Due to the current situation, it has been decided that the EU Green Week 2020 will not take place in June as originally foreseen. The event is now scheduled for 20-22 October.
EU Green Week 2020 focuses on the theme of nature and biodiversity. The discussions explore the role of biodiversity in society and the bioeconomy. Particular attention will be paid on the role of nature and biodiversity in supporting and stimulating recovery and growth in the post-pandemic world. It will also be used as an opportunity reflect on the European Green Deal, and to rethink our relationship with nature, to reconsider the activities that are driving biodiversity loss and the wider ecological crisis, and to weigh up the implications for our economy and society.
The Carbon Footprint Portal fully reflects the strategies and objectives of the European Green Deal aimed at reducing emissions.
Take a look how advent calendars are reversed, made durable, and put smiles on people's faces.
The European Union is embarking on five missions guiding Horizon Europe, the next EU research and innovation programme for 2021-2027.
The earlier planned, but due to the pandemic postponed virtual visit and the regular partner meeting takes place
The fourth STAR Cities Interregional Learning Session will be held online.
St Paul’s footsteps European Cultural Route European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC)
1st Annual Conference, Online,
15 Dec 2020, 10:00-13:00 CET