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

Advisory Board (work in progress)  Foto: Dettmar

Virtual Toolkit (work in progress)

News

16 February 2024

Call for Applications

NEW: TRANSNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP SCHEME

The Rhine-Main-Universities not only offer an ENGAGEgreen fellowship programme for policy professions interested in issues of green and digital transition, but are currently also developing a transnational fellowship scheme for policy professionals of EU Institutions and international organisations in cooperation with the University of Granada, Lumière University Lyon 2, and BETA Technological Centre (University of Vic/Central University of Catalonia).

This transnational scheme would enable policy professionals of the 2024/2025 fellowship cohort who are interested in issues of green and digital transitions to meet researchers in Granada, Lyon, Barcelona, or Vic in 2025.  

12 March 2024, Brussels, Belgium

A New Boost for Europe's Green Transition with R&I

KEY TECHNOLOGIES FOR OUR FUTURE

With the 2023 revision of the European Strategic Energy Technology (SET) Plan, the European Commission has identified the financial, political and societal challenges that need to be addressed in order to promote the development and establishment of key technologies for the Green transition. The promotion of new technologies is a cross-cutting task for EU institutions, national governments, businesses and science alike. 

The event brought together researchers from the technical, economic and social sciences with representatives of the European Commission to discuss technical innovations for green transition and the political an financial frameworks for the developement and application of key technologies.

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