EU-ASEAN Practitioner Talk Series 2

Green technologies are key to sustainable new products, services and manufacturing processes, which are essential for realizing Green Growth. They combine the opportunity to fuel economic growth and socio-economic development with a high potential to contribute to sustainable development, environmental improvements, reduction of greenhouse gases, reduction or mitigation of the effects of climate change and achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The transfer of Green Technologies must address in particular the following needs: • Identify green technologies which meet the specific needs and priorities of ASEAN member states and which are aligned with local issues; • Analyse the feasibility of such green technologies in the ASEAN context and instigate their successful transfer; • Identify in particular green technologies which contribute to the reduction of CO2 and other green house gases in cities, rural areas, industry, SMEs, energy sector and traffic; while at the same time also creating economic benefits for enterprises and local communities and new sustainable employment; • Embed such initiatives in ambitious development strategies which make new technologies available in response to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); and • Support local capacity building to upgrade enterprises’, researchers’ and other stakeholders’ technology levels and capability to apply such new green technologies successfully.
A webinar series aims to identify high-potential thematic topics and candidate organisations for EU-ASEAN green technology transfer, in sectors which offer the highest value potential for green growth. Thus, demonstrating the feasibility and sustainability of green technology transfer and cooperation and building up capacity, competency and skills in successful EU-ASEAN pilot projects where European and ASEAN researchers or industries agree to transfer such green technologies. These green technology transfer activities will be accompanied by sectoral application-related capacity development and funding access to EU programmes.
On Tuesday, November 30, 2021, 15:30 – 18:00 VN time, the a webinar based Practitioner talk offers you the opportunity to connect and participate, learn and share experiences on the topic of Sustainable Food Chains.
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Promo Material To GreenTech Session @ European R&I Days ASEAN on 16 November

Description: The European Union and ASEAN have a long record of successful Research & Development and socio-economic cooperation. The new objective is now to extend this cooperation towards jointly building up Green technologies and the capacities and competencies to develop and apply these successfully.

 

The GreenTech initiative seeks to achieve this through dedicated transfer of Green Technologies, collaborative EU-ASEAN Research & Development and related capacity building. This session will showcase initiatives and successful collaborations through this sub-project of the EREADI program.

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Programme:

Part 1: Aerosol research for Covid-19 infection protection

Part 2: Advanced additive Manufacturing

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EU INDUSTRY WEEK 2021 – Cooperating with Europe for Green Manufacturing Technologies

Vietnam and its ASEAN neighbours have emerged as important manufacturing hubs in the international economy and. The growing demand for environmentally sound, resource- and energy-efficient products and manufacturing creates a hunger for new “Green” manufacturing technologies. With its rich technology and research landscape, innovative enterprises, and dedicated Green Growth strategies, Europe is a unique source of such Green technologies. Thus, EU-ASEAN technology cooperation and B2B partnerships can create huge mutual benefit.

This two-day meeting will bring together businesses, innovators, policy makers and other stakeholders to discuss the state-of-the-art in Green manufacturing and opportunities for EU-ASEAN cooperation and technology transfer.

If you want to upgrade your manufacturing technology base or if you work on innovative technologies – meet future partners at our event!

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The event is organized by the Binh Duong Province (BECAMEX) in partnership with the European Commission and supported by the E-READI dialogue.

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Việt Nam và các nước láng giềng ASEAN đã nổi lên như một trung tâm sản xuất quan trọng trong nền kinh tế quốc tế và. Nhu cầu ngày càng tăng đối với các sản phẩm và sản xuất có hiệu quả về mặt môi trường, tài nguyên và năng lượng tạo ra sự khao khát đối với các công nghệ sản xuất “Xanh” mới. Với bối cảnh nghiên cứu và công nghệ phong phú, các doanh nghiệp sáng tạo và chiến lược Tăng trưởng Xanh tận tâm, Châu Âu là nguồn cung cấp các công nghệ Xanh độc đáo như vậy. Do đó, hợp tác công nghệ EU-ASEAN và quan hệ đối tác B2B có thể tạo ra lợi ích chung rất lớn.

Cuộc họp kéo dài hai ngày này sẽ quy tụ các doanh nghiệp, các nhà đổi mới, các nhà hoạch định chính sách và các bên liên quan khác để thảo luận về tính tiên tiến trong sản xuất Xanh và các cơ hội hợp tác EU-ASEAN và chuyển giao công nghệ.

Nếu bạn muốn nâng cấp cơ sở công nghệ sản xuất của mình hoặc nếu bạn làm việc trên các công nghệ tiên tiến – hãy gặp gỡ các đối tác trong tương lai tại sự kiện của chúng tôi!

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Sự kiện này do tỉnh Bình Dương (BECAMEX) phối hợp với Ủy ban Châu Âu tổ chức và được hỗ trợ bởi đối thoại E-READI.

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New events contract for the European Committee of the Regions

In June, Pracsis organized the first two events of its new contract with the European Committee of the Regions. The first, “Gender Parity in Politics,” was planned as a webinar, but the second “EuroPCom 2020″—one of CoR’s annual flagship events—was originally scheduled as a physical conference. Coronavirus restrictions meant that Pracsis had to shift everything online.

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Pracsis expands its digital services to meet challenges of the pandemic

 

 

 

 

 

Pracsis had to adjust quickly to COVID-19 confinement measures. And as an events company, this came as a particular challenge. Almost overnight, Pracsis had to retool its operations to continue delivering quality event services to its clients. Bidding adieu to physical gatherings, the team worked incredibly hard to research, train, and transition to online video conferencing.

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Pracsis wins bid for second phase of Sustainable Energy Investment Forums

Pracsis has won a four-year framework contract to support energy efficiency investment in the EU through the organisation of public conferences, roundtables, and webinars. The contract, issued by EASME, is the second phase of Sustainable Energy Investment Forums, the successful three-year project led by Pracsis that resulted in the organisation of 58 events in 14 EU member states.

Together with its consortium partners—Climate Alliance, EC Network, and Fedarene—Pracsis will continue this important work, but at an increased volume and in a (mostly) different set of countries; organising public conferences and closed meetings to engage with representatives of the financial sector, public authorities, and businesses involved in the financing of sustainable energy projects at the EU and national levels.

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International IP Stakeholders Meeting

Pracsis manages the Southeast Asia IP Helpdesk, which offers comprehensive advice and services to SMEs preparing to branch out into the region or those already there. Staff from PRACSIS’s offices in Brussels and Ho Chi Minh City work with and a network of IP experts across SE Asia to provide free support to European chambers of commerce, European trade associations, and other European SME business/entrepreneurship networks and incubators, both in Europe and South-East Asia.

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SEI Forums, the past six months

On 11 June, Pracsis organised the 35th(!) and final event of its SEI Forums contract with the European Commision (EASME). The event took place in Sofia and was a continuation of the successful regional conference on financing energy efficiency in Central and South-Eastern Europe held in Sofia in June 2018.

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CASP kicks off

In April, Pracsis and Ernst & Young organized seven kickoff meetings in Brussels for their new framework contract on consumer product safety, managed by CHAFEA, the Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency of the European Commission.

 

For the next four years, Pracsis will be responsible for all event logistics as well as communicating and disseminating the outcome of the project activities to all relevant stakeholders.

Pracsis and EY are now organizing a series of knowledge sharing and lab visits in several EU countries that will take place before the new year.

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PRACSIS continues event support for energy efficiency financing across Europe

PRACSIS was responsible for promotion and marketing of the events plus all practical organisation and logistics, gathering project developers, public authorities, banks, and other players from the finance sector interested in energy efficiency investment. In total, around 500 people attended the events, with another 350 following the live webstream.

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