NNLE Climate Basics (CB) and BUND - Friends of the Earth Germany are launching a joint project “Youth for Developing Innovative Climate Solutions,” funded by the program “Expanding Cooperation with Civil Society in the Eastern Partnership Countries and Russia” (Eastern Partnership Programme) of the Federal Foreign Office of Germany.
The main objective of the study was to analyze political discourse of the Georgian political elite on climate change in the context of EU integration. The publication provides an analysis of the views of politicians at the 10th Convocation of the Georgian Parliament, both from the ruling party and the parliamentary opposition and discusses whether these views are consistent with or contradict the European Union's stated positions on climate policy. The study was conducted as part of the Heinrich Boell Foundation (HBS) Green Academy Small Grants Program.
The main aim of the research was to determine and explore the potential impacts of Georgia’s climate change mitigation policy in the labour market context, considering the global climate change mitigation trends, including climate neutrality and reduction of coal mining, demand and usage. The research was funded by Friedrich Ebert Foundation (Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung/FES) in the frame of the Small Grants Program.