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The Summer School will consist of six topics:

  1. Understanding  of climate change issue
  2. Climate Change Policy and  Governance
  3. EU policies, aims and strategies
  4. SEE problems and aims
  5. Green energy & green economy
  6. Energy planning

The 10th Summer School will provide a direct training on the most current important issues related to the EE and RES.

As a matter of fact, the Summer School is completely dedicated to contribute to the sustainable development of the whole South East Europe through the improvements of the expertise of the young students and professionals of the area and the production of a shining example of climate change governance and energy planning.

Few selected trainers will be present during the whole summer school teaching participants how to do energy planning aiming sustainable development. Participants will work on practical assignments divided in teams, based on concrete input data. Apart of trainers, in field experts from EU and Region will give lectures on specific topics.

The participants will have to prepare a presentation on issues regarding climate change, renewable energy and energy efficiency in their countries based on guidelines which will be delivered afterwards to selected participants. One presentation per country will be prepared which will lead to early introduction between participants.

The Summer School will be held within traditional manifestation DAys of Carbon Reduction (DACAR) for SEE. Apart of the Summer School, numerous other events will be held within DACAR.

A high level seminars (HLS), within URBAN EMPATHY Project, will be held. The aim is giving decision-makers tools to take advantage of the Transnational Cooperation opportunities, introducing them to innovative approaches & outputs and promoting a better understanding between different policy levels on a shared approach to sustainable urban models in the Mediterranean.

The Thematic Pole  „Low Carbon communities of the South- East Europe Programme’s capitalization process“ will join DACAR for two days. During that the transnational projects gathering from all over Europe will examine new possibilities to continue their contribution to EU2020 targets. The project representatives will be supported by international experts in brainstorming together on new strategies and cooperation within the Multiannual Financial Framework of the European Union. The Thematic Pole gathers projects aiming at improving the performance of local authorities in terms of energy and resource efficiency with the strategic objective to make the cities and regions of Europe real low carbon communities.

A two-day workshop for young politicians which are politically active in creation of adequate policies in the field of climate change (green house gas emission flows) related to economic development and mitigation of environmental impacts.