S3 for SDGs in Catalonia
Towards a RIS3 focused on societal challenges (SDG)
Catalonia’s RIS3 (RIS3CAT) is based on 3 vectors that should enable Catalonia to tackle successfully the great social and economic challenges of the 21st century. These are industrial tradition, quality of life and green economy or circular economy, strongly connected with SDGs.
S3 for SDGs in South Finland (Etelä-Suomi)
Increasing material efficiency and clean energy adoption to support sustainable development
Supporting systemic transformation to low carbon economy is a key goal of RIS in South Karelia. The core of this competence is the strategic aligment with LUT University which is the top energy research university in Finland
S3 for SDGs in Puglia
Localizing SDGs in Puglia: looking for an integration between 2030 Agenda, S3 and public funds
In its current version of Smart Specialization Strategy, Puglia Region is specifically focussed on social and environmental dimensions of sustainability: the implementation of the policy mix is aimed at offering its target audience an approach...
S3 for SDGs in Lapland
Maintaining the balance of sustainable development is a key factor in the survival of Lapland
In the Lapland’s Arctic Specialisation Programme (S3) 2013 maintaining the sustainable development was foundation for the strategic choices and priorities. Lapland lives out its natural resources and natural conditions, so the ability to maintain balance in sustainable development is a key issue in view of its survival.
S3 for SDGs in Abruzzo
Sustainability for environment, society and economy – The "Pescara Charter", a regional model.
In November 2016, the Abruzzo Regional Council published the “Pescara Charter”, a pact between Abruzzo Regional Council and enterprise in order to follow the way of a sustainable industry. "Sustainable industry" has been officially identified by the Abruzzo Regional Council...
S3 for SDGs in the Northern Netherlands
Societal challenges in the Northern-Netherlands RIS3
The Northern Netherlands RIS3 is characteristic in the sense that already in the current strategy a link has been created between sustainable development and smart specialization. In contrast to more traditional strategies which focus on priority areas, or even sectors...