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The CEE Sustainable Finance Summit will be back between 16-20 May this year with a hybrid conference!
The Russo-Ukrainian war has created a political opportunity for Ukraine to gain admission to the European Union through an accelerated procedure, in contrast to the decades old practice of the past. Apart from the political, economic and security aspects of this situation, our present analysis reviews the climate policy aspects of a possible accession, examining whether the country is adequately prepared for it.
Although it has been around for decades, climate goals gave a new momentum for hydrogen technology that enjoys renewed and rapidly growing attention worldwide. Due to its versatility, hydrogen has been described by many as the Holy Grail of decarbonisation. Harnessing...
The effects of climate change on the German parliamentary elections – discussion with Wiebke Winter, member of the National board of the Christian Democratic Union of Germany
The 2021 German elections has shown that being conservative means conserving the values of our planet, so people still want to vote for conservative parties while taking a stand on climate protection, said Wiebke Winter, board member of the German Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and co-founder of Klima Union during the KLíMA – Green Policy Minutes podcast.
The Finnish Institute in Hungary, FinnAgora and Green Policy Center will organize the Finnovation Conference on Circular and Low-Carbon Economy on Friday, 3 December from 9-12 online. The purpose of the event is to provide a concise picture of the challenges and solutions related to climate change.
Evaluation of the COP26 Glasgow Climate Conference – meeting and not meeting expectations at the same time
The COP26 in Glasgow did almost everything it could, but in the same time it didn’t. This is a short summary of the outcome of the 26th annual Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the COP26 in short. We at the Green Policy Center have evaluated the results of the conference shortly below, while the most important topics are explained in more detail in the following article. At the end you can also find a gallery of our personal impressions of the COP26.
“What kind of world do we want to leave to those who come after us, to children who are now growing up? This question not only concerns the environment in isolation; the issue cannot be approached piecemeal. (…) Why are we here? What is the goal of our work and all our efforts? What need does the earth have of us? (…) Unless we struggle with these deeper issues” – says the Pope, “I do not believe that our concern for ecology will produce significant results.” Laudato Si’ Encyclical Letter
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