“International initiatives and “good practices” could also be applied in Hungary, helplessness is just an illusion.” – claims the Green Policy Center’s recently published study, which explores the attitude of the Hungarian banking sector towards climate-neutral banking, and presents in detail the most significant obstacles currently being experienced in the country.
While a growing number of countries announce their 2050 climate neutrality pledges and Contracting Parties of the Western Balkans have already committed to this target by the adoption of the Sofia Declaration, concrete long-term plans of action are still to be made. A new study of the Green Policy Center provides recommendations on how to set up long-term strategies to reach a climate-neutral future in the Energy Community.
Introductory event of the Green Policy Center – “Protecting what’s Beautiful and Useful – a conservative way to preserve nature”
We must face environmental challenges realistically via the reform of capitalism. Denial and alarmism are the wrong ways for extremist political communities. These were some of the key noteworthy thoughts mentioned during the first public event of the Green Policy Center, which took place online on September 28, 2020, with the author of an analysis, Dr. Gábor Bartus and his interlocutors.
During the last online meeting of the working group supporting the professional work of the Circular Economy Platform, the Green Policy Center has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Platform. The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Hungary, the...
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