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Alpine Smart Working

In recent years, peripheral territories have often been considered as a dormitory, from which people commute daily to city centers. In the worst cases, people have to leave home in order to stay near their place of work. Small coworking spaces offer an alternative: people spend less time driving, thereby also contributing to reducing traffic and pollution, and don’t need to relocate to city centers, thereby improving their work-life balance.

Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Good Health and Well-being
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Business Analytics for a Sustainable Telecommunication Market

The telecommunication market is reaching saturation in terms of offered bandwidth, with new entrants who increase the sector’s competitiveness, thereby lowering prices and increasing players’ efficiency. Players hence need to find new opportunities and innovative lines of business.

Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure, Sustainable Cities and Communities
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Changing the game in household waste sorting

Households produce a variety of waste which require different disposal methods. However, in Lithuania, municipal solid waste that ends up at mechanical biological treatment plants consists of ~20% of reusable material. Despite the fact that food waste is the main cause of contamination in other recycling streams, the skills of Kaunas region population in segregation of kitchen and food waste are almost non-existing.

Sustainable Cities and Communities, Climate Action, Clean Water and Sanitation, Responsible Consumption and Production
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Climate neutral Campus in Europe

ECIU University wants to contribute to making our cities sustainable and therefore, seeks for learners who take responsibility and shape a sustainable future with new mindsets, behaviours, ways of learning, thinking and working in support of new solutions, technologies and innovations. The big idea is to develop a climate neutral campus with innovative ideas and bold solutions and thereby, advance climate protection and reduce CO2 production.

Sustainable Cities and Communities, Climate Action
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Increasing energy sustainability among consumers

Lithuania is striving to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) to become carbon neutral by 2050, therefore, the engagement of public and private actors is crucial. The energy sector is transforming by applying new regulations and modern technologies, it is becoming greener, more decentralized, and empowers consumers more than ever.

Sustainable Cities and Communities, Climate Action, Affordable and Clean Energy