ERANETMED CALL PRE ANNOUNCEMENT JOINT CALL ON Renewable Energies, Water Resources and their connections for the Mediterranean Region ERANETMED is funded by the European Commission’s 7th Framework Programme 2 The present document is a pre-announcement of the joint transnational research call of ERANETMED co-funded by the following Euro-Mediterranean countries: Algeria, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Jordan, Greece, Germany, Italy, Lebanon, Malta, Portugal, Tunisia, Turkey, (...)
The list of projects selected under the call for proposals ENVI-Med 2013 is now available at MISTRALS website. The selection committee, composed of representatives of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and MISTRALS international and interdisciplinary metaprogram, based their decisions upon international assessments conducted by research government agencies in participating countries, scientific departments of embassies of France to these countries and independent experts mobilized by (...)
1. THE ENVI-MED REGIONAL PROGRAMME The ENVI-Med regional programme is a French cooperation initiative for countries in the Mediterranean Basin designed to encourage and strengthen high-level scientific and technological cooperation in the region as well as research networking on sustainable development and understanding the environmental processes of the Mediterranean Basin. In partnership with France, the programme is focused on Mediterranean rim countries, and contributes to the regional (...)
ENVI-Med programme aims to support the internationalization of research in the Mediterranean, to strengthen the high-level collaborations with Mediterranean countries on the basis of mutual benefit and to contribute to the regional integration of the least developed countries in all aspects of the field of study of Mediterranean Basin operation by promoting excellence in research and support for Euro-Mediterranean scientific communities. ENVI-Med aims to initiate multilateral cooperation (...)
The ANR TRANSMED "Transdisciplinary Research on the Future of the Mediterranean" was launched onn January 26, 2012. The aim of this ANR is to improve significantly our knowledge of the future interactions between the societies and the environments throughout the Circum Mediterranean. Applications are open in the following 11 areas: Axis 1: Demography and influence on the economy and society Axis 2: International Mobility Axis 3: Cultures, identities, values, religions: interactions of (...)
The MISTRALS General Assembly will be held in Malta on the historic campus of the University of Malta in Valletta, March 13, 2012. This meeting follows the international launch of MISTRALS, in the continuity of the Malta Declaration proclaimed in April 2011. The meeting will be devoted to the positioning of partner countries in the co-construction of MISTRALS.
The english version of the special issue of the "Journal du CNRS" dedicated to the Mediterranean is now available in english in the CNRS international magazine - No.23 of October 2011. HERE You will find in this special issue interviews done during the MISTRALS International Workshop held in Malta last spring, and more about research programmes concerning the mediterranean in environmental sciences. ..."From climate change and pollution to population growth, loss of biodiversity, and (...)
You will find in this special issue interviews done during the MISTRALS International Workshop held in Malta last spring, and more about research programmes concerning the mediterranean in environmental sciences. This issue is in french, an english one will be published in october 2011. cnrs le journal - N°258 - 259 juillet - août 2011 To read online or download HERE (click on READ MORE to have access to the active (...)