• 24 June 2022

MAGICA Summer School on Digital Green Entrepreneurship

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MAGICA, together with H-FARM, is organising the MAGICA Summer School to be held on 5-9 September 2022, in Roncade (near Venice), Italy.

The organizers are looking for 20 university students, graduates and postgraduates, passionate about climate change and eager to spend an inspiring week in one of the most innovative hubs in Europe: the H-FARM Campus.

Are you between 20 and 27 years old? Do you have a keen interest on climate policy, transition and finance? Do have you on the top of your mind an entrepreneurial idea to accelerate? Do you like the Campus life? Then this summer school is the place to be for you!

Apply by 15 July 2022 and join a unique learning community in H-FARM Campus, located near Venice.

Read more on the H-FARM Campus website.

MAGICA is an Horizon Europe Coordination and Supporting Action financed under the call HORIZON-CL5-2021-D1-01. The project is coordinated by CMCC Foundation and involves 24 different organisations aiming to create a multi-directional dialogue with different relevant social actors (from policy-makers to the younger generation) that will be enhanced through different international conferences, workshops and other innovative formats in order to inform citizens but also to detect the social needs concerning the transition to climate-neutrality and climate science, strengthening a community of practice built on trust and enabling climate action.

        

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