If you want to help shape the future Horizon 2020's programme in the area of Climate, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials then you need to be in Brussels on 23 and 24 September for the second RECREATE Strategic Workshop. The workshop is being held at the Diamant Conference and Business Centre in Brussels and has the theme: “Defining tomorrow’s research and innovation funding priorities”. Registration for the workshop is now open!
The RECREATE (REsearch network for forward looking activities and assessment of research and innovation prospects in the fields of Climate, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials) project is a Coordination Action funded by the European Commission under FP7 and SusChem (via Cefic) is involved with the project.
The RECREATE project has the explicit purpose of supporting the European Commission in the future programming of Horizon 2020 calls in the area of Societal Challenge 5: Climate, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials. To do this the project is involving a large network of stakeholders, making extensive impact assessments and developing a range of forward looking activities (with a time horizon to 2050) to provide the insights and knowledge required. The RECREATE project started in July 2013 and will run until June 2018.
Participants in the workshop can get their travel costs reimbursed up to Euros 550.
The objectives of the September workshop include:
- Presentation of the project's first results and findings
- Gathering stakeholders’ viewpoints and feedback
- Identification of future research and innovation funding needs in the relevant fields
The first day will also feature a presentation and discussion on the RECREATE scoreboard work package that is being developed to compare and benchmark the performance of Member States in terms of ‘Green Innovation’ and assess the implementation of the European Research Area in the fields of Climate Action, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials. The scorecard should be able to identify the main strengths and weaknesses of the various approaches pursued in the Member States and reflect on different opportunities as well as potential barriers and failures.
The day will be completed by a poster and networking session
On 24 September will feature a dual track with TRACK 1 looking at RECREATE’s evidence-based narratives on Climate Information Services, Nature Based Solutions, and Systemic Eco-Innovation and TRACK 2 discussing RECREATE’s Trends and Scenarios.
More information on the workshop can be found here and registration for the workshop is here.
This workshop is the second of four RECREATE workshops that will be held in Brussels to:
- Share information on the fields of Climate Change, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials.
- Enable networking with relevant stakeholders on these arenas
- Gather feedback on research needs, gaps and recommendations that contribute to creating a clear cut research and innovation agenda for the Horizon 2020
What does RECREATE do?
The overall objective of the project is to support the development of the European Union’s new research funding programme Horizon 2020, with a specific focus on Societal Challenge 5 - Climate Action, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials - by providing an evidence base.
To do this RECREATE will:
- Create, launch and manage a Stakeholder Network
- Develop and monitor indicators for assessing the impact of EU research and innovation programmes (including policy, economic, society, sustainability)
- Analyse technology, policy and market developments as well as policies and programmes as a basis for forward looking activities
- Produce quantitative and qualitative briefings with R&I information, trends and strategic options for EU research