Thirty-Four Funding Agencies from all over Europe and abroad are pleased to pre-announce a joint transnational call for research and innovation projects on: “Management of water resources for increased resilience, adaptation and mitigation to hydroclimatic extreme events”.
The joint transnational call will be launched in the framework of the European partnership Water4All and will support research and innovation projects aimed at delivering knowledge, models, approaches, tools and methodologies to better understand hydrological processes at different scale, in order to respond more efficiently to emerging water issues related to extreme events.
In line with the strategic objectives of Water4All, the results of the projects will contribute to the implementation of evidence-based, global, EU and national water management policies and strategies, within the frameworks of the Green Deal, the Water Framework Directive, Just Transition and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Furthermore, governance playing a key role in water challenges, the 2022 Joint Transnational Call will seek for innovative governance models, and enhanced participation of stakeholders in water management issues related to extreme events.
The rules of this call for Czech applicants are based on the “EPSILON” programme. TA CR will support successful Czech subjects from The Resilience Recovery fund and that is why applicant need to meet additional conditions. The total amount of TA CR support per call for Czech applicants in international projects is 700 000 EUR of which a maximum of 230 000 EUR per project. The maximum intensity of support for the Czech side of the project is 85% of the total eligible costs of the project.
1 – Resilience, adaptation and mitigation to hydroclimatic extreme events
2 – Tools for water management in the context of hydroclimatic extreme events
3 – Improved water governance in the context of hydroclimatic extreme events and international contexts
Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, South AfriAustria (FWF), Belgium (VLAIO, FWO, F.R.S-FNRS), Brazil (CONFAP, CNPq), Czechia (TA CR), Denmark (IFD), Estonia (ETAg), France (ANR), Germany (BMBF), Hungary (NKFIH), Ireland (EPA), Israel (MoE), Italy (MUR), Latvia (LCS/VIAA), Lithuania (LMT), Luxembourg (FNR), Malta (MESD), Moldova (NARD), Netherlands (NWO), Norway (RCN), Poland (NCBR), Portugal (FCT), Romania (EUFISCDI), Slovakia (SAS), South Africa (WRC), Spain (CDTI, AEI), Sweden (Formas), Switzerland (SNSF), Turkey (TUBITAK), United Kingdom (EPSRC UKRI)
Please note that the information here provided is provisional and subject to the approval of the Water4All partnership by the European Commission. Changes may occur in the official call announcement. Participating countries and funding agencies will confirm the launch of this call after the start of Water4All.