Our video gives a brief introduction to the European Climate Initiative (EUKI) and presents the objectives, instruments as well as selected project examples.
Chancellor Angela Merkel presented the European Climate Initiative (EUKI) in her video podcast.
The EUKI project “Young Energy Europe” trains young professionals from all economic sectors in the fields of energy efficiency, mobility and material and resource efficiency. The DIHK video explains the project’s working methods.
The EUKI project YESclima trains young energy experts and thus helps to reduce youth unemployment in Spain and Greece. Project leader Francisco José Sánchez of Cadiz University and project participants report on “El Mirador”.
Sicilian schoolchildren planted 2,497 trees as part of the “Boschi per la Biosfera – Forests for the Biosphere” project.
Upper Silesia is transfoming away from coal towards a low-emission economy. In the WWF video, actors report from the region.
“What can be learnt from German Energiewende?” was the guiding question for a study tour of Latvian officials to Berlin in October 2018. The video presents some take-aways. The trip was part of the EUKI project “Accelerating the energy transformation of Central and Eastern Europe and learning from the German experience” with the CEE Bankwatch Network.
The Franco-German Energy Transition Week adresses cities, municipalities and regions on both sides of the Rhine to cooperate in climate protection. The video introduces the project and gives local actors a voice.
“With new energy against youth unemployment” is the motto of the ZEWKlima project. Specific trainings can better prepare young people for the job market. The video gives insights into the project work.