Events & News

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Green Social 

Green Social is an event held nearly every month and supported by GREENWILL. The event brings together those interested in environmental sustainability and is attended by a broad range of people from students and eco-activists, to business owners and members of the diplomatic corps.


Winner of the "Play Green" Picture Competition 



The GREENWILL team is proud to announce the winner of our “Play Green” Picture Competition, the Clean Air Action Group.


The Clean Air Action Group has been a GREENWILL member since 2013 and is one of the best known environmental NGOs in Hungary. They are actively involved in many policy areas, including greening the state budget, sustainable transport, sustainable energy policy, sustainable urban development and the protection of green areas in cities. Their activities involve research, consulting, public awareness campaigns, publishment and advocacy on local, national and international level.

Congratulations to our winner - Clean Air Action Group

A new article was published in Sicily, Italy. 

Animaimprese, an Italian business association published an article about GREENWILL in order to let the Italian business world get to know about this environmental initiative.

The GREENWILL environmental initiative spearheaded by European Chamber was presented to the general public in Budapest on 4 March 2014

The Budapest-based non-profit Greenwill aims to show that it costs nothing to help save the planet

Excuses for not being eco-friendly seem to be easy to find. Although the green movement has been warning of impending disaster for more than half a century, many people have yet to face up to the challenge. Some complain that recycling is hard to do, or that they do not know how to go about it. Others give in to a feeling that they cannot make a difference on their own.


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