Free spaces, remoteness, air purity, water freshness: nature will gain more value in the eyes of travellers after COVID-19. Are you a policy-maker or a tourism specialist? Join this on-line tutoring course to learn and exchange on the transition towards a more sustainable tourism. Deadline to apply: 25 September 2020.
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POWER4BIO is organising a training webinar series about food and feed. In a set of eight thematic training webinars, experts from the POWER4BIO consortium will give insights about the current status of food and feed at EU level, innovative practices and keys for successful business cases, value chains, sustainability, funding opportunities and supporting policies. All webinars are free of charge and open to everyone.
This breakfast webinar, hosted by MEP Elsi Katainen (Renew Europe) and MEP Jytte Guteland (S&D) and Baltic Sea Action Group, will explore more about the importance of healthy soil in mitigating climate change, promoting biodiversity, securing clean waters and building resilience in food production.
European Commission (DG COMM) and Bertelsmann Stiftung are jointly organizing a transnational online Citizens’ Dialogue. During the last part of the event, EVP Vestager and Commissioner Sinkevičius will join with the participants of the event and the general public intervening through social media. Watch it live here.
RUBIZMO presents the first series of quick and easy to access 30-minute “Café sessions” and virtual visits which will take place every Tuesday from 11-11:30 CET in November 2020. The focus will be around the theme ‘How can Europe anticipate and support rural innovation?’
Smart Villages (Smart digital transformation of villages in the Alpine Space) is an Interreg Alpine Space project looking at how the Smart Village approach can unlock the potential of local actors in mountain areas. The project partners will present some of the results and recommendations gathered since the start of the project in 2018. The registration deadline is 2 November!