Are you looking for partners to join and contribute to your project proposal under the Horizon2020 Green Deal Call – Demonstration of systemic solutions for the territorial deployment of the circular economy?
The paper-making consortium ECOVPRINT based in Città di Castello, in Umbria, one of the AER member regions, could be the right partner to join your project!
About the European Green Deal Call
Green Deal Call, worth €1 billion, has been launched on the 18th of September. It is the last call of the Horizon 2020 Programme and just ahead of the launch of Horizon Europe, the next research and innovation programme kicking-off in 2021.
The Green Deal Call is all about making Europe the first climate-neutral continent by 2050, with a sustainable and inclusive economy. This is the opportunity to contribute to shaping a fair and greener society.
The structure of the call is mirroring the European Green Deal. Among the ten thematic areas, Demonstration of systemic solutions for the territorial deployment of the circular economy – LC-GD-3-2-2020 seeks for proposals enabling to decouple economic growth from resource use and to ensure a swift transition to climate-neutral and circular solutions.
ECOVPRINT is a consortium of companies specialized in paper-making and it is willing to put their expertise into the development and implementation of concrete actions. To this aim, ECOVPRINT is eager to get involved as a partner in projects in the framework of the Green Deal Call, Topic LC-GD-3-2-2020 “Demonstration of systemic solutions for the territorial deployment of the circular economy“.
Small Medium Enterprises’ members of the consortium produce packaging of paperboard, the printing of all kinds, paper and paperboard products, durable and non-durable displays with components also of metal, plastic, and wood. In particular, ECOVPRINT can provide his experience in order to improve the social and environmental impact of the life cycle of the products concerned.
Considering the increasing global consumption and growing pressure on resources, boosting circular economy solutions can limit the environmental impact and waste of resources, increase competitiveness, improve the security of the supply of raw materials. This is even more relevant at the current time in light of the EU’s recovery from the adverse socio-economic and environmental impacts of the COVID-19 crisis.
If you are interested in ECOVPRINT to join your project proposal and contribute to its further development, contact AER Project Unit by 16 December 2020.
|Agnese Pantaloni (AER)