InvestCEC is one of a group of projects under the umbrella of the Circular Cities and Regions Initiative (CCRI). The project is launched and funded by the EU as part of the Circular Economy Action Plan and initiated and coordinated by Enspire Science. InvestCEC combines knowledge sharing, and technical and financial support, to assist stakeholders across European cities and regions, including regional and local authorities, industry representatives, research and technology organizations, and civil society.
FRONTIERS is the science journalism initiative, initiated and coordinated by Enspire Science and funded by the ERC to design a residency program for journalists wishing to experience an immersive period in a research institution. The project intends to finance the journalists’ stays, support the reporters and host institutions, and provide training on independent and ethically responsible science coverage, promoting mutual learning opportunities between journalists and researchers.
The Bio4HUMAN project, a Horizon Europe initiative initiated and coordinated by us, aims to contribute to the identification of bio-based solutions for solid waste management that have the potential to be applicable in various humanitarian settings. The project will conduct a scoping exercise that will identify a list of solutions as well as existing supply chain gaps, followed by a cycle assessment of the proposed solutions and an evaluation of their applicability concerning socio-economic and governance aspects.
All of the projects mentioned above are funded by the European Union. The FRONTIERS project also benefits from funding by the ERC. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Research Executive Agency (REA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.