Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe
The Joint Programming Initiative "Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe" (JPI Climate) is a pan-European intergovernmental initiative gathering European countries to jointly coordinate climate research and fund new transnational research initiatives that provide useful climate knowledge and services for post-COP21 Climate Action.
JPI Climate connects scientific disciplines, enables cross-border research and increases the science-practice interaction. JPI Climate contributes to the overall objective of developing a European Research Area and to underpin the European efforts in tackling the societal challenge of climate change.
|SINCERE kick-off in Bologna On 7-8 March took place the kick-off meeting of our new project focusing on Strengthening INternational Cooperation on climatE change Research (SINCERE) that bring together 20 European Research performing and funding organisations over the next four years. With a regional focus on Africa and Latin America two of partners could be engaged from those regions: the African Academy of Science as well as the Argentinian Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Wednesday 21 March 2018
|AXIS officially launched at the kick-off meeting in Brussels The kick-off meeting for the ERA-NET Consortium AXIS ("Assessment of Cross(X)-sectoral climate Impacts and pathways for Sustainable transformation") took place in Brussels on 13 February 2018 and was organised by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and chaired by Rolf von Kuhlmann, the project coordinator. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Wednesday 28 February 2018
|Pre-announcement for Joint Transnational Call: Climate Impact Research, Economic Assessment and Pathways to Sustainability ERA-NET Consortium AXIS call for research proposals will be opened at the beginning of April 2018 and is supported by at least 10 funding organizations from 9 European countries and co-fund support of the European Commission (under Horizon 2020 Grant Agreement reference 776608). The call will have an indicative budget of 15 – 17 Mio€ to support international research projects of a duration of up to 3 years. |
JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Tuesday 27 February 2018