Climate. The project promotes GHG reduction among hoteliers in Cyprus, Greece and Germany by providing them with the necessary knowledge, support and capacity building.
From 13 to 18 September 2021, the Danube Delta National Institute for Research and Development (DDNI) organized the 28th edition of the international scientific symposium “Deltas & Wetlands”. 500 representatives participated in the hybrid event to discuss the latest research results on climate change mitigation in the Danube Delta.
For our EUKI brochure, we spoke with Dr. Joanna Maćkowiak-Pandera from Forum Energii about the EUKI project Int-E-Grid: Powering Electromobility in Poland and Germany. The aim of the project is to promote and expand electromobility in the two countries by developing recommendations for authorities as well as the business sector.
For our EUKI brochure, we spoke with Kinga Kovacs from Energy Cities about the EUKI project Living Streets. The project aims to involve citizens from Greece, Portugal and Croatia in solving energy and climate issues in their communities.
For our EUKI brochure, we spoke with Benno Keppner from adelphi research gGmbH about the EUKI project Smart Climate Cities. The project aims to foster the development of sustainable and climate-friendly smart city concepts by creating a dialogue platform for Baltic and German cities.
EUKI project Three4Climate surveyed roughly 800 citizens in Slovenia, Portugal and Germany on their attitudes to climate action. The answers provide a fascinating perspective on the mood regarding climate action locally – and beyond.
For our EUKI brochure, we spoke with Dragomir Tzanev from the Center for Energy Efficiency EnEffect about the EUKI project “Municipal Energy Management for Sustainable Climate Finance”. The project develops a model for systematic municipal energy management. The model enables Bulgarian authorities to collect reliable energy-related data and use it for the development of efficient energy and climate action plans.