Jusqu’à aujourd’hui, 10 projets régionaux ont été activement soutenus par le Mécanisme d’assistance et les Hubs nationaux en réponse à des appels d’offres tels que EMFF, Interreg MED, JPI Oceans, Horizon 2020, ENI CBC. L’Initiative OuestMED a aidé la préparation et la soumission de projets dans des domaines tels que le tourisme durable, les qualifications innovantes, les nouvelles technologies, les outils et stratégies innovantes pour une aquaculture durable, la compétitivité des ports et la promotion des outils technologiquement avancés.
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The European Commission has launched on 13 September the Blue Invest Platform which aims to support investment readiness and access to finance for early-stage businesses, SMEs and scale-ups in the blue economy. The Blue Invest Platform provides the following services: BlueInvest Community The community is open to entrepreneurs, investors, corporates and innovation stakeholders interested in the […]
MedPAN lance aujourd’hui un Appel à Petits Projets spécifique, destiné à soutenir les actions menées dans les Aires Marines Protégées (AMP) de Méditerranée. Les Appels à Petits Projets ont pour but de renforcer la gestion des AMP du réseau MedPAN. Veuillez noter que cet appel a un règlement spécifique.
This event, organised by EASME, targets potential applicants to the 2020 calls for project proposals under the Horizon 2020 Challenge 5 « Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials ». It will take place in Brussels on the 16 – 17 September 2019.
Adopted in 2017, the Declaration of Marrakech sets in motion a new drive towards sustainable development of Mediterranean fisheries and aquaculture. Riparian countries have committed to a roadmap with concrete actions for the coming 10 years, and significant progress has since been achieved, including ambitious fisheries management measures, protection of biodiversity, improved research and control, and a stepped-up fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUU).
Representatives from the participant countries (Croatia, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Malta, Monaco, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey) and organisations (European Commission, EFCA, EMSA, Frontex, INTERPOL) agreed on the need to adopt a common approach in enforcing international conventions and instruments. The first step is to share information and best practices among European Coast Guard Functions Forum, Black Sea Cooperation forum, Atlantic Coast Guard Forum and Asian Coast Guard Agencies. A useful cooperation tool would be to develop guidelines to better support the implementation of sea basin and sub sea-basin strategies and initiatives.
Identify possible systems for enabling SME clusters to set up a platform where SME entrepreneurs in the bio-based industry and investors can exchange expertise and business opportunities that could lead to successful cooperation. The scope includes the necessary steps to ‘train the trainers’ as well as practical steps SMEs can use when preparing and presenting projects with a high level of investment readiness and building the capacity of SME clusters to build links with investors.
Microorganisms and/or enzymes can be applied to biodegrade/decompose plastic waste, one of the major threats to our ecosystem. This is a key focus area to apply the concept of the circular economy, besides changing human behaviour and production systems.
Proposals should aim for large-scale continuous cultivation and recovery of microalgae, as well as separation and purification of the targeted products. Proposals should also aim at reducing inputs for microalgae cultivation such as energy, water, nutrients and CO2 (or other carbon sources in case heterotrophic microalgae are envisaged). Proposals should valorise as many as possible of the valuable compounds contained in the microalgae through a cascading approach.
The call opened the 14th of March 2019 and it is classified as a “ CSA Coordination and support action” and the focus area is: boosting the effectiveness of the Security Union. In Europe, practitioners interested in the uptake of security research and innovation are dedicated to performing their duty and are focused on their tasks.