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Webinar: Industry for a circular and clean economy

Sviluppumbria hosts the webinar "Industry for a circular and clean economy" on Friday 13 November 2020 at 11.00 a.m. The European Commission has launched the European Green Deal, a new call of the Horizon 2020 programme that provides €1 billion for research and innovation projects that help address Europe's environmental and climate challenges. The call is structured into 8 thematic areas covered by the European Green Deal: Increasing climate ambition Clean, affordable and secure energy Industry for a clean and circular economy Energy and resource efficient buildings Sustainable and smart mobility Farm to fork Biodiversity and ecosystems Zero-pollution, toxic-free environments The call is open from 22 September 2020 until 26 January 2021. Projects selected are scheduled to start in autumn 2021. This webinar will be an opportunity to explore the call’s thematic area 3 "Industry for a circular and clean economy", offering ideas and reflections functional to the presentation of projects in the sector. Speakers: Davide Amato, head of sector at the European Commission's DG Research and Innovation and Roberta De Carolis, researcher at ENEA's Sustainability Department. The seminar, organised by Sviluppumbria in collaboration with the University of Perugia, will be held on zoom and registration is required.

Bioeconomy - Best Practices

The report (in Italian) provides an overview of projects co-funded by the European Union or by university research centres in various European countries, in order to respond to market needs and raise awareness among stakeholders, companies, bodies, public and private administrations, citizens. Sustainable growth is a crucial issue for highly industrialised and computerised societies.

Circular Economy: how to apply it in the context of EU Green Deal

Il 23 settembre ENEA ha organizzato un evento dal titolo ‘Circula Economy: how to apply in the Context of Eu Green Deal’, nell’ambito dell'edizione digitale 2020 di INERTIA - REMTECH Expo. Scarica il programma Scarica il Report

Missions in Horizon Europe

The European Commission pursues part of its political vision through the 3 pillars of Horizon Europe: Excellent Science, Global Challenges and European Industrial Competitiveness, and Innovative Europe. The vision is to engage and involve citizens in European and global objectives and challenges. Through the Key Strategic Orientation, the strategic objectives underlying the pillars of Horizon Europe are established. The Key Strategic Orientation should lead to expected impacts on society, environment, economy and science through innovation provided by the R&D sector. Learn more about the missions of Horizon Europe.

GIURI: Synergies event

Starting from the work that the Commission has started to create stronger synergies between the new Horizon Europe R&I programme and the European Structural and Investment Funds, GIURI - Informal Group of Italian Representative Offices in Brussels, through its synergies working group and in collaboration with URC - Coordination of the offices of the Italian Regions and Autonomous Provinces in Brussels - organised an operational meeting on 17 September with the aim of illustrating the opportunities related to the new regulations, the different possible forms of synergies envisaged and the various aspects related to the effective implementation of synergies.
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Towards Horizon Europe: context, mission and partnership

The University of Perugia, in collaboration with AUR - Sportello APRE Umbria (Agenzia per la Promozione della Ricerca Europea – Agency for the Promotion of European Research) and the network of regional APRE offices organised a webinar on 29 September entitled Towards Horizon Europe: context, mission and partnership.
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Innovation Fund Large Scale Projects

The projects to be funded by this Innovation Fund call for proposals should contribute to the transition to a climate-neutral economy and to the achievement of the policy objectives set out in the European Commission's Communication "A Clean Planet for All - A strategic long-term European vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate-neutral vision, also with reference to the European Green Deal.
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Innovative medicines initiative

The Innovative Medicines Initiative is a jointly funded partnership between the European Union, represented by the European Commission, and the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA).
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Artificial intelligence

This report presents some best practices related to the technological frontier of artificial intelligence. It is mainly based on projects co-funded by the European Union to raise awareness among the various stakeholders (companies, institutions, public and private administrations, citizens) on a crucial issue for highly industrialized and computerized societies.

Eco-Innovation, a new development model

Eco-innovation expresses a complex and extremely revolutionary principle that represents a new path with respect to the concept of innovation as we know it. It is a new philosophy, a new way of understanding scientific research, as well as social and economic research. It is based the redefinition of products, modes of production, consumption, organizational systems, business models, models of governance of political and economic systems, with a single, great, ambitious goal: to protect the planet Earth by changing our way of life to ensure a future for humanity. Eco-innovation refers to all forms of innovation, technological and non-, that create business opportunities and bring benefits to the environment by preventing or reducing their impact or optimizing the use of resources, also by changing production and distribution systems and business models through a new sensitivity and awareness at the political and decision-making level.