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What are the recent news?
The LIFE-MICACC project cordially invites all interested parties to the international online conference entitled "Local climate change adaptation and water retention opportunities through the LIFE-MICACC project’s experiences" on the 28th October 2021 from 10:00 a.m.2021-10-05 More »
Household heating indicating medium or high level air pollution in more than half of the settlements in the country; energy poverty concerns 80 percent of local governments, besides, the insulation and the heating system of local governmental public buildings are in poor condition – WWF Hungary’s latest report says.
2017-11-28 More »
An informal meeting takes place in Tallinn, Estonia, where ministers for Energy and Transport in the EU are gathering to discuss several issues. CEESEN is calling on them to strengthen the phase-out of fossils and support the low-carbon economy.
2017-09-20 More »
As climate change, biodiversity loss and environmental degradation continue to impact the wellbeing of millions worldwide, the Global Pact for the Environment, presented by French President Emmanuel Macron at the UN General Assembly today, should enjoy the support of all world leaders, urges WWF.
2017-09-19 More »
US President Donald Trump today said that he would begin the process of withdrawing the United States from the historic Paris Agreement, the world’s first global plan to address climate change. This announcement is a call to action to national and local governments, businesses and people worldwide to step up their commitments to address climate change.
2017-06-01 More »
Climate action shines bright as record number of countries and territories join Earth Hour’s tenth anniversary
An unprecedented 187 countries and territories came together for WWF’s Earth Hour on Saturday 25 March to take a stand for climate action.
2017-04-07 More »