• Posted 26-Oct-2021

European Green Deal call hits the ground running

On Wednesday 27 October, the European Commission organised a kick-off event to celebrate the projects selected for funding under the Horizon 2020 European Green Deal call. This €1 billion call, the last one under Horizon 2020, will fund projects that will contribute to the EU’s response to the climate crisis and help protect Europe’s unique ecosystems and biodiversity.


  • Posted 26-Oct-2021

EIT Launches Community Booster – Scaling New European Bauhaus Ventures

On a mission to foster the New European Bauhaus transformation, the EIT Community is looking for the most innovative ventures driving sustainable change for cities, industries, climate, food, wellbeing and overall quality of life in order to support their business growth and help them become the international gamechangers.


  • Posted 26-Oct-2021

2022 Commission Work Programme: Making Europe stronger together

On 19 October, the Commission adopted its 2022 Work Programme, setting out the next steps in its bold and transformative agenda towards a post-COVID-19 Europe that is greener, fairer, more digital and more resilient.


  • Posted 26-Oct-2021

Accelerating the green transition can lower energy prices in the long term according to EU Chief Scientific Advisors

On 20 October, the European Commission’s Group of Chief Scientific Advisors (GCSA) published a statement in response to the substantial increase of energy prices in Europe in recent months. In their statement, the Advisors point out that accelerating the transition towards a low-carbon energy system is a solution that can lower energy prices in the long term.


  • Posted 26-Oct-2021

Fostering knowledge valorisation through the arts and cultural institutions

How are arts and cultural institutions across Europe responding to the opportunities to foster innovation and knowledge valorisation as prioritised in the new European Research Area (ERA)? A study, commissioned by the European Commission, is currently looking into this question.