Nature-based solutions for biodiversity, human well-being and transformative change – BiodivNBS (Biodiversa+ 2023-2024 Call)
Biodiversa+, the European Biodiversity Partnership under Horizon Europe, is pleased to announce the launch of a new transnational joint research call on Nature-Based Solutions for biodiversity, human well-being and transformative change (referred to as BiodivNBS).
Although climate change is a global phenomenon, its influence on ecosystems varies from region to region depending on local specificities, giving rise to the need in accurate and cross-sectional knowledge on the consequences of climate change as a function of territorial characteristics.
Ecological connectivity to maximise biodiversity conservation between marine protected areas in the Southwest Indian Ocean - SIOMPA 2023
The Southwest Indian Ocean (SWIO) basin is a globally recognized hotspot of endemism and biodiversity. It is home to many spatially fragmented Marine Protected Areas (MPA), which are essential in maintaining marine ecosystems. A crucial element, which requires further investigation, is the ecological connectivity, often highlighted in the design of MPAs and the guarantees of conservation success.
Second edition of the transnational call for projects of the European Partnership Driving Urban Transitions with a focus on urban areas
Coming from the Horizon Europe Partnership scheme and related to the JPI Urban Europe, the European Driving Urban Transitions Partnership gather a massive community: 27 countries and more than 60 partners to support the European innovation ecosystem in the urban area. The aim of the DUT Joint Call 2023, whom first stage will open on September 1st and will close on November 21 is to fund transnational research and innovation projects on urban challenges, at an international level in order to help cities in their transition to a more sustainable economy. Among Horizon Europe's 49 European Partnerships, DUT is the only one dedicated to urban transition.
Preannouncement of the 2nd transnational call for proposals 2023 of the European Clean Energy Transition Partnership
70 national and regional RTDI programme owners and managers from 30 countries are launching the second co-funded call under the Clean Energy Transition Partnership (CETP) to fund research and innovation projects related to the energy transition. For France, the ANR will participate to the funding of this call with ADEME and the Pays de la Loire Region. A webinar to present the call to the French community is scheduled the 8th September at 2 pm (Paris (UTC+2)).
The European Partnership Water4All – Water security for the plantet, co-funded by the European Union within the frame of the Horizon Europe programme, is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of its new Joint Transnational Call on “Aquatic Ecosystem Services” that will open on 12 September 2023!
Climate change and Energetic transition : Impacts for Defence – Call for expressions of interest - 2023
The French National Research Agency (ANR), in collaboration with the French Defence Innovation Agency (AID), is launching the call for expression of interest “Climate change and Energetic transition : Impacts for Defence”. Applicants are invited to submit proposals to enhance knowledge about climate change and energy transition and their implications for Defence for one or more of these priorities:
Designed to improve France’s success rate in European Research Council (ERC) calls, Tremplin-ERC (T-ERC) is a funding instrument set up by ANR as part of its Work Programme 2023. T-ERC is open to all ERC research disciplines (LS, PE, SH).
The eighth round of the Open Research Area (ORA) is based on an agreement between the Agence nationale de la Recherche (ANR; France), the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG; Germany), the Economic and Social Research Council of UK Research and Innovation (ESRC; the UK), and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC; Canada).
The world is facing exceptional social, economic, technological, environmental, and geopolitical challenges, including migration, climate change emergencies, energy crises, war, conflict, political extremism, erosion of democratic institutions, protest, violence, corruption and growing public distrust of governance and expertise. These affect not only the institutions of democratic government but also the wider structures and processes that make our societies work and hold together.