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The Horizon 2020 Green Deal Call Info Day took place on 23 September as part of the digital European Research and Innovation Days. The aim was to present the call for proposals, its 10 areas and 20 topics to potential applicants and stakeholders.
Over 3,700 participants took advantage of the online event and tuned in to follow the presentations, which are now available on this page.
please note we are working to add 2 missing videos: general introduction and topic 1.2.
Area 1 - Increasing climate ambition - cross sectorial challenges
Topic 1.1 Wildfires and Topic 1.3 Regions
Topic 1.2 Practical aspects of proposal prep
Topic 1.2 Presentation on cascade funding
Topic 1.2 Towards climate-neutral cities
Area 2 - Clean, affordable and secure energy
Topic 2.1 Innovative land-based and offshore RE technologies
Topic 2.2 Develop and demonstrate a 100 MW electrolyser
Topic 2.3 Africa partnership
Area 5 - Sustainable and smart mobility
Topic 5.1 Green airports & ports as multimodal hubs for sustainable & smart mobility
Area 6 - Farm to Fork
Topic 6.1 Testing and demonstrating systemic innovations for sustainable food
Area 7 - Biodiversity and ecosystems
Topic 7.1 Restoring biodiversity and ecosystem services
Area 8 - Zero-pollution, toxic free environments
Topic 8.1 Zero-pollution and 8.2 Regulatory science
Area 10 - Empowering citizens
Topic 10.1 Citizen participation for the Green Deal
Topic 10.2 Behavioural, social and cultural change for the Green deal
Topic 10.3 Enabling citizens to act on climate change
The Green Deal call is the last and biggest call under the current EU research and innovation programme, Horizon 2020.
The call tables €1 billion to respond to the climate crisis, provide more protection to Europe’s biodiversity and habitats under threat, and accelerate a sustainable recovery.
The Horizon 2020 Green Deal call was launched on 18 September 2020. The deadline to submit your proposals is 26 January 2021.
If you have any questions regarding this call, please submit your query via the Research Enquiry Service (RES).