Our video gives a brief introduction to the European Climate Initiative (EUKI) and presents the objectives, instruments as well as selected project examples.
In March 2019 the 2nd EUKI Networking Conference took place in Berlin. Participants exchanged on protecting the climate in the EU.
The 2nd annual conference of the European Climate Initiative (EUKI) was hold in Berlin in partnership with the Romanian EU Council Presidency.
Chancellor Angela Merkel presented the European Climate Initiative (EUKI) in her video podcast.
The German Federal Environment Ministry is launching the third call for project ideas under the European Climate Initiative (EUKI), running from 1 March to 12 April 2019.
On 21 and 22 February 2018, the first network conference for EUKI, the European Climate Initiative, will be held in Berlin with the Bulgarian EU Council Presidency in attendance. Federal Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks and Bulgaria’s Deputy Environment Minister Atanaska Nikolova will welcome climate action pioneers from almost every EU member state.
The Federal Environment Ministry’s European Climate Initiative (EUKI) is calling for non-profit organisations to submit project ideas on inner-European cooperation in the field of climate action. The goal of such bi- and multilateral projects must be to strengthen exchanges on climate action best practices and foster climate policy dialogue with other EU member states. The deadline for the submission of project proposals is 16 March 2018. All projects must encompass cooperation between representatives or organisations from two or more EU countries.
In the run-up to the 23rd UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn, the Federal Environment Ministry launched its European Climate Initiative (EUKI), which sponsors projects in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe through a competition of ideas aimed at strengthening European climate action cooperation. In addition, EUKI finances other projects such as trips for journalists. The aim is to strengthen European integration in the field of climate action.
The new European Climate Initiative (EUKI) of the Federal Environment Ministry will support intra-European cooperation on climate action. Interested non-profit organisations are invited to submit project proposals by mid-May this year to the competition for project ideas, which is looking for representatives or organisations from two or more EU countries to work together.