The main aim of the conference was to get to know each other better within the Polish EUKI
Community and to discuss the challenges resulting from the European Green Deal. The meeting helped to share mutual experiences in the implementation of the EUKI projects, and to define challenges that are to achieve as well as barriers to be overcome while implementing the EUKI projects. The networking will contribute to a continuous flow of information between the EUKI project partners and promote a joint approach to climate policy issues. The sharing of experiences and expertise should also help to increase the effectiveness of the respective EUKI projects.
The participants of the online-based conference were: Polish project representatives, speakers, and representatives of the EUKI Secretariat, German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and the Polish Ministry of Climate and Environment.
The conference was accompanied by the workshops, which covered the following topics:
- Future challenges in Poland regarding climate action – key points for decision makers and
approaches to implementing the European Green Deal in Poland
- How does the EUKI project influence climate action in Poland? Practical examples.
- Potential new projects to be implemented by the EUKI. Ideas and experiences regarding funding opportunities outside the EUKI. Exchange of experiences and views between the Polish organisations.
- How to improve exchanging of results and information between the EUKI Community?
More information on the EUKI (European Climate Initiative): https://www.euki.de/en/
More information on The European Green Deal: