CAN Europe: How energy efficiency can be the game changer to kick Europe’s gas addiction

As the final trialogue discussions approach on the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), it is important to understand how this legislation can be the missing piece when it comes to Europe weaning off fossil gas


0 Comments6 Minutes

EEA report: Monitoring soil threats in Europe

Soil is a vital component of natural capital, hosting rich biodiversity and providing critical ecosystem services, such as food production, water purification and carbon storage. However, European soils are under increasing pressure and comprehensive monitoring to asses soil health is lacking. Published today, a European Environment Agency (EEA) report presents a core set of soil indicators and critical limits for soil health.


0 Comments1 Minutes

CAN Europe on the reform of the EU economic governance: Missing the mark on climate is not an option

The Orientations proposed by the European Commission in November 2022 to reform the EU economic governance, if not improved, risk deepening the climate crisis, states CAN Europe in it's report


0 Comments7 Minutes

ABOUT US

DOOR is a civil society organization of experts devoted to the promotion of sustainable energy development, founded in 2003. Today DOOR has more than 60 members, five members Steering Committee and thirteen employees.

We have successfully implemented more than 100 projects with goals ranging from climate change mitigation, encouraging citizens’ participation in sustainable energy policy-making, improving education about renewable energy sources and alleviating energy poverty. Within our projects we organized more than hundred workshops, round tables, trainings, conferences and other public events attended by several thousand participants, we published a dozen manuals, organized a number of study trips and established continuous cooperation with numerous organizations from Croatia and abroad. You can find a full list of our references here.

OUR PROFILE

OUR ASSOCIATES

We cooperate with numerous Croatian and foreign organizations active in environment protection, education, social services, rural development, renewable energy sources, energy efficiency. We work with civil society organizations, local and national authorities, schools, universities, institutes, agencies and other stakeholders.

We are active all over Croatia!

Bedekovčina, Beli Manastir, Brestovec Orehovički, Buzet, Čakovec, Donji Kukuruzari, Dubrovnik,
Dvor na Uni, Funtana, Hrastin, Hrvatska Kostajnica, Ivanić-Grad, Karlovac, Kaštel Lukšić, Koprivnica, Krapina, Križevci, Krk, Labin, Majur, Mala Branjevina, Našice, Nijemci, Opuzen, Orebić, Orlovnjak, Osijek, Ozalj, Petlovac, Petrinja, Pirovac, Poreč, Požega, Pula, Rečica, Rijeka, Rovinj,
Sisak, Sjeverovac, Slavonski Brod, Split, Srebreno, Sunja, Šibenik, Tar Vabriga, Varaždin, Velika Gorica, Vukovar, Zadar, Zagreb, Župa Dubrovačka

DOOR is proud to be a member of networks active on national, European and global level.

We are members of the Croatian Rural Development Network and of the Green Forum – network of Croatian civil society environmental organizations. At the international level, we are members of European Environmental Citizen Organization for Standardization – European umbrella organization working to ensure that standards, product ecological policies and labelling schemes take into account the environmental interests, Anna Lindh Foundation network promoting intercultural dialogue across the Euro-Mediterranean region, as well as of the United Nations initiative – Sustainable Energy For All whose goal is to provide universal access to sustainable energy for all by 2030.