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Register now for the webinar ‘Data spaces: experiences from the European Green Deal’

Save the date for 15 March to learn more about data spaces and sustainability

On 15 March 2024 from 10:00 to 11:30 CET, our webinar on ‘Data spaces: experiences from the European Green Deal’ is set to provide valuable insights into the role of data spaces in advancing sustainability within the European data economy. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain insights from experts of the Green Deal Dataspace on its current state of play, lessons learned on building data spaces, best practices, and challenges faced in this endeavor.

The European Green Deal provides a plan for Europe to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions by 55% in 2030 and to become a climate-neutral continent by 2050. In this context, an initiative emerged earlier this year to address the urgent need for sustainability and resilience: the Green Deal Dataspace. This innovative platform, designed as an open ecosystem, aims to facilitate the exchange and utilisation of data crucial to advancing sustainability goals. In line with this, the data.europa academy is excited to announce an upcoming webinar titled 'Data spaces: experiences from the European Green Deal.'

The webinar will feature presentations led by experts engaged in projects within the Green Deal Dataspace framework who will talk about critical topics such as the significance of data spaces in driving sustainability, the essential steps in building these platforms, and the path forward for data spaces in Europe. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of data's role in achieving environmental goals.

Save the date and register for the webinar to join this important conversation on data spaces and sustainability. Do not miss out on this opportunity to learn more about the Green Deal Dataspace and contribute to the advancement of sustainability efforts in Europe. 

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