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Building responsible research and innovation ecosystems through shared agendas. The case of the B30 territory

In SeeRRI, the Catalan Government and the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) have worked with regional stakeholders to co-design a pilot project in the B-30 territory. The pilot project implemented in 2019 and 2020 has attempted to answer two questions:

  • How can RIS3 promote RRI as a way to better address the Sustainable Development Goals and promote pathways for a more sustainable, inclusive and fair development?
  • How can the UAB contribute to a research and innovation ecosystem more responsible and sustainable, which addresses the SDGs and promotes pathways for a more sustainable, inclusive and fair development?

The document “Building  responsible research and innovation ecosystems through shared agendas. The case of the B30 territory“ describes how these two questions have been addressed in the SeeRRI B30 pilot project through a shared agenda for zero waste.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement nº 824588.

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Actors and activities responsible of the monitoring and evaluating of the entire implementation process are represented by the L3 Co-governance line.

Know more about the roles of the Co-Governance line for the SeeRRI Implementation Pathway:
https://stations.seerri.eu/co-governance

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