The project raises awareness of air and environmental pollution in Poland. The specific goal is to ban coal from private heating systems.
The transition to a low-carbon economy requires an unprecedented redirection of financial flows towards sustainable investments. This project promotes a strategic vision for such investment and for rising to the challenge of financing climate action.
The EUKI project promotes climate protection measures in the buildings and transport sectors. Problems are analysed and possibilities for improvement are found.
The aim of the project is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on the island of Krk. By installing solar power more widely, Krk is to become the first energy-autonomous island in the Mediterranean region.
The objective of the YESclima project is to train young energy experts to carry out energy audits in primary schools and to provide advice to the municipalities involved in the project. With their practice and additional training, the project goal is to increase their chances of working while at the same time contributing to reducing emissions from heating and cooling in public buildings.
The project’s goal is to create multiple opportunities to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Polish cities. The aim is to increase the understanding, acceptance and uptake of multifunctional nature-based solutions (NBS) as a climate mitigation measure among a range of stakeholder groups and across numerous cities in Poland.
The EU Clean Energy Package brings changes to the way countries must draft and report integrated National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs) and long-term renovation strategies to decarbonise the building stock by 2050. The project will develop capacity and transfer knowledge enabling municipalities and civil society to integrate building renovation strategies in local and National Energy and Climate Plans.
The project supports a shift towards more climate-friendly energy by facilitating dialogue and putting forward alternatives and solutions for Estonia’s transition to renewable energy by 2030, with a view to making it a net-zero-emissions country by 2050.
The project aims to help promote and increase the use of renewable energy in buildings in Lithuania. This includes a detailed analysis of solar energy potential and measures to engage all key stakeholders concerned with renewable energy in the country.
The project addresses the important role of food in climate change. It promotes vegetarian, seasonal, regional and organic foods through environmental education in schools, and also supports farmers in selling their products locally.