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JPI Urban Europe and Belmont Forum invites you to a webinar presenting the upcoming call Sustainable Urban Global Initiative/Food-Water-Energy Nexus.
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time (New York)
16:00 BST (London)
17:00 CEST (Amsterdam)
Please note the time zones.
The Sustainable Urban Global Initiative (SUGI)/Food-Water-Energy Nexus is a call jointly established by the Belmont Forum and the Joint Programming Initiative Urban Europe. The cooperation was established in order to bring together the fragmented research and expertise across the globe to find innovative new solutions to the Food-Water-Energy Nexus challenge.
The call aims to develop more resilient, applied urban solutions that bring inter- and trans-disciplinary research and innovation together from across the globe, to benefit a much wider range of stakeholders. The rapid urbanization of the world’s population underscores the importance of this focus. JPI Urban Europe and Belmont Forum have partnered to ensure a maximum audience across physical, natural, social sciences and arts and humanities as well as policy and decision makers and stakeholders.
The aim of the webinar is to give information on the call to potential applicants; companies, cities, municipalities, regions, consumers,
citizens’ representatives, NGOs and research organisations. A further purpose is to facilitate match-making and partner search between international partners.
Attending the webinar is free of charge and details on how to access the webinar is in the menu on the right. The call will open in December 2016 (TBC). Stay tuned to both the Belmont Forum and JPI Urban Europe websites for further information on the call.
– Presentation of the JPI Urban Europe and the Belmont Forum
– Presentation of the Joint Initiative SUGI/Food-Water-Energy Nexus
The Collaborative Research Action (CRA)/ERA-NET Cofund is supported by the European Commission and funded under the Horizon 2020, Work Programme 2016-2017.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 857160.