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01 Dec 2015 Sustainable Futures Forum

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The Forum will cover:

 

  • Sustainable solutions for Smart Cities
  • Sustainable energy provision
  • Internationalising tomorrow’s businesses
  • Application of Open Innovation model
  • Sustainable transport

 

There will also be a panel discussion followed by a networking lunch. A full programme is attached above.

 

This free event will showcase the University’s contribution through the following 3 European Union funded Interreg IVB projects to the sustainability of Birmingham and the West Midlands region:

 

  • Bioenergy North West, which aims to deliver small scale bioenergy schemes using local biomass
  • Energetic Algae, which aims to resolve technological and legislative bottlenecks for deploying sustainable algal based biomass, bioenergy and bioremediation technologies
  • Living Labs Application, which fosters user driven innovation to prepare startups for European success

 

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A full copy of the programme is available to download here

 

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