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The aim of SUSFOOD2 is to foster research and innovation in the field of sustainable food systems through enhanced cooperation and coordination between EU member and associated states. It will thereby contribute to the overall EU objective of building the European Research Area as well as a newly emerging Food Research Area. Major challenges will influence future food chains asking for innovative ...
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The aim of the ERA-GAS Cofund is to strengthen the transnational coordination of research programmes and provide added value to research and innovation on greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation in the European Research Area. ERA-GAS will organise a single joint transnational call for proposals with cofunding from the European Commission (EC). In addition, ERA-GAS will undertake additional joint activit ...
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European Research Area on Sustainable Animal Production Systems (SusAn)

Start date: Mar 1, 2016, End date: Feb 28, 2021,

This proposal seeks funding under the Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2014-2015 to establish an ERA-NET for joint European research coordination on Sustainable Animal Production (SusAn). The scope for this ERA-NET has been developed under the SCAR Collaborative Working Group on Sustainable Animal Production (CWG-SAP). Funding organisations from 22 European countries initially seek to support one co-fu ...
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The objective of FACCE SURPLUS is to strengthen the European Research Area in support of different integrated food and non-food biomass production and transformation systems, especially by organising, implementing and cofunding with the EU a joint call for transnational research projects on the topic of sustainable and resilient agriculture. As this topic falls within the scope of the Strategic Re ...
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... Expected Outputs (EN): AlpGov turns a political will of states and regions for transnational and multilevel cooperation in the scope of EUSALP into practice. As the projects starts simultaneously with the EUSALP implementation, outputs and deliverables of the ...
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Organic agriculture is considered to be one of the important development pathways for improving agriculture’s relation with the environment while at the same time ensuring food safety and future food security. This role is dependent on continuous research and innovation.CORE Organic Plus will continue, update and consolidate the series of transnational research calls which support a focused and co ...
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Background The Kamanos and Amalva mires in Lithuania provide habitats for a significant number of threatened and rare species. Important habitats found within the two mires include active raised bog, bog woodland and fennoscandian deciduous swamp woods. Both sites are protected as parts of sites of Community importance (SCIs) under the European Habitats D ...
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Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development

Start date: Oct 15, 2015, End date: Oct 14, 2018,

Most agricultural rural areas in the Russian Federation and Kazakhstan are characterized by drastic changes in the agriculture and nutrition sector, due to privatization, modernization and increasing differences between large-scale agro-holdings and small holder farms. The importance of rural development and the need to develop perspectives for agricultural land use is both recognized by politics ...
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Information and Communication technologies (ICT) and robotics for sustainable agriculture
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Nature Exchange Two -managing our natural and cultural assets

Start date: Jan 1, 2015, End date: Dec 31, 2016,

Nature Exchange Two - Managing our Natural and Cultural Assets. For the last 14 years ARCH has used LLP funding to deliver comprehensive programmes in natural and cultural heritage management. ARCH programmes have seen over 1,000 learners from a wide range of government and non-governmental organisations within Scotland visit a variety countries within Europe to learn about the different ways in w ...
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Coordinated Integrated Pest Management in Europe (C-IPM)

Start date: Jan 1, 2014, End date: Dec 31, 2016,

Europe faces the challenge of responding to the mandatory implementation of the principles of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) as called for by Directive 2009/128/EC on the sustainable use of pesticides. Most European countries are investing in research and extension to face this challenge, reduce reliance on pesticides, and reduce risks associated with their use. Added value and synergies can be ...
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Animal Health and Welfare (ANIHWA)

Start date: Jan 1, 2012, End date: Dec 31, 2015,

The activities of consumer groups and animal protectionists and the effects of large-scale sanitary crises have increased the awareness that animal production is more than just an industry. Farm animal welfare is now clearly an important issue for people across Europe and there is clear demand for higher animal welfare standards. Exotic or emerging infectious threats are ever present and their pot ...
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"The vital environmental and socio-economic role of European forests is well documented and acknowledged in policy documents of both the European Union and its member states. However, there are critical incoherencies within and between trans-national, national and local forest-related land use policies, the central issue being mismatches between the policies and their implementation at the landsca ...
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Background The Fochteloërveen nature reserve is a peat bog on the border of the Drenthe and Friesland provinces. The quality of the bog has suffered seriously in recent decades, although a previous LIFE project, “Restoration programme of the Fochteloërveen raised bog” (1999-2003) improved its hydrological conditions. East of the area restored by th ...
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Lacking information about public transport is often an obstacle for travellers to use public transport at all. This is an even bigger challenge when travelling by sustainable transport modes to and within destinations of the Alpine Space, where often cross-border information is needed. This project aims to provide travellers with comprehensive information about sustainable transport modes beyond r ...
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Animal diseases can cause serious social, economic and environmental damage and in some cases also threaten human health. An increasing number of the major disease problems or threats faced by the livestock industry and zoonoses are of a global nature. The overall aim of the global strategic alliances for the coordination of research on the major infectious diseases of animals is to improve coordi ...
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...n• Map of currently used meteorological indices with respect to climate change• Proposed set of indicators to harmonise climate change monitoring• Reports pilots forestry and agriculture• State of play adaptation policies and sectorial actionFor more information see:http://www.southeast-europe.net/en/projects/approved_projects/?id=163
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Objective of the projectThe overall objective of the project was to strengthen cross‐border cooperation for novel solutions in forestry and bioenergy. Main activities• Modification of Metla's Motti simulation programme to Russian conditions for assessing different forest management practices on stand development.• Development of GIS-based decision-support tools for industrial and energy wood harve ...
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Sustainable Food (SUSFOOD)

Start date: Dec 1, 2011, End date: Nov 30, 2014,

"The goal of SUSFOOD is to reinforce the scientific cooperation between EU member and associated states in order to maximise the contribution of research to the development of more sustainable food systems: responding to the increasing demand for food to be met by increasing production sustainably and reducing losses and waste mitigating the impact on the environment combating obesity, malnutri ...
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Rivers in SEE region are often threatened by unsustainable use, increasing human pressure, and problems of increased floods and droughts driven by climate change. Inhabitation of floodplain areas, hydropower utilization, navigation, gravel and sand extraction, unsustainable tourism etc. lead to changes in morphology, increased pollution, degradation of aquatic habitats, as well as land use conflic ...
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New Ways to Value and Market Forest Externalities (NEWFOREX)

Start date: Dec 1, 2009, End date: May 31, 2014,

"Many forest goods and services are not marketed. Methods for assessing these values are incomplete, and so is an understanding of who benefits from them. Forest owners are not rewarded for the value of these externalities and may make decisions providing less externalities than optimal. We can increase welfare, if we develop ways to enhance their provision. The objectives of NEWFOREX are: 1: To p ...
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Restoration of the freshwater pearl mussel population with new methods

Start date: May 31, 2011, End date: May 30, 2014,

... languages as well as during separate information sessions that would be organised within the framework of the project. The information that will be as comprehensive as possible, will be forwarded to state and local decision-makers as well as to both relevant public and private actors that deal with preservation of the mussel population or with relevant research, or to the institutions that throug ...
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Boundless Bothnian Bay

Start date: Apr 30, 2011, End date: Apr 29, 2014,

The overall project goal is to create the Gulf of Bothnia as borderless. To build cross-border cooperation in the maritime area requires that the network between stakeholder groups in the public and private sector are being strengthened and that cooperation between NGOs strengthened. In addition, the goal is to establish a permanent forum for the coordination and strengthening of the maritime coop ...
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The aim of the project is the development of a remote sensing-based cross-border forestry information system to ensure a sustainable and environmentally friendly wood and energy production. The focus is on the estimation and the forecast of wood and biomass reserves on basis of modern remote sensing techniques and the application of mathematical models. The results will be presented via data bases ...
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EUROPEAN PHYTOSANITARY RESEARCH COORDINATION II (EUPHRESCO)

Start date: Jan 1, 2011, End date: Mar 31, 2014,

The Community Plant Health Regime (CPHR) aims to prevent the introduction, establishment and spread of regulated and quarantine plant pests. These pests pose increasing risks to European agriculture, horticulture, forestry and the environment. This is due to increased globalisation of trade (volume and diversity), but is exacerbated by climate change and EU expansion (increased pathways). In compa ...
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Forests in the Baltic Sea Region are either dominating in the landscape (FIN, NOR, Russia, SWE) or are its important part (POL, Belarus, EST, LV) (annex 1). The long-term goal of the project is to foster good governance in forested landscapes. These landscapes are facing new challenges caused by i.e. globalization, climate change, demands of both more intensive use of natural resources and enhance ...
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Rivers and fish - our common interest

Start date: Mar 21, 2011, End date: Mar 20, 2014,

To achieve, by means of a number of measures, a good ecological condition and increased biological diversity in the RIFCI project's target rivers River Mustajoki/Tchornaja, River Rakkonlanjoki/Selesnevka, River Gladyshevka (former Finnish name Vammeljoki), their tributaries and the surrounding nature, including the coastal area of the eastern Gulf of Finland. To enhance environmental awareness and ...
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... The project planned to implement restoration measures over a total of 115 ha of target habitat. A key action would be the planting of acorns and oak seedlings as well as regeneration cuttings in devastated forestry areas. Seedlings from other tree species of local origin would also be planted. The project also planned to grow seedlings in a nursery and prepare the target soils before the acorns a ...
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From strategies to activities (Bioenergy Promotion2)

Start date: Sep 28, 2011, End date: Dec 27, 2013,

... and thematic input to relevant transnational organizations and networks in the Baltic Sea Region, such as the Expert Group for Sustainable Development Baltic 21 under the Council of Baltic Sea States, the Nordic Council of Ministers or the Baltic Sea States Sub-regional Co-operation or • provided direct support to so-called demo regions implementing bioenergy strategies and concepts developed dur ...
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Organic agriculture and food markets have grown considerably and organic agriculture addresses important challenges of European agriculture, such as sustainable production of high quality food, reducing dependency on high energy inputs, improving environmental and nature conservation, climate change adaptation, animal welfare and rural livelihoods. Organic farming and food systems still have a big ...
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The BalBic project aim is to develop particularly industrial charcoal (biocoal) production and market and the sustainble use of bioenergy. The partnership consists of the universities and the forest research organisations from Finland and Latvia.The participate organisations are the key actors in they Regions. The project focuses on enhancing the market and economic development and competitiviness ...
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...ussel farming project is being build within BSR, including several partners from Aquabest.New fish and mussel farming sites are often located offshore or in otherwise harsh conditions. Summaries of state-of-art technologies for these conditions were published.To facilitate the use of feed ingredients from the Baltic Sea region, instead of importing them from oceans and other continents, discussion ...
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...or the remaining natural habitats, esp. water-based ecosystems such as wetlands and rivers but also the composition of forested areas and grasslands. To monitor changes through time (history, present state, short term future, long term future and to adapt management strategies and consider flexible response to ongoing developments are the main challenges. The project Habit Change will identify and ...
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U. of Turku in FI has contacts with many EE organizations. In many meetings, the question of nature protection has raised up. There are several old parks in both countries, and their re-establishment would make them more attractive for plants, animals and visitors. Cultural background and historic development of parks are quite different in EE and FI, but there are similar problems like how to add ...
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"The production of fine and industrial chemicals and bioactive compounds based on renewable, naturally occurring raw materials has become an exciting research topic, but so far only few studies concern side products of the forest industry. We will focus on bark and on peat. Bark is a high-volume waste product, currently largely unutilised as a raw material. Northern Europe and Russia have abundant ...
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actical Use of MONITORing in Natural Disaster Management (MONITOR II)

Start date: May 31, 2009, End date: May 29, 2012,

Management of natural hazards constitutes a common challenge in the SEES. Until now, neither hazard mapping nor contingency planning have been transnationally coordinated and defined in a sufficient manner. These gaps will be tackled in MONITOR II with the development of a common methodology and a CSA ("Continuous Situation Awareness") system. The integration of monitoring systems facilitates peri ...
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Climate Change and Impacts on Water Supply (CC-WaterS)

Start date: Apr 30, 2009, End date: Apr 29, 2012,

Climate change (CC) affects fresh water resources and may have significant influence on public drinking water supply. Land use activities exert pressure on water resources and will change according to CC. It is crucial for safeguarding future water supply to anticipate these climate and land use changes and to assess their impacts on water resources. Transnational action is needed to prepare SEE f ...
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The Danube River is one of the most important natural axes in South-East-Europe. It links most of the countries in the SEE area. Thus the improvement and good examples of transnational cooperation of all countries at this river will be a brilliant signal for the whole region. This project has a far reaching strategic focus beyond risk management and could become a flagship project for the SEE prog ...
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...e sustainable development of fruit gardening in supported regions by turning over the newest technologies developed and tested at research institutions to the producers.The primary goal of the Latvia State Institute of Fruit-Growing and the Institute of Horticulture under the Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture & Forestry, the project partners, was to establish a joint Technology Transfer C ...
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Based on existing partnership among Protected Areas (PA) along the river Danube the "Danube River Network of Protected Areas" will be established in accordance with the appeal launched by the "Declaration of Tulcea" in April 2007 (http://www.ramsar.org/mtg/mtg_danube_regional_2007a.htm). For the first step, the partnership includes 10 PAs from 6 Danube countries, additional partners (e.g. in Germa ...
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