Агенция за регионално икономическо развитие - Стара Загора

Newsletter 2 May 2019 DeCarb

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Decarb Newsletter 2 content:

Project meeting in Badajoz
Stakeholders meetings
Good Practices
DeCarb in Romania
Conference on Clean Energy Package and Energy Investments
Green investments in Lodzkie Region
Upcoming events
Decarb Newsletter 2 content:Project meeting in BadajozStakeholders meetingsGood PracticesDeCarb in RomaniaConference on Clean Energy Package and Energy InvestmentsGreen investments in Lodzkie RegionUpcoming eventsResearch progress

About the DeCarb Project

The EU 2030 climate and energy framework sets three key targets for the year 2030: at least 40% cuts in greenhouse gas emissions (from 1990 levels); at least 27% share for renewable energy and at least 27% improvement in energy efficiency. The EU coal sector provides jobs to about 240.000 people. DeCarb sets out to address the challenge of pairing the clean energy transition to growth and job creation in coal-intensive EU regions.

 

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Green Infrastructure Network

Brochure Green Infrastructure Network

Green Infrastructure is addressing the spatial structure of natural and semi-natural areas but also other environmental features which enable citizens to benefit from its multiple services. The underlying principle of Green Infrastructure is that the same area of land can frequently offer multiple benefits if its ecosystems are in a healthy state. Green Infrastructure investments are generally characterized by a high level of return over time, provide job opportunities, and can be a cost-effective alternative or be complementary to 'grey' infrastructure and intensive land use change. It serves the interests of both people and nature.

The Commission has produced a brochure explaining the main issues of Green Infrastructure.  More detailed background on Green Infrastructure, including relevant studies with best practice examples, can be found here.

For illustrations of the Green Infrastructure concept click here.

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