A clean country
A cleaner natural environment. A cleaner and better ordered residential environment. Cleaner public life.
In the rapidly changing world of the 21st century, it is vital that we have buttresses that hold our lives together. It is the precondition of our mental balance and physical wellbeing that our direct surroundings are determined by transparency, cleanliness and the smooth and organised operation of things. The essential condition of our liberty is order and security. The basis of our common successes is a quality welfare state and a clean public life. Sustainability and the cleanliness of nature is not only the precondition of our existence, but is also a tool for our country to become one of the winners of the changing economic world order.
Hence, the Equilibrium Institute pays special attention to the general concept of cleanliness and order while crafting its policy papers. This concerns the development of the self-awareness of citizens and their respect for norms, the strengthening of the rule of law and the fight against corruption, the establishment of quality public services, climate adaptation, the new methods of water and waste management and the novel methods of sustainable municipal planning, the transition to a sustainable economy and sustainable way of life and the protection of our natural environment.
The relevant recommendations of the Equilibrium Institute are available for download below.
How can we renew democracy?
The Equilibrium Institute’s policy proposals for modernising democracy
Environmental policies I.
The Equilibrium Institute’s proposals for improving air quality – heating and building sector
Environmental policies II.
The Equilibrium Institute’s proposals for improving air quality – transportation sector
Hungary 2030 – A Future Vision for Hungarians
After two years of research, the Equilibrium Institute has published its volume entitled Hungary 2030 – A Future Vision for Hungarians, which details our political, economic and social vision.
Let’s reclaim our waters!
On the possibilities of an urban water revolution in Hungary
Preserving our waters
The most pressing needs with respect to our aquatic vulnerabilities and for ensuring continued access to potable water