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Roberto RINALDI's picture
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A 1 minute video that will explain to you, what GreenEcoNet is and why you should join today!

Chris Hopkins's picture
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GreenEcoNet's Final Conference entitled 'Moving towards a circular economy: Challenges and opportunities for SMEs' took place at CEPS in Brussels on the 26 May 2016.

Corrado Topi's picture
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The GreenEcoNet team is proud to present the 5the and final policy brief in our series, entitled 'Private Climate Finance Mechanisms for SMEs'.

Chris Hopkins's picture
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The GreenEcoNet team is proud to present the 4th policy brief in our series, entitled 'Decarbonising the EU economy by 2050: the contribution of SMEs to the decarbonisation of the transport sector".

Danai Manoli's picture
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The GreenEcoNet team is proud to present the 3rd policy brief in our series, entitled 'Energy Efficiency Policies for SMEs in Europe'.

Erwin Hofman's picture
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Following on from the first policy brief on circular economy, the GreenEcoNet team is proud to present policy brief No.2 entitled 'Networking for SME innovation in a green economy'.

Cem Bektas's picture
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Honest Coffees Managing Director and co-founder Wyatt Cavalier believes that sustainable sourcing of catering supplies can make an enormous difference to the restaurant industry. The size and potential of the Fair Trade market in the UK, along with the growing awareness of consumers, indicate positive impacts of ethical sourcing for producers, restaurant owners and consumers alike.

Vasileios RIZOS's picture
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At the recent World Resources Forum 2015 in Davos, Switzerland, Vasileios Rizos of CEPS presented GreenEcoNet paper on circular economy business models and green SMEs.

Lennard Duursema's picture
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According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), energy productivity improvements could generate an additional $18 trillion in global GDP between 2012 and 2035. Energy productivity describes the total economic value created in relation to the energy applied. Just to illustrate, doubling energy productivity would mean that businesses to achieve twice as much economic output per unit used. Besides economic benefits, increasing global energy productivity would naturally also achieve significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and help in tackling climate change.

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On September 14th, the North Rhine-Westphalia Ministry of the Environment hosted a dinner debate on the topic of circular economy and resource efficiency. Henning H. Sittel of Effizienz-Agentur NRW gives GreenEcoNet a summary of proceedings, discussions, and attendees below.

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