The Italian draft recovery plan envisages thousands of kilometers of new cycling tracks which would massively increase the quality of urban life.
The Italian draft recovery plan could support the production of hydrogen from fossil gas and its use in rail traffic. This would increase Italy’s fossil gas dependency and leave renewable energy [...]
Slovakian draft Recovery plan would allocate €3 billion for green, climate-friendly investment. But it can still do much better on energy efficiency, transport and participation.
Flanders region plans to spend €93 million of Recovery money on new public transport infrastructure. At a first glance, this looks like a good opportunity; but in reality part of this budget will [...]
The Spanish government is planning to invest Recovery money in sustainable transformation of cities and municipalities. This is a welcome step, as cities and citizens have an increasingly [...]
Transport emissions in Germany are on the rise. But rather than investing in emission-free mobility solutions, the draft recovery plan envisages subsidising fossil mobility.
In the last 30 years, Poland has invested heavily on roads and air transport, substantially increasing greenhouse gas emissions from the sector. Now, it plans to finance this trend from the EU purse.
UPDATE: We are informed that the new version of the Portuguese Recovery and Resilience Plan does not include this project as of 19 April 2021. Therefore, this nomination is withdrawn from the [...]