BIOEAST success – The BIOEAST initiative is committed behind the preparation of Horizon Europe on future European Partnership on agroecology and soil health related Mission

BIOEAST is represented in two consortiums, which won call for proposals on soil and land management (Horizon2020 WP2020 FNR4 CSA) and on strengthening the European agroecologycal research and innovation ecosystem (H2020 WP2020 FNR1). Both consortiums were steered by the Food, Agriculture and Climate Change Joint Programming Initiative (FACCE JPI), and supported by the BIOEAST Initiative.

The so-called Coordination and Support Action (CSA) instrument has a very important role to play in preparing future policy decisions. During the coming years the consortiums having on board Central and Eastern European institutions will provide advice to the European Commission and Member States in these two areas.

Both winning CSAs will carry out a supporting activity through which the partnership on agroecology and the mission on healthy soils will be developed in the new Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Framework Program. Both topics are very much linked to the work of the BIOEAST Thematic Working Group (TWG) on Agroecologycal Intensification and Sustainable Yields. The TWG was established in 2019 with the support of the BIOEASTsUP Horizon 2020 project.

With the help of the BIOEAST Initiative, the V4 countries and seven other Central and Eastern European countries are working to bring together and present the interests and needs of the macro-region to European institutions. With these successful proposals, the views of the BIOEAST countries could become visible and audible.

It is in BIOEAST’s interest to put the most important and best research results at the service of decision-makers at both national and EU level. It is essential that Central and Eastern European institutes participate as much as possible in the EU’s largest research and innovation framework program.

Concept note on Regional Innovation Valleys for Food System & Bioeconomy to Boost Regional Bioeconomies was launched in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

The high-level event was organized jointly by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation and the Agricultural University of Plovdiv, in close cooperation with the BIOEAST Initiative. Nikolai Denkov Bulgarian Prime Minister and Milena …

Save the date for the European Bioeconomy Scientific Forum 2023 – Moving towards the transformation

6th-8th September 2023  Vienna, Austria  The University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU), as the current chair of the European Bioeconomy University Alliance (EBU), welcomes all interest parties to Vienna, Austria for the European …

In-person, onsite event on Circular economy for biodiversity: Unlocking the green potential (5 June 2023 I 12:00 – 16:40)

The NCBR Office in Brussels – Business & Science Poland, the Slovenian Business & Research Association, Lithuanian RDI Liaison Office in Brussels (LINO), the European Office of Cyprus – Brussels Office,Eötvös Loránd University and the …