The event is open to potential applicants presenting project proposals on green technology, nature protection and climate action. Participants will be invited to a morning information session on the 2018 LIFE call, covering significant changes to the programme compared to previous years. The afternoon will be dedicated to networking with fellow participants to share experience, match with potential new partners and meet representatives of the LIFE programme from the European Commission.
CSR Europe and the R2π project are looking for companies that currently have a “linear” business model, but want to work with them to re-design their systems following the principles of the circular economy (from “take, make and waste” processes to “reduce, reuse and recycle”).
The purpose of this call for proposals is to support the next 6-year cycle of MSFD implementation.
The European Commission has received 468 proposals for projects in the areas of climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials by the call deadline on 27 February 2018.
Helsinki, 1 March 2018 – ECHA is inviting stakeholders to send information that could help with the preparation of a possible restriction on intentional use of microplastic particles in products. We are particularly interested in information about the uses of microplastic particles, their alternatives as well as the costs and other impacts of a potential restriction.
The EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) conference will be held in Brussels from 5 to 7 June. The call for organising sessions and nominating candidates for the EUSEW Awards has been launched with a deadline on 23 February 2018.
Any city (big or small) can apply for labelling their local event as a partner event of the EU Green Week 2018!
The Green Week – Europe’s leading environment event – will hold its 2018 edition from 21 to 25 May. Any city (big or small), environmental organisations, science centres and museums, business organisations, associations, etc., can applyto label their events as partner events.
The German engineering and consulting firm, DMT, continues to lead the way in innovation in the raw materials sector and receives funding from EIT RawMaterials. In the coming years, DMT will engage in several projects to develop innovative technologies and services for the European natural resources sector together with international partners.
The European Commission announced on Wednesday 25 October the 2018 Call for Proposals for the Erasmus+ programme. The 2018 budget is expected to reach EUR 2.7 billion, an increase of over EUR 200 million compared to 2017.