This article was contributed by Dimitar Hristov of FCC partner KISMC This article was created during the development of one of the annexes of the Investment & Sustainability Handbook (CU Handbook), which is the first instrument of the ‘Collective Innovation to Fight Climate Change’ Project. The key idea for the Read more…
Article by Joe McCarthy, originally published in Global Citizen The Russian invasion of Ukraine has caused catastrophic loss of life, widespread displacement, and a growing global food crisis. The conflict has also extensively harmed Ukraine’s natural environment, highlighting the many ways in which war devastates biodiversity and contributes to the climate crisis. Advocates and Read more…
The fourth meeting of the EU Erasmus+ project Collective Innovation to Fight Climate Change was held on September 16th at IDEC’s headquarters in Piraeus. The meeting was attended by representatives from all organisations participating in the project: EPN Consulting Limited (UK), KISMC (Bulgaria), CEED Bulgaria, IDEC (Greece), CreaD (Belgium), WIF Read more…
We have been reading about climate change for years, but not many people believed it concerned themselves. We were used to see hurricanes, flooding, droughts and wildfires in other parts of the world.
This article explores good practices on how municipalities and businesses throughout Bulgaria are contributing to tackling climate change and improving citizens’ lives.
Bulgaria has an emerging market economy in the upper middle-income range, and is exposed to nearly all types of climate extremes, including floods, droughts, and others, as well as earthquakes.
FCC project partner WIF designed the Creating Impact through Social Entrepreneurship project, an initiative approved in 2019 that aims to address challenges faced across India.
This article will focus – based on experience – on what training modules and what content may be useful for the “typical” professional mentors of entrepreneurs with “green mission”.
There’s nothing more annoying than having to sift through a mountain of spam emails, but did you know that emails also come with a surprising environmental impact?
The status of “Green Transition – Environmental Upgrading of Enterprises” of the new Greek Development Law (known as Hellas 2.0) will include investment projects aimed at protecting the environment, as well as other existing business activities subject to the implementation of expenditures for energy efficiency and environmental protection measures.