The Policy Learning Platform frequently organises webinars on different thematic topics, from energy efficiency in private buildings to social enterprises. By now, we have build up a database of over 25 webinars that are viewed by over thousands of policy makers. To make sure you don't miss out, we have gathered the three most popular webinars:
1. Circular business models
Learn about circular business models, its policy frame and its challenges. Explore good practices from experts in the field.
2. Supporting e-mobility in European regions and cities
Dive deeper into the topic of electric mobility, examining some of the barriers and enablers of uptake for your region.
3. Mission oriented innovation policies
Get to know about the policies that are known for their ambitious objective to foster disruptive and breakthrough innovations.
Interested in seeing what other topics we have covered so far? Take a look here.
We might not be able to organise face-to-face meetings due to the COVID-19 pandemic but we will keep offering you online policy learning opportunities in the coming months through webinars. Discover the topics that are coming up in our upcoming community events section.
Would you like to propose a topic for an upcoming webinar? Get in touch with us and let us know what interests you.
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