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ERA-NET Cofund ERA-GAS

FACCE ERA-GAS is the ERA-NET Cofund for monitoring & mitigation of Greenhouse gases from agriculture and forestry. The aim of FACCE ERA-GAS is to strengthen the transnational coordination of research programmes and provide added value to research and innovation on greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation in the European Research Area.

The ERA-NET Cofund will cover aspects of monitoring and mitigation of agricultural GHG, including such aspects as reducing uncertainties and improving national agricultural GHG inventories, the role of climatic variability and agricultural and forestry practices for GHG emissions, the technical and economic potential of CH4 and N2O mitigation, carbon sequestration and reduced emissions from energy use and pre-chain inputs, emissions/removals certification, economic and policy measures, including trade, barriers to implementation, life cycle assessment.

The consortium consists of 19 partner organisations from 13 countries: Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Latvia, The  Netherlands,  Norway, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Turkey and The United Kingdom. New Zealand also contributed to the Joint Call through the participation of the Ministry for Primary Industries as a Non-Partner Funding Agency. The official start date of the FACCE ERA-GAS project was 01-05-2016 and the duration is 60 months.

ERA-GAS launched a co-funded call for transnational research projects in Europe and New Zealand on 4 March 2016. The call for full proposals closed on 19 December 2016. The submitted full proposals underwent a final formal check and subsequent evaluation by an international peer review panel, the International Evaluation Committee (IEC).

The joint call was under the ERA-NET Cofund scheme of Horizon 2020 of the European Commission. The funding partners are from 13 European countries and New Zealand. Ten projects have been selected to receive funding. The total funding requested by these projects is 14.123.000 euro.

The evaluation outcomes were communicated to the project coordinators on 18 May 2017. The projects are expected to start from August 2017.

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FACCE ERA-GAS Consortium Kick-Off meeting held on 29 September in Dublin

FACCE ERA-GAS Consortium Kick-Off meeting held on 29 September in Dublin

The FACCE ERA-GAS Consortium kick-off meeting took place in Dublin on 29 September 2016 and was organised by Teagasc, and chaired by Frank O’Mara,...
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FACCE ERA-GAS call: Full proposal stage started 18 October

FACCE ERA-GAS call: Full proposal stage started 18 October

The Steering Committee of FACCE ERA-GAS has selected the pre-proposals to be invited to submit full proposals for the FACCE ERA-GAS joint call. On 18...
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ERA-GAS call closed: 28 proposals submitted

ERA-GAS call closed with 28 submitted pre-proposals with 169 partners. Eligibility checks and first step evaluations are underway.
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ERA-GAS call closed

FACCE ERA-GAS call closed: 28 proposals submitted

In the first stage of the call, 28 pre-proposals with 169 partners were submitted.
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ERA-GAS: Pre-announcement of a call on monitoring & mitigation of Greenhouse gases from agri- and silvi-culture

The ERA-NET for monitoring & mitigation of Greenhouse gases from agri- and silvi-culture (ERA-GAS) is planning to launch a call for transnational...
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ERA-GAS Call is open

ERA-GAS Call for proposals is open!

ERA-NET for Monitoring and Mitigation of Greenhouse gases from Agri- and Silvi-culture (ERA-GAS) call for proposals is open. The deadline for...
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Joint Workshop of ERA-GAS, SusAn and ICT-AGRI2

Joint Workshop of ERA-GAS, SusAn and ICT-AGRI2 set research priorities for future joint calls

FACCE ERA-GAS, together with the ERA-NET SusAn, and ERA-NET ICT-AGRI 2 organised a joint workshop on 29-30 November, 2016 in Potsdam to identify...
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Ten projects selected for funding in FACCE ERA-GAS

Ten projects selected for funding in FACCE ERA-GAS

Ten research projects on monitoring & mitigation of greenhouse gases from agri- and silvi-culture have been selected to receive funding in the frame...
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Successful 1st Research Programme Meeting of FACCE ERA-GAS

Successful 1st Research Programme Meeting of FACCE ERA-GAS

Over 60 scientists, FACCE ERA-GAS consortium members and stakeholders from across Europe and New Zealand gathered on 10th -11th October, in...
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FACCE ERA-GAS Second Joint Call launched!

FACCE ERA-GAS Second Joint Call launched!

The three ERA-NETs FACCE ERA-GAS, ERA-NET SusAn and ICT-AGRI 2 are pleased to announce the launch of the 2018 Joint Call on “Novel technologies,...
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