Hungary

Figyelemfelkeltés és megoldások a klímaváltozásra a helyi háztartásokban
Country: 
Hungary
Target Group: 
Households / consumers
A klíma-klub célja az volt, hogy felhívja a gödöllői háztartások figyelmét az éghajlatváltozás kérdéseinek hatásaira a háztartásokban, rámutasson az éghajlatváltozás és a lakossági fogyasztás összefüggéseire és tudatosabb, felelősebb hozzáállásra késztesse őket.
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Produce information on participants' personal climate impacts and promote public awarness
Country: 
Hungary
Target Group: 
Households / consumers
Date: 
2005
Carbonarium is an NGO in Hungary that was founded in 2005 with the main aim of decreasing its members’ CO2 emissions and also increasing climate change awareness of the general population.
Educational and award programme for school groups to reduce CO2 eEmissions
Country: 
Hungary
Target Group: 
Schools
Date: 
2007 - 2008
The Climate Watch programme was designed, initiated and implemented by the National Society of Conservationists (NSC) in Hungary. The aim of the Climate Watch project was to increase the knowledge of primary and secondary school pupils on energy efficiency and energy saving. Thus, with the involvement of its local member associations as well as the media, NSC aimed at reaching and involving schools.
Implement energy renovations in apartment blocks
Country: 
Hungary
Target Group: 
Tenants
City/Region: 
Budapest and other Hungarian cities
Date: 
2005

Social Housing Energy Efficiency Renovation Programme (SHEER) is carried out by the D.V.D. company. The company has developed a Global Environmental Social Business (GESB) mechanism and completed energy efficiency renovations in around 45 pre-fabricated apartment blocks in Budapest and other Hungarian cities. The renovations include installation of new heating systems, windows frames, and insulation of walls, basement and roofs. Solar panels and passive housing standards are planned to be the next step in the development.

 

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