Third year | Decarbonisation of the Czech automotive industry

The climate team of EUROPEUM is currently delivering the 3rd year of its project focused on the decarbonisation of the automotive industry in the Czech Republic. We want to build upon our experience and move this work forward with a more targeted approach. We will focus on three main areas, which we have identified as crucial parts of the puzzle for transitioning to cleaner modes of transport.

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Trend.sk: The Union is not giving up on the idea of a green future. Although it will increase prices for housing and travel

Kateřina Davidová, who leads our climate research team, explains to TREND the possible risks of the new European standards. In the interview, she also adds the reasons why the EU insists on its green policy.

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Fórum sociální politiky: Climate policy after a year of energy crisis

Our Senior Research Fellow Kateřina Davidová focused on developments in energy and climate policy over the past year, defined by the war in Ukraine, the energy crisis and rising inflation.

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BLOG | Money or planet? Government Climate Policy | EU must emphasise social justice

When the European Parliament finally confirmed the ban on the sale of cars with internal combustion engines in the EU in 2035, it sparked a new round of a well-known debate in the Czech Republic. Is climate and environmental protection worth the threat to prosperity in countries with strong car industries like the Czech Republic? Klára Votavová discussed this topic.

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iDNES: The EU will turn off your appliances. Lies about the Green Deal have taken over the internet in the Czech Republic

Our junior researcher Tatiana Mindeková conducted an analysis of the narratives around the Green Deal in the Czech and Slovak information scene. What kind of misinformation about the EU climate policy is being voiced in mainstream and alternative media? Tatiana Mindeková commented on the results of her research for iDNES.cz.

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oEnergetice: Six months of the Czech Presidency have seen progress in the European energy sector

On the occasion of the conference "How did the Czech Republic turn green during the European Presidency?" our Senior Research Fellow Kateřina Davidová commented on the progress of the EU's climate policy and energy transformation, as well as emission-free transport.

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E15: Carbon tariff will help European producers, experts say. China and Russia criticize proposal

According to world agencies, the European Parliament and the EU-27 are close to reaching a preliminary agreement on the so-called carbon tariff. The instrument, known as CBAM, is intended to prevent companies that produce in the European Union and have to pay for emission allowances there from being disadvantaged against companies from non-EU countries where climate regulations are looser. According to experts, the mechanism will mainly affect Russian companies. Our researcher Kateřina Davidová also commented on this issue.

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EUKI Report | Industrial decarbonisation policies in the EU

This report, written by Tatiana Mindekova, is the first part of the future publication for our project “Decarbonization of the Industrial Sector: Sustainable finance as an opportunity?“, which is funded by the European Climate Initiative. It offers an overview of the key climate policies of the European Union, with special attention paid to the heavy industry sector.

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EUKI Report | Industrial decarbonisation policies in the EU

Tento report, Který napsala Tatiana Mindeková, je první částí budoucí publikace k našemu projektu "Dekarbonizace průmyslového sektoru: Udržitelné financování jako příležitost?", který je financován Evropskou iniciativou pro klima. Nabízí přehled klíčových politik Evropské unie v oblasti klimatu, přičemž zvláštní pozornost je věnována odvětví těžkého průmyslu.

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Job Offer: Research Fellow in Green Europe Programme

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy is looking for a Research Fellow in Green Europe Programme. For more information, including requirements, please see the attached PDF.

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