In this new article, Bahman Morteza Etezadibehzadi shares his expertise about & instruments that support especially &

“The Plant Protein Extractor will be fully and we are attempting to it to be manufactured to the largest extent possible. What this means is that anyone anywhere in the world will be free to make the device for themselves, their , or their own ,” says Joshua Pearce in our joint with Tiberius Brastaviceanu at .

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funding programmes can easily feel overwhelming. In a recurring column at , Bahman Morteza Etezadibehzadi helps you to maintain an overview of funding instruments, to put the informative puzzle together properly and to identify factors that can make proposal applications successful.

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In the end, EU funding programmes hold great for & .

“Our has the potential to disrupt the sector and create tangible and not only in , but also in further ,” says Dr. Nikola Markovic of Impact Network in our interview, together with Marina Petrović and Robert Pasicko of UNDP Alternative Lab as well as Rawad Rizk of , about their programme collaboration:

“The challenges of are far too big for one company to resolve them on their own. Many now realise that not only do they make the easier for themselves when they join forces with others, but they also make much faster when they with others,” says Joana Schönborn of the consultancy Sustainable Thinking about their Klima thinking circle, a and

will immutably register usage on the and automatically make instant split to all parties involved in providing the service,” says Henk Kuipers of Rabobank when we speak about their project collaboration in the accelerator programme as well as about CiSe, the network.

like with their innate characteristics of , recordability, , and , offer a variety of advanced solutions that actually capture that ‘proof of good service’ for and ,” says Areti Kampyli of when we speak about their project in the accelerator programme.

“Why shouldn’t organisations benefit from the with in the same way than others such as corporates do? We aspired to build a programme that would help grow awareness of public sector’s eagerness to interact and adopt those in order to improve their services to ,” says Pierre Baisle in our with him, Katy Ho & Dr. Robert M. Learney of Digital Catapult about their contributions.

“We are using to help the better and differentiate their products on the back of their , creating with provable claims and back to their origin,” says Erik Zvaigzne of when we speak with him, as well as Marina Petrović & Robert Pašičko of UNDP Alt Fin Lab, about their collaboration.

in the and of , an active and informed that has the capacity to transform and add value to urgent decisions that affect them, as well as public management models that learn to and replicate positive in a flexible and fast way, would be good starting points to approach & just societies,” says Anna Higueras in our at .

“Peer-to-peer energy sharing coupled with , charging, storage and management of the system within a method would be an excellent marriage of technologies and for a more and inclusive ,” says Alex D’Elia in our series at .

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“The next step is to replicate this of Concept with other companies in the , both product owners who dispose of for and with that collect, and the devices to final users,” says David Franquesa in our series at .

We speak about the and project of David Franquesa, Natalia Moreno & Carles Peidró García in the accelerator.

“For me, one of the most important characteristics of is that they help us think really hard about how to certain ,” says Alice MacNeil in our series at .

Alice MacNeil is the DLT4EU Programme Manager at the Metabolic Institute.

“Several projects in the Collabathons space alone have already been developed and are ready to use, and I can only see the Collabathon growing in this space, as well as others, in the future.,” says Arnav Khanna in our series at .

We speak about the of Karolina Gorna, Arnav Khanna and Anshu Kumar Jain in the Consumer Disclosure Working Group at the Open Collabathon.

“Because cooperating via is simply the most efficient way to make and create , I believe that ultimately most things will be produced in this way – it is just a question of time,” says @samtuke in our series .

Sam Tuke is a serial Open Source entrepreneur and CEO of mailtech startup Lightmeter.

“Every in the has a few that want to tackle in an equitable way, we are hoping they will use our to become an Originator, and get started,” says Franz Hochstrasser in our at .

Franz Hochstrasser is the CEO and Co-Founder of Raise Green, and New Haven Community Solar.

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