Nikos Mantzaris shared his views on the evolution of Greece’s Just Transition Development Program, in an article by Machie Tratsa published in the Financial Post (Oikonomikos Taxydromos).
Ioanna Theodosiou presents recommendations to support the deployment of Energy Communities in order to overpass the existing problems, in her comments to Machie Tratsa, journalist of the Sunday edition of the newspaper To VIMA.
Article by Ioanna Theodosiou on the results of the Digital Consultation Workshops regarding the course of Just Transition organized by the Green Tank.
A joint article by Lefteris Ioannidis, former Mayor of Kozani, Lazaros Tsikritzis, Head of the Ecological Movement of Kozani, Michalis Petrakos, alternate member of the Panhellenic Council of the Greens and Nikos Mantzaris on the need to abandon fossil fuels and develop renewables in Western Macedonia in a just, structured and balanced fashion.
The proposal for the creation of a new brand name “Nature Greece” to promote Greece’s nature was presented in an article in the Sunday edition of the To VIMA newspaper.
On the occasion of the World Environment Day and the conclusion of Green Tank’s new report entitled “Financing opportunities for a sustainable future during the 2021-2027”, Ioli Christopoulou in an opinion piece stresses the need to make use of the unprecedented level of funding of the 2021-2027 period for the transition of Greece and its regions to a new sustainable development model.
Ioli Christopoulou comments on the significance of the decision taken by the Ministry of Environment and Energy rejecting the installation of wind turbines on 14 islets in the Aegean Sea in Natura 2000 areas.
Opinion piece by Ioli Christopoulou on the importance of the Nature 2000 Committee for the Greek environmental policy and its role in giving prominence to the natural wealth of the country.
Opinion piece by Ioanna Theodosiou about the new reality Renewable Energy Communities need to confront.
Ioli Christopoulou comments on the significance of the report by Cambridge University professor Sir Partha Dasgupta on the economics of biodiversity, and the need to redefine humanity’s relationship with nature, not on the basis of what humanity can draw from it, but on the basis of what nature can provide.