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Spokes is the monthly magazine of Ecsite, the European network of science centres and museums. Hear the latest news from European science engagement, go further with in-depth features and make the most of the good reads, events and opportunities shared by Ecsite members.
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The European Commission is investing in the Bioeconomy sector and there will be a role for public engagement organisations in this field - get on board!

What does it take to run your organisation more sustainably? Four Ecsite members share their learnings to open a network-wide discussion

Sustainability dialogues

Julie Becker
Arthur Demuth
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Ecsite thanks the writers who have generously contributed to this issue of Spokes. Don't hesitate to contact communications@ecsite.eu if you'd like to submit an idea for an article.

Spokes is the monthly digital magazine of Ecsite, the European network of science centres and museums. It is put together by the Spokes Editorial Committee:

Maarten Okkersen, Head of Communication and Marketing, Museon, The Hague, Netherlands – Chairperson
Julie Becker, Communications and Events Manager, Ecsite, Brussels, Belgium – Editor
Nathalie Caplet, International relations, Cap Sciences, Bordeaux, France
Raquel da Cunha, Events and Communications Officer, Ecsite, Brussels, Belgium
Arthur Demuth, Communications Intern, Ecsite, Brussels, Belgium
Gema Revuelta, Associate Professor, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain
Maria Xanthoudaki, Head of Education and International Relations, Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci, Milan, Italy

Responsible editor: Catherine Franche, Executive Director for Association européenne des expositions scientifiques, techniques et industrielles, aisbl

Frequency: monthly since April 2015 - issue 12, October 2015

Copyright: reproduction in whole or in part of any article in this magazine is prohibited without permission from Ecsite