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  • Citizen science research project begins in Luxembourg’s community gardens

    (19 December 2018) – A collaborative citizen research project involving community gardeners, allotment holders and natural and social scientists from the Natural History Museum and CELL, the Centre for Ecological Learning Luxembourg, has begun in Luxembourg. “We would like to produce the kind of knowledge that interests both gardeners and

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  • EU’s smart villages should also be sustainable, says ECOLISE

    (19 December 2017) – EU efforts to support digital and social innovation in rural communities must ensure that such communities become both smart and sustainable, according to Eamon O’Hara, executive director of ECOLISE. Eamon was speaking at a meeting of policy makers in Brussels focused on social innovation initiatives and

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  • ECOLISE 2018 General Assembly registration opens, Luxembourg, 26-28 March

    (18 December 2017) – Registration for the 2018 Ecolise General Assembly which is being hosted this year by ECOLISE founder member, the Centre for Ecological Learning Luxembourg (CELL), is now open. This year we’re experimenting with Conferize as a platform for registration and engagement prior to the event. Please check

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