Green Week Brussels 2015

Green Week Brussels 2015

The team of "Project Roadkill" and citizen-science.at has been invited to hold a keynote at the Green Week in Brussels, Belgium in June 2015! The invitation was done because of the innovative approach of the projects and their professional presentation in social networks and especially the SPOTTERON apps and media. The Green Week event is visited by over 3000 people and besides the keynote the team is also present in the public space with an information booth. We are very happy to be part of this movement and congratulate the team!

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Friday, 17 September 2021

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