HORIZON 2020

Report
YΠΟΥΡΓΕΙΟ ΠΑΙΔΕΙΑΣ ΚΑΙ ΘΡΗΣΚΕΥΜΑΤΩΝ
ΓΕΝΙΚΗ ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΙΑ ΕΡΕΥΝΑΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΕΧΝΟΛΟΓΙΑΣ
HORIZON 2020
Societal Challenge 2:
Food security,
sustainable agriculture and forestry,
marine, maritime and inland water
research, and the bioeconomy
Δρ. Αγνή Σπηλιώτη
Αναπληρωτής Εθνικός
Εκπρόσωπος
Work-programme
2014-15
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Horizon 2020: Three Parts
1. Health, demographic change and
wellbeing
Excellent science
2. Food security, sustainable
agriculture, marine, maritime and
inland water research and the
bioeconomy
Industrial leadership
3. Secure, clean and efficient
energy
Societal challenges
4. Smart, green and integrated
transport
5. Climate action, resource
efficiency and raw materials
6. Inclusive, innovative and
reflective societies
7. Secure societies
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WP 2014-15 Three Calls
• Sustainable food production systems
Sustainable Food
Security
• Safe food and healthy diets
• Global drivers of food security
• Sustainably exploiting the diversity of marine
life
Blue Growth
• New offshore challenges
•Ocean observation technologies/systems
• Socio-economic dimension - engagement with
society and blue growth focus area
Innovative,
Sustainable and
Inclusive
Bioeconomy
• Sustainable agriculture and forestry
• Sustainable and competitive bio-based
industries
• Cross-cutting
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Sustainable Food Security
Sustainable Food Production Systems (I)
• SFS1/2014-15: Sustainable Livestock Production
• SFS2/2014-15: Sustainable Crop Production
• SFS3/2014: Practical solutions for pests and
invasive alien species affecting plants
• SFS4/2014: Soil quality and function
• SFS5/2015: Strategies for crop productivity and
stability
• SFS6/2014: Sustainable intensification pathways
of agro-food systems in Africa
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Sustainable Food Security
Sustainable Food Production Systems (II)
• SFS 7/2015: Genetic Resources and agricultural
diversity for food security, productivity and resilience
• SFS 8/2014-15: Resource – efficient eco-innovative
food production and processing
• SFS 9/2014 -15: Strengthening the scientific basis of
the new Common Fisheries Policy
• SFS 10/2014 -15 : Tackling disease related challenges
and threats of European farmed aquatic animals
• SFS 11/2014-15: Implementation of an ecosystembased approach for European aquaculture
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Sustainable Food Security
Safe Food and healthy diets and sustainable
consumption
• SFS 12/2014: Assessing the health risks of combined
human exposure to multiple food-related toxic
substances
• SFS 13/2015: Biological contamination of crops and
food chain
• SFS 14/2014: Improving the control of infectious
epidemics and foodborne outbreaks through rapid
identification of pathogens
• SFS 15/2014: Olive oil authentication
• SFS 16/2014: Proteins of the future
• SFS 17/2015: Tackling malnutrition in the elderly
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Sustainable Food Security
Global drivers of Food Security
• SFS 18/2015: Small farms but global markets:
the role of small and family farms in food and
nutrition security
• SFS 19/2014: Sustainable food and nutrition
security through evidence based EU agro-food
policies
• SFS 20/2015: Sustainable food chains through
public policies: the cases of the EU quality policy
and public sector food procurement
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Blue Growth: Unlocking the Potential
of the Oceans
Sustainably exploiting the diversity of
marine life
• BG 1 – 2015: Atlantic marine ecosystems
• BG 2 – 2015: Effects of climate change on
fisheries and aquaculture
• BG 3 – 2014: Novel marine biomolecules
• BG 4 – 2014: Potential of marine-derived
enzymes
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Blue Growth: Unlocking the Potential
of the Oceans
New offshore challenges
• BG 5 – 2014: Innovative offshore economy
• BG 6 – 2014: Sub-sea technologies for new
services
• BG 7 – 2015 : Response capacities to oil spills
and maritime pollutions
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Blue Growth: Unlocking the Potential
of the Oceans
Ocean observations systems
and technologies
• BG 8 – 2014 Atlantic Ocean Observations
• BG 9 – 2014: Acoustic and Imaging
Technologies
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Blue Growth: Unlocking the Potential
of the Oceans
Horizontal aspects I
• BG 10 -2014 : Competitiveness of seafood
markets
• BG 11 – 2014 Monitoring, disseminating and
valorising research outputs
• BG 12 – 2014/2015 : Supporting SMEs efforts
for the Blue Growth : marine biotechnologies,
aquaculture and related technologies (SME
instrument)
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Blue Growth: Unlocking the Potential
of the Oceans
Horizontal aspects II
• BG 13 – 2014 : Ocean Literacy: Oceans and human
health
• BG 14 – 2014 :Atlantic Ocean Cooperation research
Alliance (Coordination and Support Action)
• BG 15 – 2015 : European polar research Cooperation
(Coordination and Support Action)
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Exploitation of deep sea resources –
deep sea mining
To be addressed in SC 5:
'Climate action, environment,
resource efficiency and
raw materials'
=> Sustainable production of
raw materials
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Innovative, Sustainable and
Inclusive Bioeconomy
Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry
• ISIB 1/2014: Provision of public goods by EU agriculture
and forestry: Putting the concept into practice
• ISIB 2/2014-15: Closing the research and innovation
divide: the crucial role of innovation brokering and
knowledge experience
• ISIB 3/2015: Unlocking the growth potential of rural
areas through enhanced governance and social
innovation
• ISIB 4/2014 -15: Improved data and management
models for sustainable forestry
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Innovative, Sustainable and
Inclusive Bioeconomy
Sustainable and competitive bio-based
industries
• ISIB 5 /2014: Renewable oil crops as a source
of bio-based products
• ISIB 6/2015: Converting CO2 into chemicals
• ISIB 7/2014: Public procurement networks on
innovative bio-based products
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Innovative, Sustainable and
Inclusive Bioeconomy
Cross-cutting actions covering all activities I
• ISIB 8 /2014: Towards an innovative and
responsible bioeconomy
• ISIB 9/2014: Supporting NCPs for Horizon 2020 SC 2 and KET “Biotechnology”
• ISIB 10/2014: Networking of bioeconomy
relevant ERA-Nets
• ISIB 11/ 2014: CA in support of JPI on Agriculture,
Food Security and Climate Change
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Innovative, Sustainable and
Inclusive Bioeconomy
Cross-cutting actions covering all activities II
• ISIB 12 /2015: Public – Public Partnerships in
bioeconomy
• ISIB 13/2015: Inducement Prize for an
Innovative, Sustainable and Inclusive
bioeconomy
• ISIB 14/2015: Fast Track to Innovation for an
Innovative, Sustainable and Inclusive
bioeconomy
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Contribution to Other SC – call
Waste
• WASTE 2/2014: A systems approach for the
reduction, recycling and reuse of food waste
• WASTE 7/ 2015:Ensuring sustainable use of
agricultural waste, co-products and byproducts
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Greek Positions – Sustainable Food
Security
Emphasis should be given to food industry, as a
key driver for European growth.
• SFS 8 : Resource-efficient eco-innovative food production
and processing. A focus to traditional foods
• SFS 15: Olive oil authentication and traceability
• Improving food quality by developing devices, techniques
and traceability systems for the direct monitoring of the
quality features and security.
• Development of green technologies and utilization of byproducts of food industry and/ or activities of the primary
sector for the production of high added value.
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Greek Positions – Blue Growth
• Greece welcomes the specific theme on ocean observations but
believes it would be better addressed if the scope would be
expanded to all European Seas towards the development of a pan European Ocean Observing System (EOOS) as proposed by the
Ostend declaration (2010). Developing different systems at different
regional Seas of Europe and with important phase/time difference
introduces the risk of fragmentation and loss of coherence.
• Greece also supports enlargement he geographical coverage of
”Blue Growth” topic BG 1, in order to include other areas of crucial
European importance, such as the Mediterranean region. It has to
be taken into consideration, both the fragile nature of the
Mediterranean ecosystems, as well as the delicate geopolitical
situation in the region. R&D cooperation between North and South
Mediterranean countries should be encouraged as well.
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Greek Positions – Bioeconomy
• ISIB 4 - 2014/2015: Improved data and
management models for sustainable forestry –
forest management models for productive
stands and resilient ecosystems in a changing
environment
• “Green factories”: Innovative plant molecular
farming approach
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Calendar
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Next “Shadow Committee” Meeting: 24 October
Deadline for Comments: 4 November
First Calls: 11 December 2013
National Launching Event: 10 January 2014
(Greek Presidency Event)
• Info Day on Societal Challenge 2+ LEIT
Biotechnology Calls: Brussels, 27 Feb 2014
• Bio NCP-meeting (SC2 and LEIT-Biotechnology):
28 Feb 2014
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Greek participation to FP 7
Food, Agriculture & Fisheries, B/T
Source: E.C. Database, 21.06.2013
Food, Agriculture &
Fisheries,
Biotechnology
Signed GAs with at least 1 GR
participant
Number of Gr participants
All participants
EC financial contribution to all GAs
(m €)
EC financial contribution to GR
participants (m €)
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Total Cooperation
97
1245
138
1910
1803
17764
365.61
5148.11
24.85
555.54
Greek participation in 5 successive FPs
(1984-2009)
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Ευχαριστούμε για την προσοχή
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Εθνικοί εκπρόσωποι:
Δρ. Βασίλης Λυκούσης, Αντιπρόεδρος ΕΛΚΕΘΕ
[email protected]
Δρ. Αγνή Σπηλιώτη, ΓΓΕΤ, [email protected]
Καθηγ. Γεώργιος Σκαράκης, ΓΠΑ, [email protected]
Δρ. Βασιλική Πλέτσα, ΕΙΕ, [email protected]
Εκπρόσωπος ΓΓΕΤ ΜΕΑ Βρυξελλών: Δρ Ευθύμης
Σακελλαρίου, [email protected]
• Εθνικό Σημείο Επαφής: Δρ. Σωσσάνα Κολυβά, ΕΙΠ,
[email protected]
Δρ. Χριστίνα Pascual, ΕΚΤ, [email protected]
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