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The Future of Mobility by the University of Portsmouth, 30th September 2020, online

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Webinar on Business Opportunities for Marine Technologies and Smart Solutions for isolated territories including islands and ports, 1st October 2020, online

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Creating Business Opportunities from Waste Fishing Nets, 28th May 2020, 4pm GMT online

This webinar will share the findings of a report into new thinking on Circular Business Models and Circular Design related to waste fishing gear.

As part of the EC funded Blue Circular Economy(BCE) project, The Centre for Sustainable Design at Business School for the Creative Industries at UCA and Anois have authored a report that provides an update on EC's Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) developments, and new thinking on Circular Business Models and Circular Design related to (waste) fishing gear.

The report can be downloaded from this link http://www.cfsd.org.uk/research .

This webinar will share the findings of the report and provide an opportunity to ask questions.

The event is free of charge but you need to register via rcarruthers@uca.ac.uk by sending your name, job title and organisation. On receipt, you will be sent instructions to join the webinar.

Blue Circular Economy is funded by Northern Periphery & Arctic (NPA) Programme (European Regional Development Fund) that is being organised between 2018-2021). Free mentoring on eco-innovation related to waste fishing gear is available for eligible companies with less than 250 employees based in the NPA region (Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland west coast of Republic of Ireland, northern areas of Scotland, Northern Ireland (except for Belfast), Greenland and Faroe Islands). For more information on SME support for companies in the NPA region email Richard on rigl@ntnu.no or Arron arron.w.tippett@ntnu.no

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Posted 2020-05-06 09:20:13

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