Biocircularcities to share its experience in stakeholders engagement

Stakeholders engagement has been an important part of the Biocircularcities project. As you learnt here, at each stage of the work, from the selection of the biowaste chain to the development and validation of alternative scenarios, the local stakeholders of the three pilot areas are involved. Thanks to a precise recruitment procedure, local pilots have been able to recruit and activate relevant stakeholders. Their inputs have been crucial in the development of the new value chains.

Strong of this success, the Biocircularcities will share its experience in engaging stakeholders with like-minded projects during a webinar organised by Biomodel4regions and CEE2ACT on 22 June.

During this session, no less than six projects will exchange experience on co-creation events, workshops coordination, living labs to better implement EU-funded bioeconomy projects.

Biocircularcities will tell its story of engaging stakeholders through Living Labs and Peer Review sessions.