(12 October 2016) – On Tuesday evening, the European Commission’s RegioStars Awards ceremony took place in Brussels, as part of the European Week of Regions and Cities. This yearly EU-wide competition puts the spotlight on the most innovative and inspiring EU funded projects within Cohesion Policy.
And the the winners are:
- Emerging opportunities in the global economy: “Copenhagen Cleantech Cluster” (Denmark / Capital Region of Denmark)
- Circular Economy: “Centro Bio: bio-industries, bio-reffineries and bio-products” (Portugal / Centro)
- Integrated living – building inclusive and non-segregated communities: “Academy of Social Economy” (Poland / Malopolska Region)
- Sustainable urban development: “Revitalisation of Lower Town District in Gdansk” (Poland / Pomorskie Voivodeship)
- Making a difference by managing differently: “Transparency Initiative Jonvabaliai (Firebirds)” (Lithuania)