News & Events

CERESiS joint forces with two other Horizon 2020 projects, GOLD and Phy2Climate and co-organized a webinar in phytoremediation. The aim was to bridge the gap between remediation of contaminated land and the production of clean energy by discussing how to determine best energy crops to grow on contaminated land through the presentation of real research data generated from the three projects.

This workshop was part of the activities of the BIKE project and CERESiS, in collaboration with other similar projects, participated to share key findings and outputs and to discuss the production of biomass feedstock with low ILUC risks. The overall aim of the workshop was to gather views and results from a series of ongoing and recent Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe projects, developing solutions to sustainably produce low ILUC risk biomass feedstock for industrial uses.

The CERESiS consortium partners have met both virtually and physically on November 10th and 11th 2022 at Viterbo, Italy. This meeting was organized and hosted by the University of Tuscia to discuss and communicate the work that has been done so far within the project. The main objective of this meeting was to perform a follow up of the project’s activities and actions up to Month 24 of the project and define the next steps in order to ensure its success.

This newsletter aims to present the progress made in the first 18 months of CERESiS project.

The focus of this first issue is on Regulatory & Legal issues.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No. 101006717.