Green Deal ArenaBrussels Belgium
On 4 October 2022, selected high-level participants from diverse local movements, policy groups, and research institutes will gather, to explore:
- What does (and should) the Green Deal say about the role of people and society?
- Who is already ‘out there’ in Europe contributing to Green Deal objectives in practice?
- How can organisations co-create transition pathways for just and sustainable change?.
- How can we bridge the ‘shared’ middle ground between, for example, collectives/individuals, theory/practice, and social/technical innovations?
This is a chance to meet and interact with a curated network of diverse players (policyworkers, practitioners, scientists) working on just sustainability transitions across Europe. On top of that, it’s a unique opportunity to learn more about transitions thinking applied to your context.
The event’s outcomes will be fed back into the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research & Innovation (DG RTD), as well circulated to official Green Deal project working groups and Mission Secretariats. And by participating, you will become involved in downscaling EU-level policies to a regional level, discovering valuable insights on how it works on the ground.
Participants will also learn about the €528k SHARED GREEN DEAL funding call to be released in late 2022, for 24 organisations to run year-long regional/local engagement programmes (what we are calling our ‘social experiments’).
Express your interest by filling out this form. Places are limited so please express interest early to secure a place. We will get back to you ASAP! If you have more urgent questions, please you can reach out to info [at] sharedgreendeal [dot] euclass="link--inherit".
For further details please contact co-leads Professor Chris Foulds (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Professor Rosie Robison (email@example.com).
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 101036640. The sole responsibility for the content of this website lies with the SHARED GREEN DEAL HAS project and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union.