The Climate Investment Capacity (CIC) project addresses the challenge of climate investment and builds new capacity in Czechia, Germany and Latvia. The project’s starting point is the relevant knowledge and expertise that already exists in this area, which it will then transfer and adapt to national circumstances with the help of implementing partners.
This project ncreases the awareness to make the EU budget climate-proof and impacts the outcome of the next Multiannual Financial Framework of the EU budget.
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.
Provisions of the European Clean Energy Package (CEP) must be implemented to promote public initiatives in the field of renewable energy.
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 explore the multiple environmental and climate impacts of energy poverty by focusing on the development and implementation of clean air and energy poverty policies in Eastern European countries (EEC). In the long term, the project will help shape local, national and EU policies and actions for tackling energy poverty and air pollution by raising public awareness and highlighting the link between inefficient heating practices among energy-poor households and rapid air pollution in their communities.
The project addresses the challenge of financing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction in Cyprus. It aims to develop tools which will create the necessary dynamics for building enterprise-level solutions to reduce GHG emissions.
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.
Bridging European and Local Climate Action (BEACON) is a project promoting climate action and facilitating an exchange between national governments as well as municipalities and schools in Europe. The aim of the project is to strengthen bi- and multilateral cooperation and create common ambition to realise the Paris Agreement.