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Lead Partner: ANATOLIKI S.A. Development Agency of Eastern Thessaloniki's Local Authorities
Circular economy is a new approach of economic development models. It provides the potential to use one’s waste as resource input to others productive chain thus offering a longer life cycle of the products and a more environmentally friendly business approach. This regenerative system is of high priority in the EU. SinCE-AFC is being developed along with the on-going EU action plan for Circular Economy and the respective National Circular Economy Action Plans across the EU countries. Although the principles of circular economy are already applied by many large industries, SMEs, which represent the 99% of the businesses sector, still remain uninvolved due to lack of motivation and support. Thus, the regional SMEs policies improvement towards a more regenerative economy is of high importance. SinCE-AFC aims at involving SMEs of the Agri-Food chain in circular economy through the promotion of the appropriate managing and financial horizontal mechanisms. All the Agri-Food agents committed to production, processing, packaging, distribution and final consumption are expected to operate in a coordinated way to better adapt to circular economy. This objective will be achieved via the intense collaboration and interregional exchange of experience of 9 partners representing 7 Regions from 7 EU countries. The partnership’s tasks will focus on the investigation of efficient practices, via interregional thematic learning events, study visits, import workshops, stakeholders’ meetings and consultation processes, of how the relevant policy instruments can be improved in order to assist SMEs to enter circular economy. The core results will be depicted in a joint study reflecting the related regulatory framework and good practices at regional and EU level. The project will promote innovation, derive knowledge and develop close collaboration with the Interreg Europe Learning Platform as well as with the European Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform and the RIS3 Platform Group.
Submitted by: naomi Shute, 20/01/2016
1. Clear integration policy and objectives for Migrants 2. Set registration centres and registering every migrant 3. Having a clear foreign policy and working closely with cou
Presentations  You can find the presentations and links to additional material here.WelcomeIntroduction to the Interreg Europe Policy Learning PlatformCall for interest open for peer reviewsMeet us also during the European Week of Regions and CitiesDiscover the Interreg Europe good practice database Good practices in the spotlightVoucher for SMEs to access pilot and demo infrastructuresHave a look at this good practice in the databaseSee also the Smart Pilots projectRegional roadmap towards circular economyHave a look at this good practice in the databaseSee also the BIOREGIO projectVideos Have a look at the videos shown during the briefing: Welcome to the Policy Learning PlatformThematic workshops of the Policy Learning PlatformSmartPilots videoSubmit your good practice Event gallery Good practice database Have a look at the good practices from all across Europe Explore the database The Policy Learning Platform The platform is a space for continuous learning where the policymaking community in Europe can tap into the knowhow of experts and peers. Discover the set of services offered by the platform! Learn more