Joining Forces for a Successful Regional Transition:
Experiences and Lessons Learnt on Fostering Collaboration
Achieving a successful transition of industrial areas and regions into low carbon innovation hotspots requires creative solutions, forward-thinking and new collaborations. By taking on board research, society and industrial representatives, it is expected that new, as well as more sustainable solutions, will be created in the region. But what does successful stakeholder involvement for industrial transformation look like?
We warmly invite you to join the Re-Industrialise Study Visit from Oct 28 – 30, where we will be diving deeper into experiences and lessons learnt on fostering successful collaborations.
This study visit will connect you with experts and practitioners in North Rhine-Westphalia who have actively worked with diverse actors to foster a regional transition – also in the form of Real World Labs. During site visits, workshops, and discussions you’ll be able to exchange ideas with peers and experts on how impactful collaboration can be achieved and how new ideas, that turn your region into a low carbon innovation hotspot, can be fostered!
Further Information can be found here.
The agenda is available here.
Or contact Dorit Lehr [email@example.com] directly.
Interested to participate?
Who can attend the Study Visit?
Practitioners from regions that move towards a low carbon transition are invited to participate in the study visit.
By submitting your application, you agree that your name, medium, country of residence and e-mail address will appear on the list shared with all participants. Application is possible via the registration link on our website.
The deadline for applications is October 6th 2019. We will inform you of the outcome of your application on a rolling basis but no later than 10th of October 2019. Please make sure to have access to your e-mail, and check the spam folder. In that event, we ask you to confirm your participation. Otherwise we will give your place to another applicant.
How much does it cost?
No costs occur for the programme of the study visit, but accommodation [approx. 450 EUR] and transportation to and from the location have to be covered by the participants. A limited number of stipends are available.
In case you are interested in a stipend, please mark this accordingly in the registration form. We will primarily support representatives from NGOs, and regional governments in their participation. We will evaluate your registration accordingly and will give you feedback a week after your application.
What languages will be spoken?
Presentations during the workshop will be in English.
What about travel arrangements during the tour?
Local transport during the tour will be organised by the Re-Industrialise Team. Participants are kindly asked to organise their own travel to and from Germany.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch with Dorit Lehr (firstname.lastname@example.org).