The upcoming decade to 2030 will determine the success of humanity’s shift to a sustainable trajectory that will integrate environment protection in all facets of economic and social activity. While sustainable development is a recognized global objective, as expressed in the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, agreed by the United Nations in 2015, the challenge of its attainment remains.
The Green Tank aims at the acceleration of this shift through its research-based analysis, advocacy and engagement with key stakeholders at the local, regional, national and European level.
The Just Transition of coal and lignite mining regions to sustainable economic activities constitutes a field of particular interest and activity for us. The decades-long monoculture of coal and lignite in these regions has rendered local economies dependent on mining at multiple levels, while leaving deep wounds to the environment and human health. Focusing initially on Western Macedonia, we aim to ensure that no citizen in the 42 coal regions of Europe is left without support, as Europe proceeds with an irreversible shift to a zero carbon economy.
The Green Tank submits to the public debate its comments on Greece's National Recovery and Resilience Plan. In the
JOINT PRESS RELEASE 23.3.2021 70 civil society organisations co-signed an open letter to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Theodoros
The Green Tank submitted comments to the public consultation on the strategic axes of the Greek National Recovery
Opinion piece by Ioli Christopoulou emphasizing the value of open dialogue and participatory consultations before the planning of
Ioli Christopoulou participated in a "roundtable" discussion during an online event co-organized by the General Secretariat for Research
Analysis by Nikos Mantzaris on the state of play regarding the negotiation for the European Just Transition Fund The
What is the path to return after the coronavirus? The response in a concise text by Ioli
Open letter of 45 think-tanks and NGOs to the European Central Bank on united recovery measures for the COVID-19 and
Nikos Mantzaris stressed the need for Just Transition, as a core component of the European Green Deal, to
Talk by Ioli Christopoulou titled “Protected areas as models of sustainable development: prospects and opportunities" at the SYRIZA
Talk by Ioli Christopoulou titled “The critical decade – Financing for a sustainable future” during the National Conference
Nikos Mantzaris from the Green Tank participated in the TV show "Pre-election debate: Searching for answers for Greece’s
Opinion piece by Ioli Christopoulou in which it is explained why the result of the EU elections and