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.
INVESTIGATE will set up a consortium of relevant partners (European partners from research and implementing institutions) and conduct the network and capacity building for knowledge transfer on improving national GHG inventories for organic soils in different European countries.
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 project’s core building blocks are the Policy-Maker Platform, a forum for governmental representatives tasked with developing long-term climate strategies to exchange experiences with developing such policy frameworks, highlight best practices and locate synergies, and the Technical Dialogue that brings together modellers and researchers to generate and exchange knowledge on decarbonisation scenarios development, analytical approaches and results presentation.