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FACCE-JPI becomes a Partner of the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA)

FACCE-JPI partners with GRA
FACCE-JPI becomes a Partner of the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA) to ensure maximum efficiency of the global research effort and identify opportunities for coordination and collaboration.

FACCE-JPI and the GRA aim to enhance information exchange, cooperation, programme alignment and mutual learning of best practices in research programming. Expected collaborative activities include for example the development of joint research projects, programmes or actions, participation of FACCE-JPI representatives in GRA Flagship Projects, exchange on research methods and data sets and cooperation in the dissemination and valorisation of scientific results.

So far, FACCE-JPI and the GRA have successfully cooperated on several issues:

  • FACCE-JPI launched a Multi-partner Call on GHG Mitigation, with 3 GRA countries (USA, New Zealand, Canada) in January 2013
  • The secretariats of both initiatives have held ongoing discussions on possible cooperation in soil-related research (in coordination with the 4/1000 research initiative)
  • The secretariats of both initiatives have shared good practices and approaches for international scientific cooperation.

In addition, the GRA is also already represented in the FACCE-JPI Stakeholder Advisory Board.

The Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA) brings governments, research institutions and other organisations together to find ways to grow more food (and to have more climate-resilient food systems) without increasing greenhouse gas emissions. Out of the 46 GRA members, 15 are also members/associated members in FACCE-JPI.