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El pasado 2 de julio fueron aprobaron los nuevos programas de trabajo de H2020, Programa Marco de Investigación e Innovación de la UE para su convocatoria anual 2020. El próximo 15 de octubre el Reto Social 2, que trata los temas de “Sociedad alimentaria, agricultura y silvicultura sostenibles, investigación marina, marítima y de aguas interiores y Bioeconomía”, estará disponible para presentar propuestas

Los topics serán los siguientes y cuentan con la novedad de la convocatoria Food and Natural Resources que servirá de puente con el próximo marco de investigación Horizonte Europa:

  • FNR-05-2020 (RIA): Husbandry for quality and sustainability
  • FNR-11-2020 (RIA): Prospecting aquatic and terrestrial natural biological resources for biologically active compounds
  • FNR-12-2020 (RIA): Industrial microbiomes – learning from nature
  • FNR-16-2020 (RIA): Enzymes for more environment-friendly consumer products
  • LC-FNR-13-2020 (RIA): Bio-based industries leading the way in turning carbon dioxide emissions into chemicals
  • CE-FNR-07-2020 (IA): FOOD 2030 – Empowering cities as agents of food system transformation
  • CE-FNR-09-2020 (IA): Pilot action for the removal of marine plastics and litter
  • CE-FNR-14-2020 (IA): Innovative textiles – reinventing fashion
  • CE-FNR-15-2020 (CSA): A network of European bioeconomy clusters to advance bio-based solutions in the primary production sector
  • CE-FNR-17-2020 (IA): Pilot circular bio-based cities – sustainable production of bio-based products from urban biowaste and wastewater
  • FNR-01-2020 (CSA): Strengthening the European agro-ecological research and innovation ecosystem
  • FNR-02-2020 (CSA): Developing long-term monitoring and evaluation frameworks for the Common Agricultural Policy
  • FNR-03-2020 (CSA): A comprehensive vision for urban agriculture
  • FNR-04-2020 (CSA): Towards a European research and innovation roadmap on soils and land management
  • FNR-08-2020 (CSA): Supporting the food safety systems of the future
  • FNR-10-2020 (CSA): Public engagement for the Bioeconomy
  • FNR-18-2020 (CSA): Sustainability of bio-based products – international governance aspects and market update
  • LC-FNR-06-2020 (IA,CSA): Defossilising agriculture – solutions and pathways for fossil-energyfree farming

Como en programas anteriores, la convocatoria Sustainable Food Security tendrá cabida y se abrirán los siguientes topics:

  • SFS-04-2019-2020 (IA): Integrated health approaches and alternatives to pesticide use
  • SFS-06-2018-2020 (CSA): Stepping up integrated pest management
  • SFS-28-2018-2019-2020 (IA): Genetic resources and pre-breeding communities
  • CE-SFS-36-2020 (RIA): Diversifying revenue in rural Africa through bio-based solution
  • LC-SFS-22-2020 (RIA): Forest soils Research and Innovation Action
  • SFS-01-2018-2019-2020 (RIA): Biodiversity in action: across farmland and the value chain
  • SFS-02-2020 (RIA): Healthy terrestrial livestock microbial ecosystems for sustainable production
  • SFS-05-2018-2019-2020 (RIA): New and emerging risks to plant health
  • SFS-10-2020 (RIA): Epidemiology of non-EU-regulated contagious animal diseases: from integrated data collection to prioritisation
  • SFS-13-2020 (RIA): Genome and epigenome enabled breeding in terrestrial livestock
  • SFS-21-2020 (RIA): Emerging challenges for soil management
  • SFS-30-2018-2019-2020 (RIA): Agri-Aqua Labs
  • SFS-35-2019-2020 (RIA): Sustainable Intensification in Africa
  • SFS-40-2020 (RIA): Healthy soils for healthy food production

También, la convocatoria Blue Growth contará con las siguientes temáticas:

  • BG-07-2019-2020 (IA-LS): The Future of Seas and Oceans Flagship Initiative
  • BG-10-2020 (RIA): Fisheries in the full ecosystem context
  • BG-11-2020 (RIA): Towards a productive, healthy, resilient, sustainable and highly-valued Black Sea

Y finalmente Rural Reinassance aportará los siguientes temas para trabajar sobre ellos:

  • CE-RUR-08-2018-2019-2020 (RIA, IA): Closing nutrient cycles
  • RUR-05-2020 (CSA): Connecting consumers and producers in innovative agri-food supply chains
  • RUR-06-2020 (IA): Innovative agri-food value chains: boosting sustainability-oriented competitiveness
  • RUR-07-2020 (IA): Reducing food losses and waste along the agri-food value chain
  • RUR-15-2018-2019-2020 (CSA): Thematic networks compiling knowledge ready for practice
  • LC-RUR-11-2019-2020 (RIA): Sustainable wood value chains
  • RUR-21-2020 (RIA): Agricultural markets and international trade in the context of sustainability objectives

La mayoría de estos temas serán en una sola fase que finalizará el 22 de enero de 2020 pero existen otros que tendrá una segunda fase que finalizará el 8 de septiembre de 2020. Contactar con nuestra oficina en opi@uco.es o al teléfono 8039 para ampliar información.

El nuevo Programa de Trabajo de Reto Social 2 se encuentra disponible en el siguiente enlace