The German-Central Eastern European Bursary gives journalists from Germany and nine Central Eastern European countries the opportunity to spend two months working at a media outlet in another country and reporting about climate and energy issues. With this project the IJP want to establish a unique and sustainable network of journalists who are “experts” in bilateral as well as climate and energy issues.
Through national and European workshops and subsequent communication work, an increased public and political awareness around the need for an ambitious legislative framework on climate and agriculture (national plans, governance and CAP) is going to be created.
The goal of this project is to develop tailor-made transition strategies for the economic transformation of specific regions in Bulgaria (Southwest Bulgaria), Greece (Western Macedonia), and Poland (Silesia) away from coal and towards sustainable economic activities.
This project will step up the role of civil society in increasing the climate ambition in CEE countries where climate policy has been traditionally difficult to implement.
This project, conducted jointly by Agora Energiewende and Client Earth combines legal, economic and energy transition expertise to develop an online repository and communication material on initially 20 case studies on EU state aid decisions relevant for climate protection and the EU’s energy transition.
The Climate-Energy bursary will grant participants a deeper and more detailed insight into the respective topics and get the opportunity to work and specialize internationally alike.