The Russian war against Ukraine requires Europe to continue working on deploying renewable energies, ensuring the security of energy supplies, and looking at the interdependencies between the Member States across the industrial supply chains.
The European Clusters Alliance invites clusters and businesses to an online meeting with Ukrainian representatives to explore collaboration opportunities between Ukraine and the European Union in the agri-food sector.
The European Cluster Collaboration Platform invites you to the next EU Clusters Talk “Live from Vilnius: Responsible and sustainable agri-food supply chain solutions” on 27th April 2022, 08:30 – 09:30 CEST.
The new geopolitical and energy market reality requires us to drastically accelerate the clean energy transition and increase Europe's energy independence from unreliable suppliers and volatile fossil fuels.
The European Cluster Collaboration Platform is delighted to invite you to the second “Clusters meet Regions” workshop, entitled: “Baltic region clusters in eliminating risks, creating resilience, and strengthening local and European value chains in the face of geopolitical challenges”.