Annual General Assembly Roundup!

By SDG Watch Europe SDG Watch Europe held its Annual General Assembly on Thursday 9th, June in Brussels. With a full room of members, the in-person meeting offered participants a look back at the various activities of SDG Watch Europe and its Work Strands in 2021, and members gathered into smaller groups for an in-depth […]

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Italy witnessing change

By ASviS   On 9 March, in a historical move,  the Italian Constitution was modified, adding to its fundamental Principles the protection of the environment, of animals and of future generations. The Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development (ASviS) advocated long for this reform and welcomed this development. The contents of the reform were analysed in an […]

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Could REPowerEU make our sector green and affordable energy suppliers to help shield those most at risk from price hikes?

By Housing Europe   While the majority of the REPowerEU Plan’s objectives can only be implemented in the medium to longer-term, Housing Europe believes that now is the time for affordable and social housing providers to be enabled to supply vulnerable tenants with the energy produced in their buildings. Housing providers have the experience of supporting people […]

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