Save the date – 30 November 2017
Interreg 2 Seas organises project labs on 30 November 2017 in Lille, France. The labs aim at boosting the development of project proposals for the 6th Call for proposals. This call will be launched in February 2018 and will be the last one for the programming period due to Brexit.
The event will bring together experienced people on specific topics that are ready to work on one or more project proposals. That is the raison d’être of the 14 project generation labs where participants will meet to jointly experiment and brainstorm on possible solutions to remaining territorial challenges within the 2 Seas area.
Here is a complete overview of the 14 project labs:
- Improve the framework conditions for the delivery of innovation in health and life sciences
- Improve the framework conditions for the delivery of innovation in transport & logistics
- Increase the delivery of innovation in the agro-food and nutrition
- Increase the delivery of innovation in marine technologies
- Increase the development of social innovation applications in order to make more efficient and effective local services (to promote health, wellbeing and active ageing; to combat social exclusion due to unemployment, poverty, NEET, etc)
- Increase the development of social innovation applications to deliver more secure societies by deploying deradicalization actions (notably through cyber security and combating web recruiting of terrorists)
- Increase the adoption of low-carbon technologies and applications in the transport sector
- Increase the adoption of low-carbon technologies and applications in agriculture
- Increasing the ecosystem-based adaptation capacity to climate change with relation to the Sea level rise
- Increasing the ecosystem-based adaptation capacity to climate change with relation to the heavy rainfall and severe droughts phenomena
- Increase the adoption of new solutions for a more efficient use of inland water (including waste water treatment, agricultural processing, etc)
- Increase the adoption of new solutions for a more efficient use of marine resources
- Increase the adoption of green public procurement practices in the public sector
- Increase the adoption of new circular economy with regards to waste management in the building sector (construction and demolition)
Are you interested in this event? Have a look at the “Save the date” that was sent out earlier.
Please note that in the last week of September, a dedicated event website will be launched. It will feature a detailed programme, practical information and a link to register.