Below is a list of upcoming circular economy events
The Global Sustainable Technology & Innovation Community (G-STIC) Climate Action Programme provides subsidies to projects aimed at supporting developing countries’ actions to adapt to the effects of climate change and/or mitigate climate change impacts. If you have an idea for such a project, but you are still looking for potential partner(s), then you may not miss this opportunity.
This matchmaking event (organised by G-STIC, EEB and Flanders) t will give you the opportunity to find and meet potential partners – whether you are offering or seeking climate-related solutions.
Projects have to support actions in developing countries that strive to develop or implement measures to adapt to the effects of climate change and/or limit climate change by addressing the causes (mitigation). They must focus on areas where climate-related solutions can be expected to have maximal impact, preferably on one or more of the following seven themes:
Participation in the online matchmaking event is free of charge.
The first call of the G-STIC Climate Action Programme resulted in 65 project proposals. These were evaluated by an independent jury under the coordination of the Flemish Department of Environment & Spatial Development. Twelve projects were approved with a total project budget of €4,563,297 (€3,017,724 subsidy).