Climate change makes awareness of world’s community towards new solutions for non-fossil energy. The sustainable transition from oil and gas to renewables is requiring huge efforts of society, governments and industries. In parallel, the paradigms of circular economy, waste treatment, quality of air and water is included in an agenda of institutions. The European Green Deal provides a roadmap with actions to boost the efficient use of resources by moving to environment, in which public utilities must re-examine and, in many cases, transform their business models. Technical assistance alliance’ members consult governments and companies on finding the best solutions for implementation of changes.
Freedom of movement of people and goods are two of the four basic freedoms of the European single market. Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area – Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system was revealed to daylight in 2011. European governments, societies and companies are facing issues in the long run to achieve key goals by 2050, both for passenger transport and freight. New paradigms of Mobility as Services and Sharing Economy and technology progress play significant role in reduction of conventionally-fuelled cars. Innovative intermodal solutions enable re-balancing of transport modes, by shifting from from road and air to rail and sea.
The digital society in Europe is being developed by advantage of all the benefits that the European Digital strategy provides. Digital technologies are also the major enabler for safety and security in various fields of daily life of citizens. Digital tools allow access to better social care, health monitoring and general resilience of society in prevention and reduction of risk of various natural and industrial disasters. The benefits of national and cross-border digital public services however facing number of challenges that local government needs to overcome. E-Democracy and E-Government processes is not developed enough across the European countries and facing both technological and regulatory obstacles.
We share the perception of an inclusive society which aims to empower and promote the social, economic, and political inclusion of all, irrespective of age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion, economic, or other status. However, even so called Western democracies are still facing wage gaps between genders and age, inequality in education affordability and jobs. Some groups of people still remain vulnerable, especially immigrants and jobless. We work to ensure evidence based analytical support to policy makers in order to shape societies which to be open and inclusive to all.
Contemporary life sciences emerged in the 20th century and those are widely used in current days, even in creation of health systems and food processing. In parallel, the technology innovations are widely used in health sector and agriculture. The newest scientific discoveries confirm close relation between health of population, living environment and nutrition patterns. We support policy makers and medicine practitioners to turn from healing approach towards prevention of diseases and efficient use of public incentives both in food and health sector.
The European Commission has declared the goal to make Europe a frontrunner in market-creating innovation and SME growth. We believe that fundamentals of overall European innovation landscape are grounded in national education systems as well as in early innovators’ funding principles of. The Global innovation index show serious gaps in innovation results across different European countries. Those correlate with outcomes of learning processes starting from early childhood, higher education, vocational and university studies. We provide sound analytical work for education policy practitioners and governmental bodies to ensure the best decisions on increasing learning efficiency in the fast changing world.