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In Central Europe, activists fight for ‘just transition’ away from coal

By |julij 12th, 2018|coal phase-out, Czech Republic, News, Poland, Slovakia|

As Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic start phasing out coal, campaigners argue that all actors – including small entrepreneurs, communities and civil society – must be part of the process.

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German think-tank: EU’s 32% renewable energy target ’still unambitious’

By |junij 18th, 2018|2030 climate and energy targets, 2050 climate strategy, Climate Protection Plan 2050, Energy Roadmap 2050, EU energy package 2030, News|

The 32% renewable energy target agreed by EU negotiators last week is still “much lower” than what would be needed to reach the Paris goals on climate change, argue experts at the Heinrich Böll Foundation in Germany.

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Warsaw and Budapest vs Brussels: Who will prevail?

By |januar 12th, 2018|Andrzej Duda, Article 7, Hungary, Mateusz Morawiecki, News, Poland, rule of law, Viktor Orbán|

The Polish government is still relying on Hungary’s Viktor Orbán to cover their backs. But this particular alliance may not last forever. EURACTIV Czech Republic takes a look at the story ahead of what could be a defining year for how the EU treats its problem kids. Head of the Polish government Mateusz Morawiecki met […]

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Czech PM wants to convince Juncker to abandon refugee quotas

By |december 15th, 2017|Andrej Babis, Czech Republic, Jean-Claude Juncker, Migration, News|

The Czech Republic insists that it will not accept any refugees under the EU relocation system, despite a legal case brought by the European Commission.

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Finance expert: Small-scale energy efficiency loans deserve more EU attention

By |november 30th, 2017|building renovation, Buildings Directive, Energy efficiency, energy efficiency in buildings, energy performance of buildings directive, News|

There are many creative ways to finance small-scale energy efficiency projects such as building renovations, but they need to be discussed more at the European Commission level, and defined more precisely, Jessica Stromback told EURACTIV Czech Republic.

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Tomáš Zdechovský: The EU begins in the stomach of a Czech citizen

By |oktober 30th, 2017|Czech Republic, dual food quality, European Parliament, Eurozone, News, single currency, Tomáš Zdechovský|

The Czechs do not know anything about the EU’s global strategies or the interconnection of energy networks. But they know very well that they can buy cheaper and better food in Germany, says MEP Tomáš Zdechovský (EPP).

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Trans Europe Express: Three fun facts about Czexit

By |oktober 27th, 2017|czech elections, News, TEE, Trans-Europe Express|

The Czech Republic’s ‘pragmatic’ approach to the EU will not change significantly with the new government. But more unpredictability can be expected in the long term, with “Czexit” as the worst-case scenario being more likely than before.

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Zahradil: Visegrád must be firm vis-à-vis Macron

By |september 7th, 2017|Emmanuel Macron, Euroscepticism, France, Germany, Jan Zahradil, Jarosław Kaczyński, News, populism, Robert Fico, Russia, the Czech Republic, Viktor Orbán, Visegrád Group|

French President Emmanuel Macron is applying a divide and rule strategy against the Visegrád Group, Czech lawmaker Jan Zahradil told EURACTIV.cz.

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Pre-election Prague says solar power too expensive

By |september 1st, 2017|Czech Republic, Ivan Pilný, Jan Fousek, Lubomír Zaorálek, News, renewables, solar energy|

Producers of solar electricity should pay higher taxes, according to the Czech government. The sector says it is being politicised before the elections. EURACTIV.cz reports.

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Czech government insists migration controls should precede relocation demands

By |julij 24th, 2017|Aleš Chmelař, Czech Republic, Migration, migration crisis, Milan Chovanec, News, refugee crisis, relocation|

It makes no sense to share a burden over which we have no control, the Czech government said in response to the criticism of its failure to comply with EU migrant relocation quotas. EURACTIV Czech Republic reports.

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