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European Climate Initiative (EUKI) Launches 3rd Call for Project Ideas

The German Federal Environment Ministry is launching the third call for project ideas under the European Climate Initiative (EUKI).

Franco-German Energy Transition Week for Cross-Border Climate Action

More than 70 cities, municipalities and regions participated in the 1st Franco-German Energy Transition Week in January 2019.

Nuclear power plant PAKS in Hungary

Climate Reports from Central and Eastern Europe

Great scenery, fascinating nature – environmental journalism can be inspirational. EUKI supports work in this field with a grant.

Briefing on Hungary’s Climate Policy

András Lukacs (CAAG) and István Bart (Energiaklub) presented the state of climate policy in Hungary to an interested audience in Berlin.

Händeschütteln

Cities of Agios Dimitrios and Bottrop Launch First Greek-German Municipal Climate Partnership

Representatives of the BEACON municipalities Bottrop and Agios Dimitrios held their first meeting to collaborate on local climate action.

Our Buildings – Accelerating Climate Action for Buildings in Romania and Bulgaria

New project to enable municipalities and civil society to integrate building renovation strategies in NECPs.

Pausenhof in Athen

Saving Energy in Greek Schools

First public event of EUKI project for climate-friendly schools in Greece took place in October 2018 with the mayor of Athens in attendance.

Kohlebergwerk

Just Transition: Germany Supporting Exchange of Experience Between European Coal Regions

The EUKI project Just Transition presented a study on the Polish coal region Silesia at the UN Climate Conference in Katowice.

Thermostat

Training Concept for Municipal Capacity Building

Representatives of the Municipal Energy Management (MEM) project consortium met in Maribor, Slovenia.

Kühre auf grüner Wiese vor Bergen

Making Climate Visions a Reality in the Alps

The conference ‘Make Climate Visions Become Reality’ in Innsbruck brought together local actors from seven Alpine countries.