The latest EIB Climate Survey focused on how people intend to fight climate change in 2021, what they are willing to give up and how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting their travel habits.
After a year of continuous lockdowns, many believe that we should change our past working patterns. Teleworking has overarching implications on many fields of our lives, from digitalisation to sustainability.
Not only one book, but a hundred efficient solutions to stop the climate catastrophe. The New York Times bestseller edited by Paul Hawken, Drawdown, offers many ways to save our planet. And avoiding food waste is only one of them.
According to Eurostat, 6.9% of the EU population, more than 30 million people cannot afford to heat their homes. Energy poverty is still a widespread problem and national schemes should address the essence of the problem by reducing energy costs, improving thermal comfort and better indoor air quality.
Geopolitics has always been intertwined with energy. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Daniel Yergin explained it clearly in his latest book "The New Map: Energy, Climate and the Clash of Nations".
The charm of an overnight train journey is unparalleled. The reinvented night-train service could be an alternative for budget airlines allowing travellers to opt for more environmentally-friendly mobility.
The most wonderful time of the year is the perfect time for saving energy. In this festive period, many people light their homes and gardens 24/7: a huge waste of energy, without mentioning the electricity bills coming in January.
Gender inequalities are reflected in differential vulnerability and exposure to the hazards posed by climate change and addressing them is key to increase the adaptive capacities of societies.
The pandemic should be a warning sign that we need to rethink and transform the global food supply chains to become more resilient, but also more sustainable.
Petrol received the Best Energy Efficiency Project Award for a project that created the first energy self-sufficient community in Slovenia: the idyllic village of Luče.
LOTOS Asfalt in cooperation with the Gdańsk University of Technology undertook to develop innovative eco-asphalt for Polish roads that will significantly contribute to the reduction of air pollution in the area of the road lane.
It might sound futuristic, but the Svart Hotel will be not just an attractive destination because of its magnificent environment, but it will exceed the highest standards of sustainability. The concept of sustainable hospitality is spreading to the CEE region as well.