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MEthane goes MObile - MEasurements and MOdelling (MEMO2)

Start date: Mar 1, 2017, End date: Feb 28, 2021,

Mitigation of climate change is a key scientific and societal challenge and also a headline target of the EU2020 strategy. Strong reductions in greenhouse gas emissions are necessary to reach the global warming target agreed on at the 2015 United Nations Convention of Parties in Paris. Such emission reductions can only be achieved if sources are properly quantified and mitigation efforts are verif ...
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The proposed project “Readiness of ICOS for Necessities of integrated Global Observations” (RINGO) aims to further development of ICOS RI and ICOS ERIC and foster its sustainability. The challenges are to further develop the readiness of ICOS RI along five principal objectives: 1. Scientific readiness. To support the further consolidation of the observational networks and enhance their quality. Th ...
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With the start of the SENTINEL era, an unprecedented amount of Earth Observation (EO) data will become available. Currently there is no consistent but extendible and adaptable framework to integrate observations from different sensors in order to obtain the best possible estimate of the land surface state. MULTIPY proposes a solution to this challenge. The project will develop an efficient and ful ...
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OpenDreamKit will deliver a flexible toolkit enabling research groups to set up Virtual Research Environments, customised to meet the varied needs of research projects in pure mathematics and applications and supporting the full research life-cycle from exploration, through proof and publication, to archival and sharing of data and code.OpenDreamKit will be built out of a sustainable ecosystem of ...
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European Reanalysis of the Global Climate System (ERA-CLIM2)

Start date: Nov 11, 2013, End date: Jan 1, 2018,

Production of an extended climate reanalysis of the 20th century, with consistent descriptions of the global atmosphere, ocean, land-surface, cryosphere, and the carbon cycle. Production of a new reanalysis of the satellite era with near-real time data updates for climate monitoring. Research and development in various aspects of coupled data assimilation to improve the use of observations in futu ...
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"The RAMSES project will develop a rigorous, analytical framework for the implementation of adaptation strategies and measures in EU and international cities. It will develop a set of innovative methods and tools that will quantify the impacts of climate change and the costs and benefits of adaptation to climate change and thus provide the evidence to enable policy makers to design adaptation str ...
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Climate change is expected to impact extreme weather in Europe. There is therefore a clear need to adapt effectively to climate change, particularly in Europe, where recent heatwaves, floods and droughts have demonstrated the vulnerability of European citizens to extreme weather. However, scientifically robust information about the extent to which recent extreme weather can be linked to climate va ...
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Environmental Justice Organizations, Liabilities and Trade (EJOLT)

Start date: Mar 15, 2011, End date: Mar 14, 2015,

Environmental Justice Organizations (EJOs) are civil society organizations locally or globally involved in conflicts over resource extraction or waste disposal. Such conflicts increase in number as the world economy uses more materials and energy. The EJOs focus on the link between the need for environmental security and the defence of basic human rights. The project EJOLT unites a consortium of i ...
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Operational Global Carbon Observing System (GEOCARBON)

Start date: Oct 1, 2011, End date: Dec 31, 2014,

Today, countries use a wide variety of methods to monitor the carbon cycle and it is difficult to compare datafromcountry to country and to get a clear global picture. The current global observational and modelling capabilitiesallow us to produce estimates of carbon budget at different level (from local to global) but many uncertainties stillremain. Decision makers need now more than ever systemat ...
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Coastal areas are vital economic hubs in terms of settlement, industry, agriculture, trade and tourism to mention some key sectors. There are already many coastal problems including erosion, flood risk and long-term habitat deterioration. As economies continue to develop the asset base at risk will grow, while accelerating climate change will increase the likelihood of damaging extreme events, as ...
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Enlightenment and Global History (ENGLOBE)

Start date: Nov 1, 2009, End date: Oct 31, 2013,

... ridges a specific gap in existing academic training programmes: (1.) In contrast to the USA where Global History has reached a high level of organizational consolidation ranging from high school to university level, the Global History approach is still in its infancy in Europe. (2.) ENGLOBE links together existing bi-national and multi-national doctoral students' training structures and at the sam ...
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European Commission Vice President Günter Verheugen, responsible for enterprise and industry policy declared "European industries need predictability in the flow of raw materials and stable prices to remain competitive. We are committed to improve the conditions of access to raw materials, be it within Europe or by creating a level playing field in accessing such materials from abroad.” The global ...
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Economics and Technologies for Inter-Carrier Services (ETICS)

Start date: Jan 1, 2010, End date: Mar 31, 2013,

ETICS aims at creating a new ecosystem of innovative QoS-enabled interconnection models between Network Service Providers allowing for a fair distribution of revenue shares among all the actors of the service delivery value-chain. To this end, we will propose and analyze new business and regulatory models for converged infrastructures, taking into account applications' QoS constraints and incentiv ...
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"The TECHNOLIFE project will approach the SiS 5.1.1.2 call by developing new ethical frameworks to address ethical concerns of Europeans in relation to three technological fields: ICTs, Geographical Imaging Systems and converging technologies to enhance the human body. It will supply valuable insights on how issues of ethical concern to groups, publics and citizens can be considered in EC policy i ...
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In the field of foreign trade / export and import, the most various trainings and advanced vocational training courses are offered in Europe, which are preventing equal opportunities for employees and reduce competitiveness for the companies.The aim of the project EMfEI has been to develop a uniform and transparent, modular training and in order to achieve this aim to develop the necessary curricu ...
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How can the link between academic research on LLL and professional practice on teaching and learning in ULLL be strengthened and the exchange be organised in such a way that reciprocal benefits and mutual learning are likely to take place? How can the European policy debate on LLL in Universities and beyond to the wider expert community in adult education be stimulated? The key purpose of the DIAL ...
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The European researches have shown that technological ‘hybridisation’, where electric-electronics, mechanics and computer sciences are joined in the new interdisciplinary field mechatronics, is between the structural drivers of change in the electro-mechanical industry.The problem of vocational training schools with mechatronics programs is not only low student capacity another important problem o ...
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... ual access and participation to all partners, with special focus on students from Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras and Salvador that are traditionally the 4 countries with the weakest mobility rates at university level; and students that are in particularly vulnerable situations.But inclusive development is also the main topic that will characterise most of the mobilities implemented within AMIDILA. ...
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