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05 Feb 2018

JPI Urban Europe and NSFC launch pilot call "Sustainable and Liveable Cities and Urban Areas"

The Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) Urban Europe and the National National Science Foundation of China (NSFC) have published a joint pilot call Sustainable and Liveable Cities and Urban Areas inviting interdisciplinary Sino-European consortia:

Call opening 31st of January 2018

Sustainable and Liveable Cities and Urban Areas
Joint Call for Proposals

The pilot call Sustainable and Liveable Cities and Urban Areas organized by JPI Urban Europe and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), inviting interdisciplinary Sino-European consortia is now open.

In answer to the global urbanisation challenge, NSFC and JPI Urban Europe have agreed to a long-term cooperation under the strategic theme Sustainable Urbanisation in the Context of Economic Transformation and Climate Change. The pilot call is a joint initiative of nine European funding agencies p articipating in JPI Urban Europe and NSFC in China.

In the call the following three thematic themes are addressed: a) Reducing the adverse environmental impact of cities, paying special attention to the quality of air, water and soil, and municipal and other waste management; b) Access to safe, affordable, and sustainable housing, transportation and basic services; and c) Integrated policies towards inclusion, resource efficiency, mitigation and adaptation to climate change and resilience to disasters. These themes are the basis for the call topics:

  • Climate change and new urban economies;
  • Transformation of energy systems and strengthening urban circular economies;
  • Urban public administration and services innovation; and
  • Urban data management

The call invites researchers from Chinese and European universities, research institutes, research and technology organisations (including municipal research institutes), cities and city planning departments, as well as European companies. Read more

Documents:
Call text
Information flyer
List of national contact persons

Further documents on the call site.

 

 

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