JustGreen is a COSME project which aims to develop strategies to ensure the Social economy is part of the green transition.
The JustGreen project is a COSME project with aims to support the green transition of social economy organisations.
The project has three key objectives :
Those objectives are completed with a transversal one : fostering social entrerpreneurship by targeting work integation of vulnerable groups and unmet social needs.
The project gathers five partners :
It is funded under the call COS-SEM-2020-4-01 from February 2021 until January 2022.
The total budget of the project € 96.123.
In the framework of the JustGreen project, ENSIE, with the support of all the partner prepared "Guidelines for municipalities" in which are developed policy examples and suggestions of what local authorities can do to support the green transition of their local social economy ecosystem. From public procurement to organisational and financial support, citizen dialogue or the development of labels, you will find multiple ideas to develop local policies.
All the partners were finally able to meet in Comune di Mozzo, Italy, from November 17 to November 20 for the third project meeting which had a focus on "Short Food Supply Chains".
The partners met online at the end of September for the second workshop, this time focused on decarbonisation. On the programme : a guest lecture on what is decarbonisation with Ryszard Marszowski from the GIG Research Institute in Katowice; various virtual visits of social enterprises, group exercises, good practices exchanges and the thrid session of the working groups.
Between the 14th and the 18th June, the JustGreen project held its first workshop. It was a great opportunity to meet each other and to start exchanging about circular economy and the social economy sector.
During the week, many good practices have been presented from all the countries of the partnership, with a spcial focus on the social economy organisation working for the green transition in the region of Municipio de Vila Nova de Familicao.
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