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EU 1.5 Degree Lifestyles

We are launching one of our new H2020 research project entiteled EU 1.5 Degree Lifestyles in May 2021. For more information please visit the project website.

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We are launching one of our new H2020 research project entiteled EnergyPROSPECTS in May 2021.

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EUCF - European City Facility

Designed by cities for cities to support local investments in sustainable energy



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Eco-Pharmacy (Ökopatika)

GreenDependent Institute is working as an expert partner in Hungaropharma Zrt.’s „Ökopatika” (Eco-Pharmacy) program which aims to promote the sustainable management of pharmacies. The pharmaceuticals wholesale company launched the program for its partner pharmacies at the beginning of 2020.

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TreeDependent – Responsible events, responsible travel, responsible lifestyles

What does it really mean to work towards a low-carbon, small footprint lifestyle? The carbon footprint is an index indicating the – direct and indirect – greenhouse gas emission of an event, product, company, etc. The bigger your carbon footprint is, the more damaging effect it has on the environment. Obviously, it is best to avoid the emission, i.e. to organise our company life and events with the least possible CO2 emission.  If we cannot avoid emissions, there are ways to offset and compensate for them. The most natural way is probably planting trees.

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Compete4SECAP (Horizon 2020)

The 3-years-long "Compete4SECAP – Energy management competition for local authorities for uptake and enhance of Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plans" project, finaced by Horizon2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, was implemented between October 1, 2017 and September 30, 2020.

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ENERGISE project

ENERGISE was an innovative pan-European research initiative to achieve a greater scientific understanding of the social and cultural influences on energy consumption. Funded under the EU Horizon 2020 programme for three years (2016-2019), ENERGISE developed, tested and assessed options for a bottom-up transformation of energy use in households and communities across Europe.

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E.ON EnergyNeighbourhoods

It has been generally agreed that our carbon emissions need to be reduced in order to protect the environment and to save money (the latter may be more tangible to many). Resulting from unpredictable energy prices, energy dependence and climate change, many households and communities would like to do something actively. However, they are often confused about what to do exactly. Alternatively, they think they are unable to change their consumption patterns (and thus, have any influence on their emissions) because of the lack of money (to invest, insulate, etc.). The EnergyNeighbourhoods programme and methodology aims to reveal that enormous results can be achieved both in terms of saving energy and money through changing our behaviour.

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CIMULACT (Horizon 2020)

GreenDependent's research project, CIMULACT started in the summer of 2015. CIMULACT had as a main objective to add to the relevance and accountability of European research and innovation – Horizon 2020 as well as national - by engaging citizens and stakeholders in co-creation of research agendas based on real and validated societal visions, needs and demands.

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Save@Work (Horizon 2020)

GreenDependent implemented a project between 2015-17 with the title „Save@Work" ("Spórolunk@kiloWattal" in Hungarian). The aim of the project was to influence and help the behavioural change of employees of public buildings and municipalities to become more climate conscious.

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