Birmingham Sustainable Futures Forum

16th December 2015, 9am-2.30pm

This free event is organised by Birmingham City University. It will showcase the University’s contribution through the following 3 European Union funded Interreg IVB projects to the sustainability of Birmingham and the West Midlands region:

  • Bioenergy North West, which aims to deliver small scale bioenergy schemes using local biomass
  • Energetic Algae, which aims to resolve technological and legislative bottlenecks for deploying sustainable algal based biomass, bioenergy and bioremediation technologies
  • Living Labs Application, which fosters user driven innovation to prepare startups for European success

We are looking forwarding to seeing you there. Book a place

Download the programme (PDF)