Decarbonisation of steel, cement and chemical sectors
as an Opportunity?
Steel, cement, and chemical production are deemed to be hard-to-abate sectors. Our project aims at-developing a policy roadmap for the industries and coordinate a dialogue among industry leaders, policymakers, and capital market influencers in Visegrad 4.
How we create impact
The project offers a constructive contribution to climate change policy development in the region.
Our research and analysis will serve as a starting point for debate, discussion, and planning for decarbonization strategies.
We strive to understand and compare viable decarbonization options and outline a policy roadmap to attain the 2030 carbon targets.
- Directors are increasingly expected to provide a positive and consistent contribution to climate change policy discussion. Our project offers opportunities to publicly articulate decarbonization agenda.
- The project provides forum to shape the medium-term action plans and bridge the gap between public sector and the business community.
- Collaborate with peers on the sustainability agenda and share best practices in a way that falls within the confines of applicable competition laws.
- Organized seminars and trainings help to gain competencies in climate change, decarbonization and climate policies.
Our briefs and analysis delve into decarbonization and sustainability topics.
Second high-level impact lunch in Budapest
The Equilibrium Institute held its second high-level impact lunch in the framework of the project on 2 October 2023.
Non-financial reporting workshop in the Czech Republic
Workshop on non-financial reporting took place on January 19, 2023 in Prague
The Industry Taskforce
The Taskforce will pool key decision makers and power brokers from the region to provide expert input, peer review for research and act as ambassadors of the project.