Strategic partners

The high quality of our services is guaranteed by the wide range of specialists and professional companies working in each field. Our strategy is to create a working group in the region which secures the achievement of climate goals.


Ádám Holczer | Ambassador

As a professional athlete, he was a player of Ferencvárosi Torna Club for more than 10 years. He is a Hungarian champion and cup winner. His achievements in sports also prove that awareness is very important to Ádám. This is an essential element if you want to maintain your performance in the long term and live a beautiful life. Although this awareness also drives him to take action for the environment and climate change.

Ádám believes that protecting our environment is not only a guarantee of our future and that of our children, but also a measure of our intelligence. Knowing this, he is happy to join the Climate Action team as an Ambassador.

Balázs Csapody | Ambassador

The Kistücsök restaurant is one of Balaton's iconic restaurants, which has been waiting for its guests in Balatonszemes for 30 years this year. Its owner is Balázs Csapody, during his career he was and still is focused on promoting the Balaton region and Hungarian gastronomy. Vice-president of the Hungarian Bocuse d'Or Academy Association, president of the PGA since 2017. In the same year, he received the Károly Gundel Award.

In 2021, at the Balaton Ünnepe festival, he received a lifetime achievement award. In his work, sustainability and the protection of our environment are important to him, and he puts special emphasis on sourcing his raw materials from local producers and recycling waste. As an ambassador, Climate Action continues its vocation in this direction in the name of sustainability.

Gianni Annoni | Ambassador

He came to Hungary in 1994 as a scholarship holder of the University of Economics. After graduating from university, he settled here, first opened a pizzeria, then appeared in the media and in several programs, which made him known and loved by the Hungarian public. Since then, he has hosted several programs on television and radio, and is also currently the owner of the deservedly popular Italian restaurant Pomo D'oro, located in the heart of Budapest. He considers it important to convey the Italian feeling of life through gastronomy, runs a cooking school at the Italian Cultural Institute, and has also published a cookbook.

His dedication is also reflected in the importance of environmental protection, as he was the first to join Climate Action's tree-planting program in Hungary, and as an ambassador, he wants to ensure that as many places of hospitality as possible start doing so that we can live in a more sustainable world.