2019 Call


2019 JOINT CALL OF THE ERA-NET COFUND ON FOOD SYSTEMS AND CLIMATE

News 25-2-2020: The submission period for pre-proposals has ended at February 19th, 2020.


2019 JOINT CALL OF THE ERA-NET COFUND ON FOOD SYSTEMS AND CLIMATE

News 12-2-2020: The National Regulations of the Senegalese Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation have changed. Please read carefully.


2019 JOINT CALL OF THE ERA-NET COFUND ON FOOD SYSTEMS AND CLIMATE

News 11-2-2020: Brazilian partners from the state of São Paulo that bring their own funding will count for the minimum of 2 countries from Africa or Latin America in the consortium.


2019 JOINT CALL OF THE ERA-NET COFUND ON FOOD SYSTEMS AND CLIMATE

News 6-2-2020: Up till today the formal decision from FAPESP (Brazil) was still pending. Unfortunately, FAPESP could not be included though a Memorandum of Understanding within the group of official funding partners of the FOSC Call. Researchers from Brazil may however participate as additional partners in consortia, on their own funds. 


2019 JOINT CALL OF THE ERA-NET COFUND ON FOOD SYSTEMS AND CLIMATE

News 14-1-2020: An online partnering tool for finding partners from research organisations among the FOSC countries is available at https://partnering.pt-dlr.de/FOSC. Researchers interested in forming a consortium are invited to register and pitch call-related ideas.


2019 JOINT CALL OF THE ERA-NET COFUND ON FOOD SYSTEMS AND CLIMATE

The FOSC call was pre-announced on November 4th and launched on December 20th. This trans-continental call aims to support scientifically excellent, trans-continental research, development and innovation projects that contribute to the knowledge base on food systems and climate change. It is highly recommended to address transdisciplinarity in the proposed projects.

The call is funded by 25 institutions of 21 countries from 3 continents and the European Commission.

The submitted proposals must be multidisciplinary and should address at least one of the following topics:

  • Assess climate change-related risks for food value chains, including impacts on producers, prices, availability, quality, international trade and food security, and resulting changes in consumer behaviours;
  • Promote innovative technology deployment to build sustainable and resilient food value chains influenced by changing food needs and patterns, and to develop better efficiency of the inputs and outputs of food systems;
  • Improve resilience and reduce volatility in agri-food production and food markets to sustainably improve food security in the context of climatic variation;
  • Reduce food losses under climate change, including novel approaches to valorise side streams and reduce food waste.

The Call Document, the National and Regional Funding Regulations, and the Preproposal template can be downloaded through the links provided in the bar on the right of this webpage.

The link to the proposal submission portal is: https://ptoutline.eu/app/fosc.

For general questions, please contact the Call Secretariat via the email address in the Call Document.