INNEON is a network for eco-innovation investment. It aims to extend public and private funding sources available for eco-innovation and social innovation in Europe and provide a forum dedicated to the interaction between a select cohort of innovators and relevant investors.
The Danish EPA is offering funding to Danish vendors. The funding is given with in the technology areas: - Water - Air - Materials, waste and resources - Soil and groundwater - Cleaner production and processes
The funding is from 25-45 % of the total budget. The deadline for application is May 28th.
This session will be organsed in Brussels on 26/27 June 2014.
It is co-organised by Committee of the Regions, European Commission (Directorate General Regional and Urban Policy Directorate General Communications Networks, Content and Technology, Directorate General Research and Innovation, Directorate General Enterprise and Industry), Ministry of Innovation, Science and Research and Ministry of Economic Affairs, Energy and Industry of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, ZENIT GmbH, Enterprise Europe Network - NRW.Europa
This report leads to one set of implications for environmental policy-making. Most importantly, it suggests that all policy interventions aiming to provide information might be re-assessed against alternative ways to achieve their goals, bearing in mind insights into what usually influences decisions, such as the manner in which information is conveyed.
This paper has been commissioned by the European social partners ETUC, BUSINESSEUROPE, CEEP and UEAPME, in relation to external expertise on “Skills needs in greening economies”.
It serves to underline the important role played by trade unions, employers’ organisations and individual employers in supporting the Europe 2020 strategy’s goal of turning the EU into a smart, sustainable and inclusive economy capable of delivering high levels of employment, productivity and social cohesion.
youris.com is an independent non-profit media agency promoting European research and innovation. With a unique blend of science and communications backgrounds on the team, they have been bringing EU innovation to the attention of millions since 2005.
Using expertise in online content, social media and video news releases to TV media a number of eco-innovation projects and initiatives are reaching new heights of public perception.
ECOFOOD-SME is an initiative for disseminatingeco-designing, sustainability and responsible consumption concepts to SMEs from the agribusiness sector. To do that, a clustering strategy has been applied, both in a regional (Spanish) and a sectorial (brewery) cluster.