The project "EnVision - Shaping a vision for the energy transition" identifies areas of tension and conflicting values in the energy transition and develops proposals for political decision-makers to develop a common vision.
The Municipal Integration and Development Initiative (MIDI) starts at the local level and develops governance concepts in which municipalities play a central role. Joint, participatory shaping of municipal development is essential in order to find satisfactory and equitable solutions at local level to the complex challenges posed by globalisation.
From The Sea To The City (FSTC) is a European civil society network consisting of several NGOs and political grassroots initiatives. Together, we advocate a progressive, solidarity-based and pragmatic EU migration policy to the European public with the help of innovative solutions.
Ambitious climate targets alone are not enough - policy measures must also be implemented in order to achieve these targets. There are already a large number of instruments and assessments for evaluating targets, but only a few for evaluating implementation.
Effective climate policy needs dialogue. In a series of online events, topics relating to international financing for the energy transition in the Asian region were discussed in a national and supranational context.
The Climate Transparency Partnership brings together climate assessments and expertise from organisations in the G20 countries. The Partnership uses independent, comparable and comprehensive data to analyse the G20's progress in the transformation to a green economy.
The Climate Transparency Partnership brings together climate assessments and expertise from organisations in the G20 countries. Since 2014, the partnership has been analysing the G20's progress in the transformation to a green economy using independent, comparable and comprehensive data.
Municipalities that agree to take in people seeking protection should be incentivised financially. To this end, we propose the establishment of an EU fund to which municipalities can apply directly for financial resources. In addition to the costs of reception and integration, local authorities can receive the same amount of funding for their own municipal development.