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Chris Hopkins's picture
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With the GreenEcoNet Final Conference exploring moves toward circular economy for SMEs, we're po

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Come along to GreenEcoNet's Final Conference on 26th May, hosted by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels. Our theme for this final event will be "Moving towards a circular economy: Challenges and opportunities for SMEs’’. We hope to see you there.

Roberto RINALDI's picture
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On April 20th at 14:00 BST, the GreenEcoNet team is organising a

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The Circular Economy paradigm may offer enterprises a new crop of opportunities, but SMEs risk being left behind because the complexity of the discussion and of the instruments are unsurmountable barriers to exploitation. A systematically organised and stakeholders centred framework is necessary to give SMEs access to these opportunities: in the report the authors develop such a framework.

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'.

Chris Hopkins's picture
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With GreenEcoNet at COP21 for our SME side event and the seemingly positive outcome of the Paris Agreement, the G

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The European Commission provides incentives for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) to adopt green solutions through the so-called H2020 (Horizon 2020).

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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.

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