On the day that the European Commission published the much anticipated draft Work Programmes for Horizon2020, KTN held the first in a series of five brokerage events to launch Societal Challenges Two (Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy) and Five (Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials).
The Circular Horizons 2016/17 event brought together 94 delegates from the UK and Europe to explore the funding opportunities for circular economy projects in Horizon2020 and to build new collaborations.
We heard from the National Contact Points for the LIFE Programme and Societal Challenge 5 on the funding opportunities available, as well as case studies from LIFE-funded project REBus and the perspective on an experienced evaluator.
Presentations can be viewed here.
Twenty-four people pitched what they were looking for and had to offer a consortiumand their pitches can be viewed here.
The Circular Horizons 2017/17 was supported by KTN and project REBus.
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