Water JPI Governing Board


The Governing Board is the decision making body. It seeks advice from the Management Board, the Advisory Boards and emerging Task Forces. The Management Board supports the Governing Board in all aspects concerning the preparation and implementation of decisions. Task Forces are conceived as “ad-hoc” groups. They are set up to respond to specific technical, scientific or administrative demands of the Governig Board and/or the Management Board. The Secretariat organises the day-to-day management and implements the tasks assigned to it by the Governing Board and the Management Board, reporting to both of them.
The Governing Board is the ultimate body responsible for the JPI, which deals with JPI policy and strategic issues. Its strategic decisions are based on advice provided by the Management Board and Advisory Boards. The Governing Board is composed by a Chair, three Co-Chairs and members (Water JPI participating countries and the European Commission). All Water JPI participating countries are to be represented in the Governing Board through national delegations (National delegates). At least one of the national delegates must be affiliated to a programme owner institution. Additional country representatives can attend Governing Board meetings to advise the National Delegate.

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Coordinator 
France French National Research Agency
  AllEnvi BRGM
  AllEnvi IRSTEA
Co-Chair 
Ireland Environmental Protection Agency
Italy Ministry of Education, Universities and Research
  Institute for Environmental Protection and Research
Spain Agencia Estatal de Investigación
  
Austria Environment Agency Austria
Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation
Denmark Innovation Fund Denmark
Estonia Ministry of the Environment
  Tallinn University, Institute of Ecology
Finland Academy of Finland
Germany Federal Ministry of Education and Research
  Jülich Forschungszentrum
Israel Ministry of Energy

Latvia

 

 

Ministry of Education and Science

Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development

Riga Technical University

Moldova

Academy of Sciences of Moldova

The Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management
Norway Research Council of Norway
  Norwegian Environment Agency
Poland Ministry of Science and Higher Education 
  European Regional Centre for Ecohydrology
Portugal Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia
Romania National Authority for Scientific Research
  Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding

South Africa

 

Department of Science and Technology

Water Research Commission

Sweden Swedish Research Council Formas
  Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management
Turkey Scientific and Technological Research Council
United Kingdom Natural Environment Research Council

European Commission

Directorate-General Research and Innovation
(non voting member)  

 

Department of Science and Technology
Updating the Water JPI SRIA

We are currently updating the Water JPI Strategic Research and innovation Agenda (SRIA 2.0) and we need your input. To submit your proposed Research and Development Needs/Gaps to the SRIA, please complete the Online Template available here

For background information:

WWater JPI SRIA 2.0ater JPI SRIA 2.0

This publication sets out specific RDI priorities or areas where RDI measures are highly recommended within five main themes. It will be implemented during the period 2016-2019.

   

An introduction Water JPI SRIA

An Introduction to the Water JPI SRIA

Short version of the Water JPI Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda.
Read more about the identified research priorities for the future.

  

Water JPI key achievements 2011-2016

This publication presents the ten main goals achieved by the initiative till now.

 

 

Open Data & Open Access
Water JPI Interface

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