Climate change and carbon neutrality are key challenges because they highly affect the future of us all. The urgency to act is highlighted by the CO2-related SDGs (mentioned below) and EU legislation accents the climate change mitigation as well, e. g, within the framework to facilitate sustainable investment (2020), where it stands as a first of environmental objectives.

As ¾ of CO2 emissions are generated by energy, transport, and industrial processes and construction, EnWin is looking for innovative companies especially from these fields of business and industry, which have a positive impact on greenhouse gas emissions.

Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 2 - Konec hladu
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 3 - Zdraví a kvalitní život
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 8 - Důstojná práce a ekonomický růst
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 9 - Průmysl, inovace a infrastruktura
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 11 - Udržitelná města a obce
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 12 - Odpovědná spotřeba a výroba
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 14 - Život ve vodě
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 15 - Život na souši
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Within the "Water" category, EnWin supports projects and companies focused on innovative solutions, especially in the following areas:

  • sustainability of water use as a resource across industries, trade and services, agriculture, forestry, water management, and, last but not least, human settlements and households

  • water availability and quality

  • ecological impact of the life cycle of a product or service (assessed, inter alia, through the "water footprint")

  • neutral and circulating products and innovative solutions supporting the sustainable use of water resources within the circular economy

  • digitization and work with data for monitoring pollution and water availability or for preventing losses and optimizing the use of water and water resources

  • urban and infrastructure development in the application of the principles of sustainability and circularity in water management, incl. concept of green cities and the promotion of biodiversity in urban areas

  • reducing pollution from large industrial installations and strengthening the capacity to prevent industrial accidents

  • increasing water retention in the landscape as prevention of hydrological extremes

  • technologies that support the reduction of pesticide and fertilizer use in agriculture and actively reduce water pollution from excess nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus, etc.) in line with the principles of a Europe-wide "farmer to consumer" strategy

  • prevention, monitoring, and removal of contamination from microplastics and medicinal products

  • water quality in the environment of the blue economy (use of the potential of the seas and oceans according to the EU concept)

  • conservation of biodiversity in lakes, rivers, and wetlands through new technologies or the implementation of eco-innovation


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of all 4 areas.