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GOGREEN Project!

The GoGreen project is a 24 month initiative co-funded by the European Commission, under the Directorate Education and Culture. It is implemented by eleven partners from Greece, Italy, Spain, Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey.
The project focuses on the delivery of a personalized “Green Training Programme”, aiming to improve the knowledge and the skills of entrepreneurs and professionals related to the effective introduction and management of green business practices.

The main objectives of the project are to: 

  • Raise the environmental awareness of entrepreneurs and managers and to encourage them to engage in environmentally responsible practices and operations
  • Develop an audit tool for assessing generic and context specific training gaps and to identify and analyse the training needs of the target group in the involved countries related to the design and implementation of innovative environmental-friendly processes, products and services; and, use the survey results to perform the first international comparative analysis of the nature and degree of financial illiteracy and the associated consumers’ training needs. 
  • Develop training modules and produce an online integrated platform to fully support SMEs address environmental issues affecting their business; and, train trainers from the partner countries to administer these modules. 
  • Provide a personalized sustainability and environmental roadmap that acts as an educational engine and resource guide in the field. 
  • Create Green Business Bureaus inside the Chambers for the conduct of the GoGreen Training Programme and the further exploitation of its results. 
  • Establish a Certification Scheme for SMEs that participate in the training programme and improve their green business operations (“Going greener Excellency Badge”).  
  • Support the cascade of knowledge to the staff of SMEs in order to increase employee awareness and professional skills. 
  • And last, but not least, provide a catalyst to encourage lifelong learning and exchange of best practices. 

GoGreen has been developed by a transnational consortium specifically set up for the purpose of implementing the project. It involves eleven (11) organisations from six (6) countries with complementary expertise.  Namely, the CHAMBER OF ARKADIA (Greece) which is the Project Leader, ALLWEB SOLUTIONS SA (Greece), MILITOS EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES & SERVICES (Greece), ROMA TRE UNIVERSITY (Italy), EUROSPORTELLO Consorzio Eurosportello Confesercenti (Italy), CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY OF VALENCIA (Spain), SCIENTER España (Spain), ARAD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INDUSTRY & AGRICULTURE (Romania), BICC-SANDANSKI (Bulgaria), ISTANBUL CHAMBER OF INDUSTRY (Turkey), and IZMIR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (Turkey).  

Mar29 Thursday, March 29, 2012

GoGreen Newsletter #4 has been issued

May25 Wednesday, May 25, 2011

goGreen participates to the EDEN ANNUAL CONFERENCE, DUBLIN, 19-22 JUNE 2011: The European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN) organize its Annual Conference on 19-22 June 2011 at the University College of Dublin. The Arcadia Chamber from Greece which is the Project Leader of the goGreen, will take part to the conference and will present the project on the 22nd of June. Please find the goGreen Abstract and Paper that will be presented in Dublin.

May23 Monday, May 23, 2011

Digital Agenda: Commission seeks views on how best to exploit cloud computing in Europe! Read here the EC’s Press Release!

Mar5 Monday, March 5, 2012


May23 Monday, May 23, 2011

EU ETS emissions increased in 2010 but remain well below pre-crisis level. Emissions of greenhouse gases from businesses participating in the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) increased by over 3% last year, according to the information provided by Member State registries. Read the European Commission’s Press Release here!

Oct25 Monday, October 25, 2010

1-2 Νοεμβρίου 2010 στην Τρίπολη, Αρκαδία


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the author, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.