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  • Closed Lab  ·  15 members  ·  Last active

    Cocreate to innovate in greenhouse horticulture and professional urban farming

  • Open Lab  ·  17 members  ·  Last active

    Working environment for the lab of Arganda

  • Closed Lab  ·  12 members  ·  Last active

    Manages activities of Quart de Poblet living lab

  • Open Lab  ·  22 members

    Greetings from and welcome to Muğla CRFS Labs. Muğla CRFS Labs develops especially in the fisheries and more globally seafood value chains. Muğla CRFS Labs connects with organic aquaculture, microalgaes, microalgae-assisted integrated multi-trophic aquaculture to deliver healthy, sustainable, nutritious and culturally appropriate food, especially to the schooling sphere. Muğla CRFS Lab is composed by two specific sphere: 1) the policy sphere, labelled "CRFS Policy Lab", and; 2) the technology, business and social sphere, labelled "CRFS Living Lab" CRFS Policy Labs (CRFS-PL) are events in time and space to identify policy-based challenges in food systems, and implement system thinking activities to explore pathways for solutions via defining action plans, measures, pathways, and accompanying measures. For example: new education and training structures and resources needed to implement sustainable CRFS policy framework for policy-makers, or renewed policy frameworks to foster healthier and more sustainable food provision in the schooling sphere. CRFS Living Labs (CRFS-LL) have the same format but they are established to identify challenges in food systems related to technology, business and the society. They also implement system thinking activities to explore pathways for solutions. For example, a social innovation pathway e.g., co-creating a food sharing economic model to decrease 30% food waste in the fisheries sector by 2030, or a technology innovation pathway e.g., implementing nature-based solution to decrease 30% nutrients leaching in land-based farming by 2030. Muğla CRFS Lab furthers the conventional Multi Actor Approach (MMA) and practices a Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (F2M), inspired by FAO practices, and which are proven best practices to facilitate innovation cycles as such, foster demand-driven innovation action frameworks, pipelines and action tracks, and more evidence-based FoodNexus levers for change, supported by the genuine and sufficient involvement of various actors all along the project: from the participation in the planning of work and experiments, their execution, possible demonstration phase, up until the dissemination of results. Muğla CRFS Lab implements MMA virtual roundtable every month (agenda and invitation will circulate rapidly), occasionally many time a month.

  • Open Lab  ·  3 members

    Lahti Living Lab for Cities2030

  • Open Lab  ·  6 members

    Seinäjoki Living and Policy Lab actions

  • Open Lab  ·  7 members

    Activities of "The International Library La Vigna" Living Lab

  • Open Lab  ·  8 members

    Working environment for the Velika Gorica Policy and Living Lab

  • Open Lab  ·  10 members

    The city of Haarlem is a municipality in the Netherlands. With 160.000 habitants it’s in the category of middle sized cities. The municipality of Haarlem has initiated an extensive sustainability program that focuses on climate adaptation, energy transition and circular economy. As part of the implementation strategy for this program, several living labs have been created to test new concepts in a practical urban setting. Close cooperation between the municipal government, local business and business organizations, educational institutions and NGO’s has created an easily accessible network of expertise. Actual living labs, active over a period of two years now, include projects focusing on zero emission city logistics and combatting food waste. The Haarlem municipality plays an active part in the living labs in a coordinating capacity. Examples of living labs in the city of Haarlem: Haarlem is the action leader of the Urban Agenda Partnership on Public procurement. The Urban Agenda for the EU was launched in May 2016 with the Pact of Amsterdam. It represents a new multi-level working method promoting cooperation between Member States, cities, the European Commission and other stakeholders in order to stimulate growth, liveability and innovation in the cities of Europe and to identify and successfully tackle social challenges. The Partnership on Public procurement brings together urban authorities (Haarlem, Gabrovo, Larvik, Nantes, Preston, Vantaa), a Member State (Italy), observers and associations (CEMR, EUROCITIES, URBACT) and the European Commission (DG REGIO and DG GROW).

  • Open Lab  ·  9 members

    Belgian historic city at the North Sea with 118K inhabitants. A blend of industry, tourism and care facilities & institutions. Culinary hotspot with 10 Michelin stars and 2 famous cook schools. With the ambition to become a SDG Pioneer (UN initiative). Connected to the rural context Existing Foodlab with proven track record. Quadruple helix partnerships. Catering facility for local elderly population as well as for tourism. University college with focus on food & care

  • Closed Lab  ·  11 members

    Manages activities of Vidzeme living lab

  • Closed Lab  ·  7 members

    The Food lab in Vejle is promoted by Culinary Institute which is an existing platform to connect innovators and stakeholders in Food and Gastronomy.

  • Closed Lab  ·  7 members

    Murska Sobota is the largest town in Pomurje and the northernmost town in Slovenia. It is a typical sub-Pannonian settlement at an altitude of 190 meters. It is located not far from the border with neighboring countries Austria, Hungary and Croatia. It developed in the plain world on the left bank of the Mura River. The name "Sobota" originates from Saturday fairs, and later the adjective "Murska" was added because of the Mura River. It is the administrative, economic, cultural, educational and health center of the Pomurje region.

  • Closed Lab  ·  17 members

    Pollica, a rural village in the south of Italy, is the epicenter of Mediterranean lifestyle and the crossover point of history, culture and anthropology of this ancient heritage. The “Paideia Campus” in Pollica, is an experimental center where one can learn a new kind of sociality and live the concept of integral ecology, of which the Mediterranean diet is a concrete example. Everything is connected - environmental protection and human health, regeneration of the territory and citizens' well-being, social justice, and climate change. The Paideia Campus was created to teach how to see these connections and thus design a better future for Pollica, for the Mediterranean, and for the whole world.

  • Closed Lab  ·  10 members

    This lab hasn't provided a description.

  • Open Lab  ·  14 members

    Food for Iasi Living Lab is designed as a collaborative and innovative hub.

  • Closed Lab  ·  15 members

    Manages activities of Vicenza policy and living labs

  • Closed Lab  ·  4 members

    Manages activities of Bremerhaven living lab

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