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HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017, Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy,Table of contents,Introduction 8, Call Sustainable Food Security Resilient and resource efficient value. Introduction 16, More resilient and resource efficient value chains 17. SFS 01 2016 Solutions to multiple and combined stresses in crop production 17. SFS 02 2016 Teaming up for good Exploiting the benefits of species diversity in cropping. systems 19, SFS 03 2016 Testing and breeding for sustainability and resilience in crops 20. SFS 04 2017 New partnerships and tools to enhance European capacities for in situ. conservation 21, SFS 05 2017 Robotics Advances for Precision Farming 22.
SFS 06 2016 Weeding strategies tools and technologies for sustainable weed. management 24, SFS 07 2016 2017 Organic breeding Increasing the competitiveness of the organic. breeding and farming sectors 25, SFS 08 2017 Organic inputs contentious inputs in organic farming 26. SFS 09 2016 Spotlight on critical outbreak of pests the case of Xylella fastidiosa 27. SFS 10 2017 Research and approaches for emerging diseases and pests in plants and. terrestrial livestock 29, SFS 11 2016 Challenges for disease management Perennial crops in the tropics and sub. tropics 31, SFS 12 2016 Support for international research on animal health 32. SFS 13 2017 Validation of diagnostic tools for animal and plant health 33. SFS 14 2016 Understanding host pathogen environment interactions 35. SFS 15 2016 2017 Breeding livestock for resilience and efficiency 36. SFS 16 2017 Bee health and sustainable pollination 37. SFS 17 2017 Innovations in plant protection 39, SFS 18 2017 Support to the development and implementation of FOOD 2030 a.
European research and innovation policy framework for food and nutrition security 40. SFS 19 2016 2017 ERA NET Cofund Public Public Partnerships in the bioeconomy 42. SFS 20 2017 Towards a science based regionalisation of the Common Fisheries Policy 46. SFS 21 2016 2017 Advancing basic biological knowledge and improving management. tools for commercially important fish and other seafood species 48. SFS 22 2017 Smart fisheries technologies for an efficient compliant and environmentally. friendly fishing sector 49,Part 9 Page 2 of 183,HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017. Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy, SFS 23 2016 Improving the technical performance of the Mediterranean aquaculture 50. SFS 24 2016 Reinforcing international cooperation on sustainable aquaculture production. with countries from South East Asia 52, SFS 25 2016 Support Action to a common agricultural and wider bioeconomy research. Environment smart and climate smart primary production 55. SFS 26 2016 Legumes transition paths to sustainable legume based farming systems and. agri feed and food chains 55, SFS 27 2017 Permanent grassland farming systems and policies 56. SFS 28 2017 Functional biodiversity productivity gains through functional biodiversity. effective interplay of crop pollinators and pest predators 58. SFS 29 2017 Socio eco economics socio economics in ecological approaches 60. SFS 30 2017 Closing loops at farm and regional levels to mitigate GHG emissions and. environmental contamination focus on carbon nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in agro. ecosystems 61, SFS 31 2016 Farming for tomorrow developing an enabling environment for resilient.
and sustainable agricultural systems 62, SFS 32 2017 Promoting and supporting the eco intensification of aquaculture production. systems inland including fresh water coastal zone and offshore 64. SFS 49 2017 Better understanding the challenges facing agriculture and the impacts of. policies A European platform to support modelling in agriculture 65. A competitive food industry 66, SFS 33 2016 Understanding food value chain and network dynamics 66. SFS 34 2017 Innovative agri food chains unlocking the potential for competitiveness and. sustainability 67, SFS 35 2017 Innovative solutions for sustainable food packaging 69. Healthy and safe foods and diets for all 70, SFS 36 2017 Co fund on One Health zoonoses emerging threats 70. SFS 37 2016 The impact of consumer practices in food safety risks and mitigation. strategies 72, SFS 38 2016 Impulsivity and compulsivity and the link with nutrition lifestyle and the.
socio economic environment 74, SFS 39 2017 How to tackle the childhood obesity epidemic 75. SFS 40 2017 Sweeteners and sweetness enhancers 76, Support to the Implementation of the EU Africa Partnership on Food and Nutrition. Security and Sustainable Agriculture 77, SFS 41 2016 EU Africa Research and Innovation partnership on food and nutrition. security and sustainable agriculture 78,Part 9 Page 3 of 183. HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017, Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the.
bioeconomy, SFS 42 2016 Promoting food and nutrition security and sustainable agriculture in Africa. the role of innovation 80, SFS 43 2017 Earth observation services for the monitoring of agricultural production in. SFS 50 2017 Supporting international cooperation activities on agriculture soil. contribution to climate change mitigation and adaptation 83. Implementation of the EU China FAB Flagship initiative 84. SFS 44 2016 A joint plant breeding programme to decrease the EU s and China s. dependency on protein imports 85, SFS 45 2016 Increase overall transparency of processed agri food products 86. SFS 46 2017 Alternative production system to address anti microbial drug usage animal. welfare and the impact on health 87, SFS 47 2017 Management of soil water resources in the EU and China and its impact on. agro ecosystem functions 88, SFS 48 2017 Resource efficient urban agriculture for multiple benefits contribution to.
the EU China Urbanisation Partnership 90, Conditions for the Call Sustainable Food Security Resilient and resource efficient. value chains 92, Call Blue Growth Demonstrating an ocean of opportunities 96. Introduction 96, Boosting Innovation for emerging Blue Growth activities 98. BG 01 2016 Large scale algae biomass integrated biorefineries 98. BG 02 2016 2017 High value added specialised vessel concepts enabling more efficient. servicing of emerging coastal and offshore activities 100. BG 03 2016 Multi use of the oceans marine space offshore and near shore compatibility. regulations environmental and legal issues 101, BG 04 2017 Multi use of the oceans marine space offshore and near shore Enabling. technologies 102, BG 05 2016 ERA NET Cofund on marine technologies 103.
Linking healthy oceans and seas with healthy people 105. BG 06 2017 Interaction between people oceans and seas a strategic approach towards. healthcare and well being 105, BG 07 2017 Blue green innovation for clean coasts and seas 106. BG 08 2017 Innovative sustainable solutions for improving the safety and dietary. properties of seafood 108,The Arctic Dimension 109. Part 9 Page 4 of 183,HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017. Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy, BG 09 2016 An integrated Arctic observation system 109. BG 10 2016 Impact of Arctic changes on the weather and climate of the Northern. Hemisphere 112, BG 11 2017 The effect of climate change on Arctic permafrost and its socio economic.
impact with a focus on coastal areas 114,Valorising the Mediterranean Sea Basin 116. BG 12 2016 Towards an integrated Mediterranean Sea Observing System 116. BG 13 2016 Support to the BLUEMED Initiative Coordination of marine and maritime. research and innovation activities in the Mediterranean 118. BG 14 2017 Monitoring and assessing fish stocks other pelagic species and habitats with. an automated non invasive opto acoustic system 121. Conditions for the Call Blue Growth Demonstrating an ocean of opportunities 123. Call Rural Renaissance Fostering innovation and business opportunities. Introduction 125, New approaches towards policies and governance 126. RUR 01 2016 Consolidated policy framework and governance models for synergies in. rural urban linkages 126, RUR 02 2017 Coastal rural interactions Enhancing synergies between land and sea based. activities 128, RUR 03 2017 Towards 2030 policies and decision support tools for an integrated. approach to the management of land as a resource 130. RUR 04 2016 Water farms improving farming and its impact on the supply of drinking. RUR 05 2017 Novel public policies business models and mechanisms for the sustainable. supply of and payment for forest ecosystem services 133. New value chains and business models 134, RUR 06 2016 Crop diversification systems for the delivery of food feed industrial.
products and ecosystems services from farm benefits to value chain organisation 134. RUR 07 2016 Resource efficient and profitable industrial crops on marginal land 136. RUR 08 2016 Demonstration of integrated logistics centres for food and non food. applications 138, RUR 09 2017 Business models for modern rural economies 139. Innovation and skill development 141, RUR 10 2016 2017 Thematic Networks compiling knowledge ready for practice 141. Part 9 Page 5 of 183,HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017. Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy, RUR 11 2016 On farm demonstrations deepening farmer to farmer learning mechanisms. RUR 12 2017 Networking European farms to boost thematic knowledge exchanges and. close the innovation gap 145, RUR 13 2017 Building a future science and education system fit to deliver to practice 147.
RUR 14 2016 Advisors roles in the functioning of AKIS and advisory policies boosting. innovation in sustainable agriculture 149, RUR 15 2017 The benefits of working with others fostering social capital in the farming. sector 152, RUR 16 2017 Optimising interactive innovation project approaches and the delivery of. EU policies to speed up innovation in rural areas 153. Conditions for the Call Rural Renaissance Fostering innovation and business. opportunities 156, Call Bio based innovation for sustainable goods and services Supporting. the development of a European Bioeconomy 158,Introduction 158. Securing sustainable biomass supply for bio based goods and services 159. BB 01 2016 Sustainability schemes for the bio based economy 159. BB 02 2017 Towards a method for the collection of statistical data on bio based industries. and bio based products 161, BB 03 2017 Adaptive tree breeding strategies and tools for forest production systems.
resilient to climate change and natural disturbances 162. BB 04 2016 Intelligent solutions and tools in forest production systems fostering a. sustainable supply of quality wood for the growing bioeconomy 163. BB 07 2017 Plant Molecular Factory 164,Cross reference to the Rural Renaissance Call 166. Building the bio based markets of the future mobilising stakeholders engagement 166. BB 05 2017 Bio based products Mobilisation and mutual learning action plan 166. BB 06 2016 The regional dimension of bio based industries 167. BB 08 2017 Strategies for improving the bioeconomy knowledge of the general public 168. Conditions for the Call Bio based innovation for sustainable goods and services. Supporting the development of a European Bioeconomy 170. SME instrument 172,Fast Track To Innovation Pilot 174. Part 9 Page 6 of 183,HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017. Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy,Other actions 175,1 Bioeconomy Knowledge Centre 175. 2 Support to Research and Innovation Policy in the area of bio based products and services. 3 Linking bioeconomy research activities with regional and macro regional policies 175. 4 Final evaluation of the Joint Baltic Sea research and development programme BONUS. 5 Independent reviewers on the interim evaluation of H2020 176. 6 Bioeconomy Stakeholders Conference 177,7 Review of the Bioeconomy strategy 177.
8 External expertise 177, 9 First interim evaluation of the BBI programme 178. 10 Bioeconomy Presidency Conference 178, 11 Assessment of the impact and options concerning any potential successor to the Joint. Baltic Sea research and development programme BONUS 179. 12 Expert support for the development and implementation of FOOD 2030 a European. research and innovation policy framework for food and nutrition security 179. 13 Presidency Event for Food 2030 180, 14 Assessment of investment gap in food systems 180. Budget 182,Part 9 Page 7 of 183,HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017. Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy,Introduction, This Work Programme will leverage research and innovation to address major societal.
challenges, Ensuring food and nutritional security together with resource efficiency and facing. climate change According to the FAO to meet food demand to feed a global population. projected for over 9 billion by the year 2050 a 60 increase in global agricultural. production is necessary relative to 2005 And this challenge has to be met in the context. of increasing resource scarcities while minimizing food safety risks and adapting. to mitigating climate change It will be crucial to develop win win solutions that bring. together the primary sector and the food industry considering nutrition health water. and energy efficiency zero waste and environmental sustainability in a holistic way. Sustainably exploiting the potential of the oceans which cover 70 of the earth s. surface and host 50 of known species Over 90 of the ocean habitat is in the deep sea. and less than 10 of this has been explored Unlocking the potential of seas and oceans. across the wide range of marine and maritime industries requires an integrated approach. to ensure a responsible management of resources and to maximise synergies between. activities and boost growth and employment in coastal areas. Promoting dynamic territorial development through the mobilisation of rural and coastal. economies Rural or semi rural areas represent about 88 of EU territory and account. for 46 of the Gross Value Added and 55 of jobs Setting the right framework. conditions and developing key skills will be critical to foster innovation in rural areas. helping them generating economic activities and coping with the various dimensions of. sustainability, Boosting investment employment and economic growth in the European Union The. various sectors accounted under the bioeconomy are already worth EUR 2 trillion in. annual turnover and account for more than 22 million jobs and their potential is still. greater For example it has been estimated that the volume growth of EU bio based. chemical products could be over 3 per year up to 2020 resulting in a market worth. EUR 40 billion and 90 000 new jobs Furthermore the food industry is the largest. industrial sector in the EU and there is still further potential to grow with new. businesses and industries emerging in both traditional and novel non food sectors. The policy framework to address these challenges is set by President Juncker s Political. Guidelines for the European Commission In particular this Work Programme will directly. support the priority of providing A New Boost for Jobs Growth and Investment on. creating A Connected Digital Single Market on developing A Resilient Energy Union. with a Forward Looking Climate Change Policy and A Deeper and Fairer Internal Market. with a Strengthened Industrial Base And this framework is further defined by the main. Part 9 Page 8 of 183,HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017. Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy, policy areas that this Work Programme is referring to EU Bioeconomy Strategy the EU. Common Agricultural Policy the EU Integrated Maritime Policy and the EU Common. Fisheries Policy These are further complemented by the EU environmental industrial health. food safety forestry social energy and regional development policies and initiatives. The overall objective of this Work Programme is to help set Europe on a solid basis to sustain. food security the natural resource base and sustainable growth path adapting and innovating. to find resilient and efficient alternatives to our fossil based economy It will test demonstrate. and transfer effective solutions to major challenges affecting the Bioeconomy on land and sea. across the agri food chain from soil to society European research and innovation will unlock. the potentials of available bio resources in the different bioeconomy and blue economy. sectors in a sustainable and socially responsible way. This Work Programme also aims at bringing Research and Innovation at the heart of major. primary sectors such as agriculture and fisheries to face the new challenges ahead taking. advantage of new potential in the biological ecological technical and information technology. This Work Programme will achieve its objectives through four calls addressing all the. bioeconomy sectors from the sustainable exploration of the oceans and seas and the. development of a blue economy to climate smart agriculture new models for development in. rural areas new biobased goods and services, 1 Sustainable Food Security Resilient and resource efficient value chains this call.
addresses the issues of resilience and efficiency in the food value chain It will support. research and innovation all along the food chain from primary production food processing to. healthy and safe foods and diets, 2 Blue Growth Demonstrating an ocean of opportunities this call will test demonstrate. scale up and bring to the market innovative marine and maritime technologies products and. services as well as exploring the interactions between the oceans and human health and. strengthening the European capability to observe and map oceans and seas basins and. improving the professional skills and competences for those working and being trained to. work within the blue economy, 3 Rural Renaissance Fostering innovation and business opportunities this call will focus. on innovation as driver for rural development with a particular emphasis on developing. framework conditions for innovation and new business models adapted to the rural context. and support for skills development in rural communities. 4 Bio based innovation for sustainable goods and services Supporting the development of a. European Bioeconomy this call will help to securing sustainable biomass supply for bio. based goods and services and will support the future development of bio based markets for. example by promoting stakeholder engagement,Part 9 Page 9 of 183. HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017, Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy, To permeate the systems and the primary sectors at large in view of the many new challenges.
and to take advantage of the potential in many domains innovation will be supported. following the interactive innovation approach The interactive innovation approach under the. agricultural European Innovation Partnership 1 EIP AGRI 2 fosters the development of. research into practical applications and the creation of new ideas thanks to interactions. between actors the sharing of knowledge and effective intermediation In this interactive. innovation model building blocks for innovation are expected to come from science but also. from practice and intermediaries such as farmers advisors businesses NGOs etc Key for. interactive innovation is to include existing sometimes tacit knowledge into scientific work. end users and practitioners are involved not as a study object but in view of using their. entrepreneurial skills and practical knowledge for developing the solution or opportunity and. creating co ownership Innovation generated with an interactive approach tends to deliver. solutions that are well adapted to circumstances and easier to implement since the. participatory process is favourable to speeding up the acceptance and dissemination of the. new ideas In short the focus of interactive innovation is an idea put into practice with. success because a new idea turns into a genuine innovation only if it is widely adopted and. proves its usefulness in practice The interactive innovation model is implemented in this. Societal Challenge through multi actor project topics With a view to complementarity. multi actor projects may connect with EIP Operational Groups funded under the rural. development programmes RDPs3 These groups are also following the interactive innovation. model and work project based in a specific Rural Development programming area region or. Member State The topics flagged with the multi actor approach 4 should meet all of the. following requirements, The multi actor approach aims at more demand driven innovation through the genuine. and sufficient involvement of various actors end users such as farmers farmers groups. fishers fisher s groups advisors enterprises etc all along the project from the. participation in the planning of work and experiments their execution up until the. dissemination of results and a possible demonstration phase The adequate choice of key. actors with complementary types of knowledge scientific and practical should be. reflected in the consortium and in the description of the project concept and result in a. broad implementation of project results The multi actor approach is more than a strong. dissemination requirement or than what a broad stakeholders board can deliver it. should be illustrated in the project proposal with sufficient quantity and quality of. The establishment of European Innovation Partnerships EIPs represents a new approach under the Europe 2020. Strategy to speed up innovation through co operation and by linking existing instruments and policies. http ec europa eu eip agriculture,R 1305 2013 Art 55 57 and Art 35. See topics SFS 1 SFS 2 SFS 4 SFS 6 SFS 7 SFS 8 SFS 9 SFS 10 SFS 11 SFS 15 SFS 16 SFS 17 SFS. 20 SFS 26 SFS 27 SFS 28 SFS 30 SFS 34 SFS 37 SFS 39 SFS 42 SFS 48 RUR 1 RUR 2 RUR 4. RUR 5 RUR 6 RUR 7 RUR 8 RUR 9 RUR 10 RUR 11 RUR 12 RUR 13 RUR 14 RUR 15 RUR 16. Part 9 Page 10 of 183,HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017. Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy, knowledge exchange activities and a clear role for the different actors in the work This. should generate innovative solutions that are more likely to be applied thanks to cross. fertilisation of ideas between actors co creation and generation of co ownership for. eventual results A multi actor project proposal needs to demonstrate how the project. proposal s objectives and planning are targeted to needs problems and opportunities of. end users and its complementarity with existing research and best practices The project. should result in some practical knowledge which is easily understandable and accessible. and substantial in qualitative and quantitative terms As a minimum this material should. feed into the European Innovation Partnership EIP Agricultural Productivity and. Sustainability for broad dissemination as practice abstracts in the common EIP format. for practitioners 5 Facilitation mediation between the different types of actors and. involvement of relevant interactive innovation groups operating in the EIP context such. as EIP Operational Groups funded under Rural Development Programmes are strongly. recommended For projects on fisheries aquaculture marine and inland water issues or. other areas not covered by the EIP AGRI 6 other similarly effective solutions for. dissemination should be explored, Many of the challenges addressed in this Work Programme are of global nature requiring the.
development of global solutions in cooperation with third countries and relevant international. organisations or initiatives International cooperation will be further encouraged and seek to. maximise the benefits of collaboration with regions outside the EU in particular in view of. solving common problems and meeting international commitments Particular priorities for. international cooperation are, Blue Growth which will support the implementation of the Atlantic Ocean Research. Alliance focus on Arctic and the BLUEMED Initiative on marine and maritime. research and innovation activities in the Mediterranean area. Sustainable Food Security which will support flagships initiatives with China and. partnerships initiatives with East Asian countries on aquaculture and Africa on Food and. Nutrition Security Sustainable Agriculture and the establishment of an International. Research Consortium on animal health, Public Private Partnerships are an important element related to the overall implementation of. Societal Challenge 2 objectives As for 2014 2015 this Work Programme activities are. complemented by the Joint Technology Initiative on Bio based Industries JTI BBI. The EIP common format for practice abstracts is available at. https ec europa eu eip agriculture en content eip agri common format. For the areas of innovative action of the EIP AGRI see EIP Commission Communication COM 2012 79 final. Part 9 Page 11 of 183,HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017. Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy, Public Public Partnerships are also an important element of this Work Programme in view of. strengthening the European Research Area in the Bioeconomy areas by seeking synergies. leverage rationalisation and alignment on streamlined research priorities with Member States. To further widen participation this Work Programme will foresee dedicated actions as well. as synergies with regional research and innovation programmes through the European. Structural and Investment Funds in connection with smart specialisation strategies. The concept of Responsible Research and Innovation RRI underpins this work programme. aiming to align research and innovation to the values needs and expectations of society This. means that a wide diversity of stakeholders and actors are engaged to work together in. science education the definition of research agendas the conduct of research the access to. research results and the application of new knowledge in society in full respect of gender. equality the gender dimension in research and ethics considerations Whether the focus is on. multi actor involvement or on citizen engagement the approach chosen should be reflected in. the methodological description of project proposals i e i the types of actors stakeholders to. be engaged ii the type of engagement process sought 7 iii if relevant the desired. geographical coverage EU dimension and need for a multilingual approach iv the. objective s of the engagement process and v the policy relevance of its outcomes A multi. actor approach should be accompanied with the necessary resources and expertise so that it. may generate impact and innovative solutions, Gender dimension of research This work programme includes topics where it is relevant to.
look at the gender dimension in research content Research and innovation activities should. explore analyse and address possible sex and gender differences 8 and take into account. biological characteristics as well as the evolving social and cultural features of women and. men and other relevant factors of diversity e g user consumer preferences and needs in a. given context Where relevant sex and gender analysis should therefore be included in the. planned research, Furthermore inputs from the Social Sciences and Humanities will be relevant to tackle the. complex challenges addressed in the 2016 2017 Work Programme for Societal Challenge 2. Such inputs are therefore also requested explicitly in a number of call topics. Several topics refer to interdisciplinary9 or transdisciplinary10 approaches These should be. interpreted in the following manner, Interdisciplinary projects involve closer and more frequent collaborative exchanges. among researchers drawn from different fields who are working together on a common. e g face to face and or on line consultative deliberative participatory research co creation citizen science etc. For guidance on methods of sex gender analysis please refer to http ec europa eu research swafs gendered. innovations index en cfm, SFS 19 SFS 37 SFS 39 SFS 40 BG 3 BG 4 BG 5 BG 9 and BG 13. SFS 6 SFS 16 SFS 21 SFS 26 SFS 27 SFS 28 SFS 29 SFS 30 SFS 36 BG 6 and BG 11. Part 9 Page 12 of 183,HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017. Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy, problem Rosenfield 1992 Interdisciplinary research is a collaboration of several.
disciplines but in this case concepts methods or epistemologies are explicitly. exchanged and integrated resulting in a mutual enrichment. Transdisciplinary projects are those in which researchers from different fields not only. work closely together on a common problem over an extended period but also create a. shared conceptual model of the problem that integrates and transcends each of their. separate disciplinary perspectives Transdisciplinary is a specific form of. interdisciplinarity in which boundaries between and beyond disciplines are transcended. and knowledge and perspectives from different scientific disciplines as well as. knowledge from societal stakeholders are integrated. Several topics include a suggestion for proposed projects to coordinate with other projects. financed under the same or related topics Such coordination allows organising cluster of. projects which work on similar issues to avoid duplication of efforts and to enable cross. fertilisation and synergies Such coordination activities are very limited in terms of scope and. resources allocated but taking them into consideration ensures eligibility of time spent in. coordination or organisation of joint events, Proposers are encouraged to use FIWARE for some or all of their platform developments. when relevant FIWARE enablers are available at www fiware org under open source licence. for business use Free online training a sand box environment and technical support are. available equally proposers may contribute to the evolution of FIWARE. Proposers are advised to consult information on the Copernicus programme in general at. http copernicus eu the evolution topics identified there as well as the availability of. Copernicus Sentinel Data access to Copernicus Contributing Mission data at the. Commission s web http ec europa eu growth sectors space research index en htm When. possible proposers are encouraged to use as well the Earth Observation Data Warehouse. http copernicusdata esa int web cscda home and Sentinel satellite data. http data copernicus eu, To promote pan European coherence and interoperability integrate the results of the different. activities and facilitate international co operation the activities related to earth observation. data and other spatial data should at best comply with and build upon the existing. Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community INSPIRE. http inspire ec europa eu, Finally several horizontal activities on valorising research outcomes engaging with society. strengthening the European Research Area as well as projects targeting SMEs will be. The following applies for all calls with opening dates falling between 14 10 2015 and. 25 07 2016 inclusive,Part 9 Page 13 of 183,HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017. Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy, A novelty in Horizon 2020 is the Pilot on Open Research Data which aims to improve and.
maximise access to and re use of research data generated by projects Projects funded under. the following topics will by default participate in the Pilot on Open Research Data in Horizon. Call H2020 SFS 2016 2017, SFS 14 2016 Understanding Host Pathogen Interactions. SFS 21 2016 2017 Advancing basic biological knowledge and improving management tools. for commercially important fish and other seafood species. SFS 23 2016 Improving technical performance of the Mediterranean aquaculture. SFS 31 2016 Farming for tomorrow developing an enabling environment for resilient and. sustainable agricultural systems, SFS 33 2016 Understanding food value chain and network dynamics. SFS 37 2016 The impact of consumer practices in food safety risks and mitigation strategies. SFS 38 2016 Impulsivity and compulsivity and the link with nutrition lifestyle and the socio. economic environment, SFS 44 2016 A joint plant breeding programme to decrease dependency of the EU and China. on protein imports,Call H2020 BG 2016 2017, BG 03 2016 Multi use of the oceans marine space offshore and near shore compatibility. regulations environmental and legal issues,BG 09 2016 An integrated Arctic observing system.
BG 10 2016 Impact of Arctic changes on the weather and climate of the Northern. Hemisphere, BG 12 2016 Towards an integrated Mediterranean Sea Observing System. BG 13 2016 Support to the BLUEMED Initiative Coordination of marine and maritime. research and innovation activities in the Mediterranean. Call H2020 RUR 2016 2017, RUR 01 2016 Consolidated policy framework and governance models for synergies in rural. urban linkages, RUR 04 2016 Water farms Improving farming and supply of drinking water. Part 9 Page 14 of 183,HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2016 2017. Food security sustainable agriculture and forestry marine and maritime and inland water research and the. bioeconomy, RUR 06 2016 Crop diversification systems for the delivery of food feed industrial products.
and ecosystems services from farm benefits to value chain organisation. RUR 07 2016 Resource efficient and profitable industrial crops on marginal lands. RUR 11 2016 On farm demonstrations deepening farmer to farmer learning mechanisms. Call H2020 BB 2016 2017, BB 01 2016 Sustainability schemes for the bio based economy. BB 06 2016 Bio based industries regional dimension. Projects funded under the other topics of this Work Programme may participate in the Open. Research Data Pilot in Horizon 2020 on a voluntary basis. Projects have the possibility to opt out of the Pilot under certain conditions Participation in. the Pilot is not taken into account during the evaluation procedure In other words proposals. will not be evaluated favourably because they are part of the Pilot and will not be penalised. for opting out of the Pilot More information can be found under General Annex L of the. Work Programme, A further new element in Horizon 2020 is the use of Data Management Plans DMPs. detailing what data the project will generate whether and how it will be exploited or made. accessible for verification and re use and how it will be curated and preserved The use of a. DMP is required for projects participating in the Open Research Data Pilot Other projects are. invited to submit a DMP if relevant for their planned research Only funded projects are. required to submit a DMP, The following applies for all calls with an opening date on or after 26 07 2016. Grant beneficiaries under this work programme part will engage in research data sharing by. default as stipulated under Article 29 3 of the Horizon 2020 Model Grant Agreement. including the creation of a Data Management Plan Participants may however opt out of. these arrangements both before and after the signature of the grant agreement More. information can be found under General Annex L of the work programme.


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