Horizon Europe: Obertes les convocatòries del Programa Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment

Comissió EuropeaLa Comissió Europea va publicar el primer programa de treball del Clúster 6 Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment pel període 2021-2022, i ja estan obertes les convocatòries de l’any 2022.

El clúster 6 vol obtenir sis impactes esperats (expected impacts). En aquest programa de treball, cada impacte esperat s’ha transformat en un objectiu específic (destination):

Expected impact (strategic plan) Destination
Climate neutrality is achieved by reducing GHG emissions, maintaining natural carbon sinks, and enhancing the sequestration and storage of carbon in ecosystems, including by unfolding the potential of nature based solutions, production systems on land and at sea as well as rural and coastal areas, where adaptations to climate change are also being fostered for enhancing resilience. Land, oceans and water for climate action
Biodiversity is back on a path to recovery, and ecosystems and their services are preserved and sustainably restored on land, inland water and at sea through improved knowledge and innovation Biodiversity and ecosystem services
Sustainable and circular management and use of natural resources as well as prevention and removal of pollution are mainstreamed, unlocking the potential of the bioeconomy, ensuring competitiveness and guaranteeing healthy soil, air, fresh and marine water for all, through better understanding of planetary boundaries and deployment of innovative technologies and other solutions, notably in primary production, forestry and bio-based systems

Circular economy and bioeconomy sectors

Clean environment and zero pollution
Food and nutrition security for all within planetary boundaries is ensured through knowledge, innovation and digitalisation in agriculture, fisheries, aquaculture and food systems, which are sustainable, resilient, inclusive, safe and healthy from farm to fork Fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly food systems from primary production to consumption
Rural, coastal and urban areas are developed in a sustainable, balanced and inclusive manner thanks to a better understanding of the environmental, socio-economic, behavioural and demographic drivers of change as well as deployment of digital, social and community-led innovations Resilient, inclusive, healthy and green rural, coastal and urban communities
Innovative governance models enabling sustainability and resilience are established and monitored through enhanced and shared use of new knowledge, tools, foresight, and environmental observations as well as digital, modelling and forecasting capabilities Innovative governance, environmental observations and digital solutions in support of the Green Deal

El termini de presentació de sol·licituds finalitza el 15 de febrer del 2022.

Per a qualsevol consulta podeu contactar amb la Ruth Babington, de l’Oficina de Recerca i Innovació (rbabington@rectorat.url.edu).

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