Living-in.EU 8th plenary meeting with signatories, 27 January 2022
The European Commission has opened applications for the 2022 New European Bauhaus prizes.
On 16 December 2021, the Living-in.EU Legal and Ethics subgroup had the opportunity to discuss the implications and effects of the Artificial Intelligence Act proposal on European cities.
The budget for this first call is 25 million euros. The deadline date to submit project proposals is 22nd March, 2022.
The CitizensHack2022 is an opportunity for EU citizens to work on their real-life problems in collaboration with researchers and contribute to creating a more inclusive society, prosperous local economy, and sustainable future.
The phenomena of Green Washing is a troubling trend and is driven by the need for funds to provide ESG investments which in turn encourages "creative" reporting of sustainable benchmarks.