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Sustainability
Europe has been facing a rising energy demand, volatile prices, a decrease in the supply and an increase in the environmental impact of the energy sector. The European energy strategy aims to tackle these problems by tackling the three main factors: security of supply, competitiveness, and sustainability. To achieve these goals with a long-term strategy, the EU has formulated targets for 2020, 2030 and 2050 to reduce GHG emissions by at least 20% compared to 1990, 40% (2030), and 95% by 2015, other aims to improve energy efficiency at last 20% (2020) and an increase of at least 27% by 2030. 
EUAbout has a decennial experience in dealing with projects related to: waste management, water management, smart cities, PropTech, transports, climate change, green buildings, sustainable agricolture
Education
Each Member State has the authority to decide and plan its education system. In this framework, EU education policy is thought to support the national initiative and to help address common challenges, like skills deficits in workforce and employability, technological development, global competition.
They hope to achieve so by empowering young people promoting innovation and cooperation among countries, and enhancing their ability to participate actively in a more inclusive and democratic society, and by promoting cooperation between bodies, organizations and institutions within the EU MS, Erasmus+ reinforce EU identity, cohesion and the promotion of EU values across all the Member States.


Thanks to its partnerships and the solid experience in working with several projects conerning entrepreneurship and social innovation, EUAbout has all the necessary to perform as a key actor in the education field.
Communication
Imagine if, from here on out, the European Union were to communicate so effectively and so clearly that everyone could immediately understand its actions and intentions. Just picture an EU able to convey its long-term vision in a way that actually inspires people. This ideal scenario describes why the EU should actively communicate in the first place. It also gives us a lens through which we can examine current communications and how citizens perceive the Union. At this point it is important to mention that the EU communicates mainly through its behaviour – in other words, by what it does or does not do, and how it does or does not do it. In fact, only a small part of this happens through its active and targeted modes of communication. 
As an umbrella organisation, EUAbout serves as a bridge between the EU and national, international and private bodies. We aim to give voice to the policies and values of the European Union and donate to every citizen the possibility to admire the princilples of integration.