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Back-to-back to the P2P Conference, the GPC together with the 10 JPIs organised the 3rd workshop on the Future of Joint Programming on Nov 7th. Focus was given to how to improve the coherence of the partnership landscape and strengthening the delivery of partnerships in tackling specific societal challenges. The workshop built upon the Technopolis report on Increased coherence and openness of European Union research and innovation partnerships commissioned by the Estonian presidency as well as the ongoing debate on mission oriented programmes for FP9.
Six societal challenges were addressed in more detail, sustainable cities as one of them. JPI Urban Europe, JPI Cultural Heritage, the EIP Smart Cities and Communities, the InnoEnergy KIC as well as the SET Plan Action on Smart Cities exchanged on their respective longer-term missions as well as on their established and possible future cooperation (see mapping). Together with the participants a debate was started on requirements and priorities of a possible future mission on sustainable cities.
Mapping of partnerships and initiatives engaged in the field of sustainable cities
The discussion on requirements for and priorities of a possible future mission on sustainable cities resulted in the following conclusions: