CEE Community LAB - New series of climate innovation events

The CEE Community LAB, was launched by EIT Climate-KIC and partners in October this year to spark climate impact partnerships in Central and Eastern Europe.

The first series of events in October has already started to build a community of climate innovators in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Today, the CEE Community LAB opens registration for the second series of webinars during November, covering climate-positive agriculture, green growth/reindustrialisation, energy efficiency, and building trust.

The webinars are a part of the CEE Community LAB’s efforts to build diverse, action-oriented partnerships that identify and address regional climate change priorities. Seed funding of up to EUR 20 000 is available for cross-border projects, and proposals can be submitted by participants who have attended at least two Community LAB events.

Discover CEE Community LAB

The following events are open to anyone interested in building cross-country collaborations to combat climate change in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE region).


12 November - 9:00 a.m. (CET)

New thinking in food systems and climate-positive agriculture.

Register via Zoom here.

Meeting ID: 817 6745 0386 / Passcode: 107913


17 November - 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (CET)

The new economic model: We live better if we rebalance our relationship with nature (Ashoka Changemakers Summit 2020 panel).

Speakers:

  • Uygar Özesmi, Ashoka Fellow, Good4Trust.org
  • Brandon Dennison, Ashoka Fellow, Coalfield Development
  • Gonzalo Saenz de Miera, Director of Climate Change at Iberdrola
  • Corina Murafa, Ashoka Romania & Next Now Climate and Planet

To join the discussion, please register for the ACS 2020 and follow the link to the panel here.

Discussion with Central and Eastern Europe climate changemakers on reindustrialisation.

Register via Zoom here.

Meeting ID: 811 3293 0960 / Passcode: 134552


23 November - 4:00 p.m. (CET)

Innovation and collaboration for energy efficiency.

Speakers:

  • Amory Lovins, Ashoka Fellow, Chairman/Chief Scientist at Rocky Mountain Institute
  • Neil McCabe, Ashoka Fellow, The Green Plan (TBC)

Register via Zoom here.


25 November - 3:00 p.m. (CET)

Building trust in Central and Eastern Europe’s climate community.

Register via Zoom here.


Timing provided here is for guidance only. Please visit the event website for up-to-date information.