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  • By Mikael Vainio

Sohjoa Last Mile Survey - the obstacles of automated public transport in the European Single Market

Feedback is sought on automated public transport obstacles in the European single market. The survey results will be used in the Sohjoa Last Mile research project and answers will be processed anonymously. The aim of the Sohjoa Last Mile project is to promote the development of autonomous public transport and improve the first and last mile passenger experience of urban transport in particular.

  • By Ingvild Jacobsen

Partner search: Horizon 2020 call, connected vehicles

Businesses in Herøya Industrial park in Norway are interested in joining established consortia for the Horizon 2020 call DT-ART-05-2020- Efficient and safe connected and automated heavy commercial vehicles in real logistics operations

  • By Ingvild Jacobsen

Partner search: Polish partner for an EEA Grants call on Green Industry Innovation.

A company in the Oslo region in Norway, WAI Environmental Solutions, is looking for a Polish Partner to cooperate with for the upcoming EEA-call for Green Industry Innovation. The aim of the call is to support business investments that lead to better waste management, energy efficiency, reduced atmospheric emissions and more efficient materials management.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Partner search Erasmus+: History and its effect on today’s youth

History and its effect on today’s youth Shaping Europe’s future together   Østfold County Council Østfold is a county located southeast of Oslo, at the Swedish border. Østfold has an area of 4,186 km², and 265,000 inhabitants. The most important business sectors are agriculture, forestry and industry. The county council's main task is to act as a regional developer.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Partner search Erasmus+: History and its effect on today’s youth.

  History and its effect on today’s youth Shaping Europe’s future together   Østfold County Council Østfold is a county located southeast of Oslo, at the Swedish border. Østfold has an area of 4,186 km², and 265,000 inhabitants. The most important business sectors are agriculture, forestry and industry. The county council's main task is to act as a regional developer.

  • By Ingvild Jacobsen

The Green Deal and the Nordic Capitals: Urban solutions to climate, nature, and biodiversity challenges

A EU Green Week partner event will share best practices and challenges from the Nordic capitals on how to integrate urbanism with care for biodiversity, nature, climate and circularity.