EU Green Week is an annual opportunity to debate European environmental policy with policymakers, leading environmentalists and stakeholders from Europe and beyond. This year's edition focuses on the European Green Deal - the EU’s sustainable and transformative growth strategy for a resource-efficient and climate-neutral Europe by 2050.
At least 10 projects managed by REA are offering events in the frame of the EU Green Week.
30 May, 15:45-19:30 CET, Online and in Sibiu, Romania
What science can tell us about Forest Biodiversity in Europe & Launching of Europe's transnational forest restoration project, by SUPERB project
The aim of the event is to present a new EFI study on Forest Biodiversity in Europe assessing main threats and trends while discussing management options and policy instruments to govern biodiversity conservation in Europe.
30-31 May, 13:00-17:30, in Ghent
The role of biorefineries in European agriculture, with the participation of WalNUT project
The aim of the conference is to highlighting the current research innovations in six main Biorefine’s domains related to sustainable resource management and circular economy systems: nutrient recycling and recovery, renewable energy, water recovery and use, biomaterials & eco-design, biochemicals and value chain assessment.The WalNUT project will be presented in the afternoon session on May 31st at 4 pm and will focus on finding resource-oriented solutions for water recovery and reuse.
31 May, 11:00am CEST, Online
Online visit to the VALUEWASTE experience in Kalundborg, by VALUWASTE project
The project proposes to visit the pilot experience of selective collection of urban biowaste the project is developing in Kalundborg, Denmark.
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1 June, 10:00am CEST, Online
Soil biodiversity, conservation & informing policy, by SOILGUARD project
This online event aims to set up the collaboration between policy makers and conservationists to link science-based recommendations on soil management to policy and conservation, so to contribute to the EU Mission: A Soil Deal for Europe.
1 June, 10:30 CEST, Online
How SHEALTHY will revolutionize food security and the environmental, health, and social benefits of a sustainable food system? by SHEALTHY project
The project will present its combined mild technologies, Decision Support System (DSS): the contribution of digital technologies to the zero-pollution transformation of industrial value chains, and their optimized food logistics chain.
1 June, 02:00pm CEST, Online
Grasslands as carbon sinks - How carbon farming and grass-based business models can contribute to the EU Green Deal, by GO-GRASS project
The GO-GRASS project will shed light on how increased grasslands and carbon sequestration are delivering benefits for biodiversity, climate neutrality, circular economy and water quality. The project will present practices and resources that can foster the deployment of carbon farming linked to sustainable grassland management practices and circular agro-food systems in Europe.
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3 June, 10.00am CEST, Online
Implementation of Data Analytics for a sustainable and climate-resilient Agriculture 4.0, by VitiGEOSS project
During the webinar, partners will showcase the use of data analytics in the technical solutions developed in the VitiGEOSS project. These solutions aim at making agriculture more sustainable by reducing the usage of raw materials, water, and chemical fertilisers and pesticides. This would help move towards healthier food products and greener agriculture practices for the environment, contributing to the European Green Deal goals.
3 June, 10:00am CEST, Online
Workshop on systemic innovations and sustainable practices across the agri-food value chain, by SISTERS project
EU-funded project SISTERS, together with COOPID, MANDALA and agroBRIDGES will take a closer look at the different linkages of the agri-food value chain while addressing the importance of food security and a sustainable food system.
All of these projects are funded under Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Framework Programme and are managed by the European Research Executive Agency (REA).