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Call: Pathways towards the decarbonisation and resilience of the European economy in the timeframe 2030-2050 and beyond

Programme
Type of Fund Action programme
Description of programme
"Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials"

This Subprogramme aims to achieve a resource- and water-efficient economoy and society that is also resilient to climate change. Furthermore, it seeks to promote the protection and sustainable management of natural resources and ecosystems. Lastly, the Programme also supports the sustainable supply and use of raw materials, in order to meet the needs of a growing global population within the sustainable limits of the planet's natural resources and eco-systems.

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Title Greening the economy
Description of call
"Greening the economy"

The call Greening the economy consists of 29 topics addressing the priority areas of climate services, moving towards a low-carbon Europe, nature-based solutions for territorial resilience, water, raw materials, Earth observation and cultural heritage forsustainable growth. All activities funded under this call should as far as possible use data resulting from or made available through different initiatives of the European Commission. The innovative element is the opportunity to use the tools Pilot on Open Research Data which aims to improve and maximise access to and re-use of research data generated by projects OR  Data Management Plans (DMPs) detailing what data the project will generate, whether and how it will be exploited or made accessible for verification and re-use, and how it will be curated and preserved.

Specific topics for the calls:

  • Exploiting the added value of climate services
  • Integrated European regional modelling and climate prediction system
  • Climate services market research
  • Towards a robust and comprehensive greenhouse gas verification system
  • A 1.5 million year look into the past for improving climate predictions
  • Pathways towards the decarbonisation and resilience of the European economy in the timeframe 2030-2050 and beyond
  • Coordinating and supporting research and innovation actions on the decarbonisation of the EU economy
  • Large-scale demonstrators on nature-based solutions for hydro-meteorological risk reduction
  • Operationalising insurance value of ecosystems
  • Multi-stakeholder dialogue platform to promote innovation with nature to address societal challenges
  • Supporting international cooperation activities on water
  • Novel in-situ observation systems
  • Coordination of citizens' observatories initiatives
  • European data hub of the GEOSS information system
  • Cultural heritage as a driver for sustainable growth
  • Innovative financing, business and governance models for adaptive re-use of cultural heritage
  • Support to confirmed Presidency events (conferences) – Malta, United Kingdom, Estonia
  • Support to confirmed Presidency event (conference) in Slovakia
  • Macro-economic and societal benefits from creating new markets in a circular economy
  • Pre-commercial procurement on soil decontamination
  • Preparing for pre-commercial procurement (PCP) and/or public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI) in support of climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials
  • Transformations to sustainability
  • Framework Partnership Agreement supporting Joint Actions towards a sustainable green economy in Europe and beyond
Origin of Applicant EU Member States


Albania / Shqipëria
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Iceland / Ísland
Moldova
Montenegro / Crna Gora/Црна Гора
North Macedonia / Северна Македонија
Norway / Norge
Serbia / Сpбија
Switzerland / Schweiz / Suisse / Svizzera
Turkey / Türkiye
Ukraine / Україна Oukraïna
Others
Call
Pathways towards the decarbonisation and resilience of the European economy in the timeframe 2030-2050 and beyond
Description of call
"Pathways towards the decarbonisation and resilience of the European economy in the timeframe 2030-2050 and beyond"

In the broad spectrum of the feasible decarbonisation pathways, the challenge for political and economic decision-makers is to weigh uncertain impact chains against potentially devastating damage, immediate and medium-term engagement against long-term benefits, and the need for global mitigation efforts against differences in economic and political outlook on the international scene. It is therefore imperative to build a comprehensive evidence-based framework for research, business, investment and policy decision making which is able to assess the socio-economic implications of and incentives for medium- to long-term decarbonisation pathways (including their associated costs, benefit and risks), the challenges of planning medium- to long-term technological transitions, the adequacy of future global commitments for achieving long-term climate goals as well as the risks and costs of climate change. This action should be built around the co-design of pathways and scenarios with economic and societal actors and address relevant cross-sectorial perspectives of the decarbonisation of the European economy.

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Thematic Focus Energy, Research, Innovation, Climate, Sustainability, Environment & biodiversity, Natural ressources
Funding area EU Member States
Candidate Countries
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Iceland / Ísland
Moldova
Norway / Norge
Switzerland / Schweiz / Suisse / Svizzera
Ukraine / Україна Oukraïna
Others
Origin of Applicant EU Member States


Albania / Shqipëria
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Iceland / Ísland
Moldova
Montenegro / Crna Gora/Црна Гора
North Macedonia / Северна Македонија
Norway / Norge
Serbia / Сpбија
Switzerland / Schweiz / Suisse / Svizzera
Turkey / Türkiye
Ukraine / Україна Oukraïna
Others
Eligible applicants Education and Training Centres, Research Institution, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, SMEs (between 10 and 249 employees), NGO / NPO, Start Up Company, University, Enterprise (more than 250 employees or not defined), Association
Project Partner Yes
Project Partner Details

At least three legal entities. Each of the three must be established in a different EU Member State or Horizon 2020 associated country. All three legal entities must be independent of each other. 

Recurring Call No
Financial details

Depending on the addressed priority, the Commission considers that proposals requesting a contribution from the EU of between 2 million € and 6 million € would allow this specific challenge to be addressed appropriately. Nonetheless, this does not preclude submission and selection of proposals requesting other amounts. Funding rate: 100%

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