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PoliRural has accomplished significant progress in the application of 𝗦𝘆𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗺 𝗗𝘆𝗻𝗮𝗺𝗶𝗰 𝗠𝗼𝗱𝗲𝗹𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴 (𝗦𝗗𝗠) to Regional Foresight! Several experiments have been conducted related to the use of SDM in the 12 Regional Foresight pilots of the #PoliRural project. A model for rural regions based on 8 interconnected modules, containing over 300 parameters has been developed, and customized or adapted to...

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Tools for Regional Foresight: Guide to Deep Dives on CAP Reform PoliRural H2020 has created the document "A Guide to Deep Dives on CAP Reform" that is one of several resources provided to leadership teams of the 12 PoliRural regional foresight initiatives Learn more here: https://polirural.eu/2022/03/31/tools-for-regional-foresight-guide-to-deep-dives-on-cap-reform/  

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The rural economies in the twelve pilots of the PoliRural project are characterized by their own challenges and dynamics. To illustrate the diversity and complexity of the rural economies in the twelve PoliRural pilots, case studies on new entrants and new activities in the twelve PoliRural pilots are gathered. The case studies on new entrants and new activities in the twelve PoliRural pilots...

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What topics can you find in this issue? Lessons learned from PoliRural: new entrant in the Slovakia Region Pilot PoliRural Regional Recommendations Guide to Deep Dives on the regional impact of COVID 19 PoliRural participation in the RURALIZATION mid-term Conference Building Synergies: MOVING https://polirural.eu/newsletter/10/

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The blog is written by Häme University of Applied Science (HAMK) student group: Jaana Ellonen, Elina Järvinen, Matti Kuusi, Suvi Perkkiö, Sini Sangi & Merja Leikkainen. How people choose their place of residence? What keeps them in there? How to find a new glow to the fading places?  It needs more than a few houses to make a vital rural community. Community is a bigger group of...

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The blog is written by Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK) student group: Maija Moisander, Veli-Pekka Korhonen, Paula Lamminsuo, Heini Tauriainen, Kaarle Pirttiniemi and Jouni Hiltunen.    The ways to increase the attractiveness of rural areas are diverse. Services mean a lot, but also image, community spirit, e-services and environmental values can have an impact. What...

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The initial and overall  ambition of the Häme pilot is:  The pilot will use PoliRural results to boost the region’s attractiveness by introducing business-friendly policies that can encourage new entrepreneurs to create products and services on circular economy and well-being, which in the future may become a significant source of employment. Change Factors Analysis (CFA)...

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HÄME pilot stakeholder group gathered in groups Teams platform on 27th of August for a workshop to identify the drivers affecting the attractiveness of the Häme region. The goal of the workshop was to discuss: How is the change happening in the area? What changes are happening right now?  What changes are likely to occur in the future?  The order of importance of the drivers...

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The 25th International Conference on Information Systems for Agriculture and Forestry (ISAF) & 14th Geomatics in Projects & 6th annual conference of Plan4All together with the conference Agriculture 4.0 is keeping the virtual format this year still due to the worldwide situation with COVID-19.  The main virtual event will be organized on Wednesday...

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PoliRural project is a Horizon2020 funded project that researches, innovates, and delivers novel solutions to future-oriented collaborative policy development for rural areas. PoliRural aims to intervene in the policy value chain.   What is then the policy value chain? This is my subjective interpretation of the policy value chain. It is shaped based on my experiences and...

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One key element at the project is local stakeholder panels which engage diverse, multi-actor stakeholders that are attached to rural areas either by profession or otherwise. HÄME pilot has engaged 50 panel members. The members have been mapped according to the PoliRural standard procedure. The overall aim of stakeholder mapping is to identify actors interested and involved in collaborative...

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PoliRural Newsletter #8 is now available, and it contains the latest information of the Project, including latest activities and findings from PoliRural pilots, the level of stakeholder engagement already obtained in the project, results from PoliRural third Foresight Summit, and more! Check it out here: https://polirural.eu/resources/newsletters/ TOPICS: Lessons learned from PoliRural:...

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Semantic Explorer (SemEx) is one of the technical and innovative outputs of the PoliRural research project financed by the Horizon2020 Program of the EU. SemEx's ambitious vision is to provide support to researchers and facilitators by reducing the cognitive load related to tasks that are essential to research, development, and innovation actions.  Smart & Lean Hub Oy (S&L Hub) is...

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The rural economies in the twelve pilots of the PoliRural project are characterized by their own challenges and dynamics. To illustrate the diversity and complexity of the rural economies in the twelve PoliRural pilots, case studies on new entrants and new activities in the twelve PoliRural pilots are gathered. Eventually the case studies on new entrants and new activities in the twelve...

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The Open Spring INSPIRE Hackathon 2021 focused on developments and innovations in agriculture, the environment, transport, tourism, geospatial applications, remote sensing and GNSS goes after two-month hacking into the final stage scheduled on 17th June! More than 70 participants have contributed to all 11 very relevant series of challenges and their results are evaluated by an international...

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PoliRural Newsletter #7 is now available! Main topics: It includes PoliRural latest results: Pilots recent developments (from Segóbriga, Central Greece, Flanders , Galilee); Participation of PoliRural in the “Rural Vision Week – Imagining the future of Europe’s Rural Areas” SEGÓBRIGA 21st century: developing an interactive app for tourism innovation Lessons learned from PoliRural:...

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International development team was successful in the WSIS Prizes 2021 contest last week. Developed web application integrating different types of data for agriculture was selected as a nominated project. The World Summit On The Information Society (WSIS) Prizes 2021 contest is organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the International Telecommunication...

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Main topics: Lessons learned from PoliRural: High-quality planning documents for rural regions can only be developed in collaboration with local communities Building a sense of belonging for the Monaghan PoliRural Pilot Initiative “Long-term vision for rural areas”: call for inputs from H2020 RUR Projects The COVID-19 INSPIRE Hackathon 2020 Open Bioeconomy Week 2021 – Call for Abstracts ...

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The organizing committee is following the current COVID-19 situation closely. The event will be organized as a hybrid, combining online and face-to-face participation if the pandemic situation allows. Online participation will be possible throughout the scientific programme of the event. We would like to invite you to the 2nd Open Bioeconomy Week (OBW) to be held in Hämeenlinna, Finland on...

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After more than two months of hacking, the COVID-19 INSPIRE Hackathon was terminated by a final presentation of results & awards ceremony. The jury members Jovana Vlaskalin (BioSense Institute), Beata Vörösová (CzechInvest), Maris Albers (University of Latvia) and Josef Hnojil (Geobusiness) announced the following winners for the COVID-19 INSPIRE hackathon: 1st place – Challenge #13...

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