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Coca-Cola HBC is Europe’s most sustainable beverage company

Coca-Cola HB has been again rated as Europe’s most sustainable beverage company. With its 2025 sustainability commitments, the company aims to address key global challenges such as single-use plastic and packaging waste, inequality, climate change and so on.

What you need to know about the environmental impacts of the 5G revolution

Globally we generate around one trillion GB. The superfast 5G technology will enable faster data download and it has a big potential to curb GHG emissions. But it will also lead to skyrocketing energy use.

Reduce carbon footprint from the fashion industry is a must

The global fashion industry produces the equivalent to the combined annual GHG emissions of France, Germany and the United Kingdom. Reduce its carbon footprint is a must.

Let’s ASPIRE! The 2030 Vision for energy consumers

EU consumers can now take better decisions regarding their energy use, incentivising energy efficiency measures in the areas of heating, cooling and domestic hot water. New EU provisions also address the issue of the poorest and most vulnerable consumers.

How to make climate protection socially acceptable

Climate and energy policies often fall short of delivering positive social outcomes, such as individual wellbeing, a fair distribution of wealth and community cohesion. But climate policies can bring positive social benefits.

Driving an electric car from Croatia to the Black Sea, using only one application? Yes, you can!

In a perfect world of electric mobility, every Electric Vehicles’ driver should be able to recharge everywhere and at any time. For those drivers that live and commute across CEE, the ideal e-mobility world is becoming a reality.

Taking account of social and environmental impacts ahead of the World Tourism Day

Tourism has been among the hardest hit of all sectors by the COVID-19. On this World Tourism Day, the pandemic represents an opportunity to rethink the future of the tourism sector, including how it contributes to the sustainable development goals.

Smartphones and computers could pollute almost like the whole transportation sector

GHG emissions from computers and phones could account for more than half of the current relative contribution of the whole transportation sector.

Bulk-buying: eat healthy, waste less and save money

Buying in bulk has all the advantages we could think of. We get to eat healthier food and at the same time, we also save money. We generate less waste, living a more sustainable life. Bulk-buying is an essential component of a zero waste lifestyle.

Hungary prepares to introduce stricter waste regulations

Back in July, the Hungarian government took decisive action to eliminate illegal waste disposal sites. A new legislation would introduce stricter sanctions and penalise harshly those who are leaving their waste where they shouldn’t.

Saving our forests in 3 steps

Forests Are The Lungs Of The Earth. We often hear this expression, still we tend to take these peculiar organisms for granted. But how long we can keep turning a blind eye on the alarming rate of their degradation?

Wear sustainable: a few tips to rethink our wardrobe

As most of the things today, also fashion can be sustainable. The fashion industry produces 10% of all humanity’s carbon emissions. What can we do about it?

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Western Balkans: the coal keg of Europe as a trigger of change?

László Örlős, Managing Director of Hungary’s Western Balkans Green Centre writes about the Western Balkans in which, despite the strong commitment to increase their renewable energy quota, fossil-fired plants continue to play a key role.

New blocks of the Hungarian Paks NPP receive construction permit from regulator

The Hungarian Energy and Public Utilities Regulatory Authority issued the construction permit for the Paks II nuclear power plant which will play a key role in the country’s carbon-free energy production.

BIF IV Europe and Mansa Investments to launch a tender offer for 100% of Polenergia’s shares

BIF IV Europe Holdings in cooperation with Mansa Investments, intend to launch a tender offer for 100% of the shares in Polenergia, advised by Dentons, in a move to delist the company from the Warsaw Stock Exchange.