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What are the challenges of achieving net-zero carbon emissions? Together with its guest speakers, NFFT sought to find an answer to that question in its workshop session last week.
The keynote addresses were delivered by Csaba Kőrösi, director of the Directorate for Environmental Sustainability at the President’s Office and András Mezősi, senior research fellow at the Regional Center for Energy Policy Research of the Corvinus University.
The next workshop session of NFFT focused on the domestic planning of the EU’s recovery and resilience facility (RRF). The keynote speech was delivered by dr. Szabolcs Ágostházy, minister of state for the use of EU funds of the Prime Minister’s Office who presented the strategic efforts in the use of EU funds to the members of NFFT in full detail. What does this multi-year financial timeframe mean for Hungary? The 2021-2027 period is set to pursue the most robust ever green and digital transition, which will improve the region’s global competitiveness.
On 4 March, NFFT’s Professional Coordination Working Committee held its second online workshop in 2021 to discuss the fifth National Environmental Programme (NKP) and the National Nature Conservation Plan (NTA). Keynote speeches were delivered by Tibor Zoltán László, deputy minister of state for environmental affairs (Ministry of Agriculture) and Bertalan Balczó, deputy minister of state for nature conservation (Ministry of Agriculture).