How to do more with less – Georgia taking steps towards a Green Economy

How to do more with less – Georgia taking steps towards a Green Economy

11 October 2017
How does a small business owner make a long-term business development plan work when the immediate concern is survival? This is the kind of question that small business owners in Georgia often ask themselves. So, what is the least a businessman can do in such a situation? Efficient use of energy…
How is the lady with the umbrella doing or how did the living sculptures/statues from the Botanical Garden “fall asleep”

How is the lady with the umbrella doing or how did the living sculptures/statues from the Botanical Garden “fall asleep”

02 October 2017
Do you still remember her? The lady with the umbrella. Right next to the piano player. Both of them were standing close to the scurry of mischievous squirrels. 
Earthquake, chemical leak, floods… EU MOLDEX 2017 exercise brings together rescue teams from nine countries

Earthquake, chemical leak, floods… EU MOLDEX 2017 exercise brings together rescue teams from nine countries

02 October 2017
A 7.5 magnitude earthquake on then Richter scale occurs in the Vrancea Mountains, 255 km away from Moldova’s capital city, Chisinau. It causes the collapse of buildings in Cojusna and Ialoveni and the breach of a dam resulting in the flooding of Ghidighici Lake, while a leak at the “Aroma” Factory…
EuroSchool 2017: inspiration and incentives for the youth of Azerbaijan

EuroSchool 2017: inspiration and incentives for the youth of Azerbaijan

22 September 2017
The second edition of the summer EuroSchool in Azerbaijan offered an opportunity for its participants to better understand the European Union, visualise the prospects of Azerbaijani-European partnership, learn more about educational and career opportunities provided by the EU and meet new,…
Assistance for the sake of truth: how the EU supports the independent mass media in the Eastern Partnership countries

Assistance for the sake of truth: how the EU supports the independent mass media in the Eastern Partnership countries

20 September 2017
A video published on the official Facebook account of the EU Delegation to Ukraine opens with words: "Three things you should know about Russia Today and Sputnik." The video explains that Russian state-run mass media "do not want to be impartial", and that they "create fake news". These facts are…
Mayors on the march: how cities are driving energy efficiency in Belarus

Mayors on the march: how cities are driving energy efficiency in Belarus

06 September 2017
Belarusian cities are trying to cut carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. But how are they doing this, and most importantly, why?
Moldova working towards energy efficiency with EU support: a win-win for all involved

Moldova working towards energy efficiency with EU support: a win-win for all involved

28 August 2017
Today, achieving low energy consumption levels is no longer a difficult challenge for the Republic of Moldova. With the assistance of funds from the European Union, alternative energy sources are taking the place of traditional ones, contributing to a decline in energy losses, and to the country’s…
Young European Ambassadors share their vision for the Eastern Partnership

Young European Ambassadors share their vision for the Eastern Partnership

28 July 2017
“Living in a Europe based on mutual understanding instead of evoking conflicts makes us stronger together”, replied Hanna Launikovich from Belarus and Philipp Brugner from Austria when asked to describe the importance of cooperation between the EU and their countries.
With EU support, can Ukraine beat its neighbours on the way to energy independence?

With EU support, can Ukraine beat its neighbours on the way to energy independence?

19 July 2017
In June this year, 30 Ukrainian cities simultaneously became signatories of the Covenant of Mayors, a European initiative designed to make cities and towns more energy efficient.
Literature across borders: translating culture to build connections between Georgia and Europe

Literature across borders: translating culture to build connections between Georgia and Europe

18 July 2017
Laurence Plazenet, Carl Frode Tiller, Isabelle Wery, Katri Lipson, Daniel Pennac … these are just a handful of the 20 European authors, whose works will be translated into Georgian with the support of the European Union's Creative Europe programme and its support to literary translation, allowing…