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  • Taking a bird’s-eye view: the 4th meeting of national networks of GEN Europe

    (18 January 2017) – After Torri Superiore (Italy), Los Portales (Spain), Park Istra (Slovenia) the fourth venue for the GEN national network meeting was Lebensbogen (Germany). 21 representatives from 12 countries gathered on 13-15 January to review and celebrate activities in 2016, and to develop plans for 2017. Many countries reported about increasing collaboration with […]

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  • The GROW Observatory needs your help!

    (16 January 2017) – The GROW Observatory invites you to take part in a 15 minute survey to help inform how it develops. It is a short questionnaire that was put together to make sure that the project reflects and represents the needs, wants and desires of a variety of growers across Europe. The GROW […]

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  • ECOLISE recruits for its first paid roles!

    (20 December 2016) – ECOLISE is recruiting for three part-time positions: Communications coordinator, Policy coordinator and Knowledge and learning coordinator. ECOLISE, the European network for community-led initiatives on climate change and sustainability, is now at an exciting stage in its development and is currently establishing three new paid roles. Together with the ECOLISE Executive Director, […]

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  • Latest TRANSIT newsletter published

    (15 December 2016) – TRANSIT (TRANsformative Social Innovation Theory) has just published the December 2016 edition of its newsletter. Though autumn is an unavoidably busy time for many, the TRANSIT researchers have been in overdrive, pushing forward their work on transformative social innovation and inching ever-closer to a final theory, which will be published next […]

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  • World’s surface water: a new interactive tool to guide climate action

    (12 December 2016) – The Global Surface Water Explorer is a new online interactive mapping tool consisting of 3 million satellite images that will be accessible to everyone and serve to improve European and global policies for example on climate change and water management. The maps, developed by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre and […]

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