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|The Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda of the Joint Programming Initiative “Water challenges for a changing world” (Water JPI) was presented on 21st October 2014 at COVE Building in Brussels. Read the press release.|
|The WATER JPI SRIA provides a framework for future Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) activities and European investments in the water sector, which amount to over 500 M € per year laying out RDI needs grouped by thematic areas and priorities according to their scientific and societal importance. This guidance document is essential to develop the long term vision of this EU intergovernmental initiative and to implement the alignment of all RDI activities among member countries and was updated through a participatory approach, which has involved the members of the Water JPI Advisory Boards, many national experts, the strategic agenda of partnering initiatives, policy documents and foresight studies and the public through an on-line consultation completed by 630 people. New RDI needs and objectives have been identified through a comprehensive literature review of many information sources, including national RDI agendas, the strategic agenda of partnering initiatives, policy documents and foresight studies.|
A stakeholders consultative workshop, organized in Lyon on the 3rd and the 4th April 2014, provided further information on scientific and technological outputs, trends, gaps and priorities in the water RDI domain.
|PILOT CALL: SEVEN PROJECTS RECOMMENDED FOR FUNDING|
|Water Projects Database||Water JPI Partners and Observers||SRIA - Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda|
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The Water JPI Implementation Plan 2014-2016
The WATER JPI Implementation Plan for the period 2014-2016 was presented in Brussels on 21st October 2014, together with the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA).This document focuses on activities to be performed by the institutions members of the Water JPI and on other proposed actions to be implemented by the European Commission.All these activities have been classified into three types: interfacing with society; empowering research, development and innovation (RDI) actors; and improving the efficiency of RDI programmes.Read more...
The European Commission Communication 494 dated 10 July 2013 on public-private partnerships in the next EU strategy for research and innovation called Horizon 2020 identified the channels of external advice for the development and the implementation of this ambitious programme.Read more...