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Cost Analysis: Sustainable v. Conventional Crafty Table

Summary: Cost analysis shows a sustainable crafty table is not more expensive than a conventional one! On the contrary, overall it is more cost-effective to go green.

Location: Île de France, France

Public financial support for the film industry's ecological...

Summary: The CNC (French national film center) supports the film sector’s ecological transition by introducing green criteria in existing industry funds.

Location: Île de France, France

The way to innovate in the food sector

21/11/2019

The food sector is the largest manufacturing sector in the EU. It offers many opportunities and...

Type: Platform

INNO INDUSTRY - Improving innovation delivery of policies within 4.0...

Lead Partner: Regional Development Agency Posavje (RDA Posavje)

Due to different factors as the relocation of work to Asia, the industry contribution to the EU economy is declining. This reflects the necessity to transform the current industry sector into a smarter one. Nevertheless, the European Innovation...

Innovation on textile industry/4.0 industry

Summary: CITEVE is the main facilitator of the cooperation between companies, academy and local authorities to promote the innovation in the textile sector.

Location: Alentejo, Portugal

SustainCo

Summary: Promotion and support of nZEB through capacity and confidence building in the public sector.

Location: Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Bristol/Bath area, United Kingdom

Boosting the creative sector

10/04/2017

The 3rd OSIRIS partner meeting was organized in Prešov, Slovakia. The event was dedicated to ...

Type: Project

Is decarbonization of the industry feasible?

12/12/2019

It takes a lot of rationality and economic sense to achieve that goal without losing competitiveness...

Type: Project

Nottingham Workplace Parking Levy: integrated pricing & financing...

Summary: Work Place Levy (WPL) is a scheme in Nottingham, UK, whereby revenues from companies are earmarked for funding public transport, mainly Tram system extensions.

Location: Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom

Public discussion on the surface network changes after opening...

Summary: Public consultation and evaluation method of big changes on the surface public transport network.

Location: Közép-Magyarország, Hungary (Magyarország)