Our Good practices database currently counts over 1700 items, shared by policy makers from all over Europe. All good practices are reviewed by the Policy Learning Platform Thematic Experts and are only admitted to the database if they show true value for other European regions.
In order to help you find inspiration and solutions in our database, we have put in place subtopics for each of our four themes. This will allow you to search the database more targeted and find good practices that are specifically of your interest.
Navigate to the Good practices database here and explore it for yourself!
The new subtopics per theme
Research and innovation includes:
- Innovation capacity
- Innovation ecosystems
- Innovation in sector
In SME competitiveness you can find good practices in the areas of:
- Innovation capacity of SMEs
- Support to sector
- Support to SMEs
In low-carbon economy you can find:
- Energy efficiency
- Low-carbon strategies
- Renewable energy
- Sustainable transport
Environment and resource efficiency include the subtopics:
- Circular economy
- Cultural heritage
- Natural heritage
- Resource efficiency
Submission of good practices
When you submit good practices, you will also notice that the subtopics are newly added to the submission form. When you are part of a project, you will only need to select your project and the main theme and subtopic(s) will automatically be added for you. These have been predefined by the programme and are not possible for you to change. When going through the submission process, your Policy Officer will decide whether a second subtopic is relevant for your practice.
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