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How important is climate change when job-hunting?

Nearly two-thirds of all Europeans say it is important that prospective employers prioritise sustainability, according to a new survey from the EIB.

Montenegro celebrates ‘World Energy Efficiency Day’

There are many ways to promote energy efficiency, no matter where or who you are. In Montenegro, the Ministry of Capital Investments celebrated the World Day of Energy Efficiency in the 'Big Fashion' shopping centre in the country's capital, Podgorica.

How does a wind power plant work? Find out at Latvenergo’s Energy Museum

Latvenergo Group is inviting everybody to take a look at the Virtual Energy Museum, complete with an animation of a wind power plant, an educational game and interactive maps for a fascinating exploration of energy history.

Closing the circle: European food waste circularity as a solution to today’s crises?

Research highlights major gaps in the EU's legislative framework on circularity in food waste regulations, despite the the bloc's ambitious climate and circular economy commitments.

Tallinn: EU Green Capital of 2023

On 21 January 2023, Tallinn’s EU Green Capital year was officially launched during the Handover Ceremony that took place in the Estonian capital.

Do Europeans approve the EU’s energy crisis response?

We take a look at the views of EU citizens, particularly those from the CEE region, on the EU's latest measures in responding to the on-going energy crisis and their importance for the future policy landscape.

Christmas giveaway: how to manage waste sustainably during the festivities

Waste management - including plastic packaging, food waste and electrical waste - is a key sustainability issue at Christmas.

An energy-efficient Christmas and a sustainable New Year: how to prepare for the festive season amid an energy crisis

Our team has collated the best research on how best to prepare for Christmas that can save on costs (and energy) and contribute to a more sustainable future.

Real vs fake – how to choose your Christmas tree?

As Christmas is just around the corner, many of us are facing the same question regarding the most essential symbols of the holidays: real or fake - which Christmas tree is better for the environment?

The cost of inaction: EU lost 145 billion euros due to climate change-related events

The World Economic Forum has recently reported, based on Eurostat data, that the European Union alone has lost around 145 billion euros in a decade due to climate change-related events.

Slovenian city of Velenje awarded European Green Leaf 2024 title

With the motto "from black to green & bright", the Slovenian city of Velenje wins the title of European Green Leaf 2024.

How to cut energy bills as the winter season approaches

Poland-based interdisciplinary think-tank Forum Energii published a guide for European households on cutting energy bills in time for the upcoming winter season.

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