The CLIKIS project disseminates approaches and measures for climate-friendly school meals in Poland.
1st Franco-German Energy Transition Week took place in January 2019. Participating municipalities drew attention to climate protection through joint projects and strengthened German-French friendship at the same time.
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.
With the Mayor of Athens in attendance, the first public event of the EUKI project for climate-friendly schools in Greece took place at the end of October this year. The project under the auspices of the Greek Ministry of Education aims to increase energy efficiency by at least five per cent in 80 pilot schools. School buildings are among the public buildings with the highest level of energy consumption in Greece.
The project goal is the institutionalisation of a permanent interdisciplinary teachers’ training programme on climate action and energy efficiency and the improved energy efficiency of school buildings and related reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, based on the changed behaviour of teachers and students during the lifetime of the project and beyond.
The aim of the EUKI project CLIKIS is to support climate protection by demonstrating that school kitchens can make rational use of energy and other resources while preparing tasty, climate-friendly meals, as well as teaching chefs and kitchen workers how to do so. The project flyer sums up the key facts.
Representatives from local authorities joined 90 children to celebrate the launch of the new EUKI project Frutti per la Biosfera, which promotes environmental education, climate protection and food in Sicily.
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.