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2020.02.17

AquaticPollutants Joint Transnational Call 2020

The three Joint Programming Initiatives (JPIs) on Water, Oceans and Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) are pleased to announce a joint transnational call for research and innovation projects on risks posed to human health and the environment by pollutants and pathogens present in the water resources.
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2020.02.20

Mission Clean Oceans discussion at the European Parliament: JPI Oceans, IUCN and Ocean Plastics Lab co-organised first event of the new SEARICA Intergroup

On 17 February 2020, the SEARICA Intergroup, in collaboration with JPI Oceans, IUCN and the Ocean Plastics Lab, held the information and discussion event Mission Clean Oceans at the European Parliament in Brussels.

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2020.02.19

Call on knowledge transfer of research on Aquatic Pollutants

The three Joint Programming Initiatives (JPIs) on Water, Oceans and Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) are pleased to announce an additional call for proposals on Scientific Networking and Transfer Projects addressing research and development for supporting knowledge transfer, scientific networking, and public engagement based on the AquaticPollutants 2020 Joint Transnational Call projects. 
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2020.02.12

Belmont Forum, JPI Oceans and Future Earth’s Collaborative Research Action awards funding to 13 innovative projects for ocean sustainability

The Belmont Forum, JPI Oceans and Future Earth are pleased to announce the funding recipients of the Collaborative Research Action on Transdisciplinary Research for Ocean Sustainability, aimed at finding innovative solutions for ocean sustainability and climate change mitigation.

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2020.01.20

EUREC4A project launches its first international campaign in Barbados exploring the ocean-climate nexus

The newly established EUREC4A-OA project, funded jointly through JPI Oceans and JPI Climate, has launched its first international airborne and oceanographic research campaign in Barbados. The month-long field study will aim to reduce uncertainties around future climate change by gathering extensive data relating to the ocean-atmosphere interaction between trade wind cumulus clouds and mesoscale eddy circulations.

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2020.01.16

Two additional projects on ocean-climate interactions funded through JPI Oceans and JPI Climate

Thanks to an increase in financial commitment by several national funding agencies, a further two proposals to the joint JPI Climate and JPI Oceans call were now awarded funding. These two research projects are in addition to another two that had already been selected earlier through the same competitive call process.

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