ENGAGEgreen

The Erasmus+ project "Enhancing Institutional Capacities for Policy Engagement for Green and Digital Transitions" is funded by the European Commission and is being carried out by the Rhine-Main Universities together with five European partners.

The project, which will run from October 2023 to March 2026, will pilot and implement various dialogue and meeting formats, create good practice examples, a policy engagement toolkit and training materials for conducting face-to-face and virtual workshops. The activities are aimed at researchers at all career levels (R1-R4), students and representatives from politics, administration and practice.

About the Project

Policy Engagement Toolkit (work in progress)

News

30 May 2024

Webinar: Engaging Green Policy Decision Making

Event organised by Università Ca'Foscari Venezia as part of the ENGAGEgreen project Thursday, 30 May 2024, 15.00-16.30 hrs.

Speeches followed by panel:
  • Michele Costola, Università Ca'Foscari Venezia: The Impact of Sustainability on Firm Valuation and Investor Decisions
  • Sven Gentner, European Commission: The role of financial markets in green transition
  • Miria A. Pigato, World Bank's Consultant: The political economy of domestic climate change policies

Please find the Zoom here link on the attached announcement.




24 April 2024

Science and Society: The case of French research policy

On 24 April 2024 the University of Granada, through MediaLab UGR, in collaboration with the Erasmus Plus EngageGreen project, organised the hybrid seminar "Science and Society: the case of French research policy" presented by Florence Belaën. 

Florence Belaën is a prominent professional at the intersection of science, culture, and society, from Université Lumière Lyon 2. The session will focused on the connection between science and society, referencing the evolution of research policy in France, especially how these policies are promoting a more effective integration of science with the needs and expectations of society. This topic is particularly relevant at a time when trust in academic knowledge faces significant challenges and the need for a fruitful dialogue between science and society has never been more critical.

Contact

Research Support
Goethe University Frankfurt am Main

Theodor-W.-Adorno-Platz 1
D-60323 Frankfurt am Main

Phone: +49 69 798 12132 / 12135
Email: science-policy@uni-frankfurt.de