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Skills for the energy transition

We need to foster skills for the energy transition at local and regional levels to encourage clean technologies and energy-efficient applications to reach the European Union's climate targets.
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Skills for innovation

Discover five policy recommendations using the experience of Interreg Europe projects dealing with the development of skills for innovation to offer regions a path towards better regional innovation.
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The social economy and support to social enterprises

The social economy is a crucial part of the EU socioeconomic landscape. To foster the growth of the EU social economy, policy action is needed. This policy brief aims to spotlight Interreg Europe projects that work to improve their local social economy.
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Sustainable urban logistics

Urban logistics is responsible for significant carbon emissions, air pollutants and urban noise. Authorities realise that clean urban logistics need to become mainstream to support continued sustainable economic growth.
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Energy self-consumption

Self-consumption of renewable energy can provide financial, environmental, and security benefits for households, businesses, grid operators, and society at large.
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Innovation networks

Explore 5 policy recommendations in this policy brief on innovation networks and learn how the process can facilitate mutual learning and knowledge transfer.
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Separate waste collection

The European Union (EU) is aiming to reduce the environmental impact of waste and its dependency on raw material imports and thus fosters the transition towards more sustainable materials management and a circular economy.
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Good governance for biodiversity

The economic development in Europe in the past century put an enormous burden on biodiversity. Biodiversity is vital for human health and is important for economic factors with over half of global GDP depending on ecosystem services.
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