The Green Deal ambition: Technology, creativity and the arts for environmental sustainability
Born at the intersection between science, technology, arts and social development, the New European Bauhaus will be fully realised only if the dialogue between all these players is genuine, fruitful and open. I
Responding to the challenge of rebuilding a resilient, sustainable, beautiful and more socially inclusive Europe, while facing a climate crisis and a pandemic, the New European Bauhaus has been launched as a comprehensive programme to break down silos and go beyond innovation within specific sectors. In its efforts to foster collaboration between arts, technology, science, social and cultural enterprises, citizens and institutions, the New European Bauhaus wishes to be open to insights, ideas and constructive criticism. This study combines knowledge gleaned from a literature review of the most up to date publications dealing with innovation in the technology and arts sectors with understanding gained from interviews with players from a diverse range of industries, professional sectors, institutions and societal groups.
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European Parliament / Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA) (STOA)
Meeting the Green Deal objectives by alignment of technology and behaviour (STOA)