Established jointly by Mathias Corvinus Collegium and the Századvég Foundation, the Climate Policy Institute sprung was created with the understanding that both climate change and the preparation necessary for its effects will soon become be key social and economic policy issues. MCC recognized that adaptation to climate change requires a new strategy and establishing a professional, competent, and pragmatic institute to tackle these challenges was necessary. The studies of the Climate Policy Institute focus on five important areas: energy, conservation, agriculture, pollution, and urbanism. Our institute accommodates a green approach while contributing to the training of a responsibly minded and active citizenry necessary for successful environment protection and conservation. The Director of the Institute is Máté Litkei, an Agricultural Environmental Management Engineer.