Can’t make forthcoming EU Environment events? Don’t worry, you can watch them on ESKTN TV!

The Environmental Sustainability Knowledge Transfer Network’s (KTN) live webstreaming service ESKTN TV is bringing 2 events to you in May to help with your EU activity. And the good news is you don’t have to leave your desk!

On the 11th, they will be in London at the 2012 CIP Eco-innovation funding call UK National Information Day where National Contact Point Ewa Bloch and Astrid Geiger, Deputy Head of Eco-innovation at the Executive Agency for Competitiveness & Innovation (EACI) will tell you everything you need to know about this important funding opportunity for collaborative eco-innovation projects.

On the 16th they will be webcasting from Dublin, where the KARIM IWA WCE 2012 Open Forum is taking place at the World Congress on Water, Climate and Energy. This event will showcase knowledge and emerging technologies for environmental solutions in water and agriculture from Lancaster University, University College Dublin and organizations from across North West Europe, including rapid fire pitches from SMEs with business and research project ideas.

Both events will be covered LIVE on ESKTN TV. You can see preview trailers for both events there now, and on our YouTube channel where you can also catch up on past ESKTN TV recordings.

2 Responses to “Can’t make forthcoming EU Environment events? Don’t worry, you can watch them on ESKTN TV!”

  1. John Henderson

    Dear Corinna
    Really glad that you like our ESKTN TV webcasts! Given your blog’s interest in EU funding, you and your readers should be very interested in the event we covered last Friday – The UKFP7 launch for the 2012-13 work programmes in Food, Ag, Fisheries and Biotech, AND Enviroment (including climate change) (gasp for breath!).
    The presenttaions made ar eavailable now to view again as a playlist at
    Thanks for the mention, and keep an eye out for future shows.
    Best regards
    John Henderson (ESKTN)

  2. corrina

    John this is so helpful thank you for the link – I’m sure lots of academics will be thrilled to see they can catch up on this.