The eseia Team are pleased to announce that three Green Deal proposals ARENA, Green SEED, and SOS were submitted 26 January 2021.
ARENA - ACHIEVING 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY NEXUS IN AFRICAN COMMUNITIES
Call ID: LC-GD-2-3-2020
Sustainable and “green” energy will play a pivotal and central role in Africa’s future development, and access to sustainable energy for a majority of citizens in Africa must be integrated with the development of appropriate industrial and economic capacities and the creation of qualified jobs. With a strong practical focus, ARENA will develop a common set of modular technical, educational, and methodological components that will allow the rapid uptake of new solutions for radically addressing existing water-food-energy nexus challenges in urban and non-urban African communities. All solutions developed, as well as case studies produced, will be explored through five demonstration sites in Egypt, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, and Tanzania.
Coordinator: eseia, Technical lead: CYI, eseia members involved: CYI, TU Graz, UASavonia, UZagreb-FSB, LNEG, UTwente, UASKarelia, Tyndall National Institute.Total number of partners: 36, Total budget: € 10 Mio.
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Call ID: LC-GD-10-3-2020
The "Green Sustainability and Environmental Education for sustainable Development" project aims at contributing to the green transition envisioned by the European Green Deal and other initiatives by fostering the acquisition of sustainability knowledge, skills, behaviours, and competences among the European civic society at large with a focus on students and the workforce. Green SEED will create a European Competence Framework (ECF) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) that, considering lifelong learning, will not only cater to formal education, but also the public and private sectors, and policymakers.
Coordinator: European SchoolsNet (EUN), eseia in partner role, eseia Technical Lead: Anca Duta, UTBv, Total number of partners: 13, Total budget: € 5 Mio.
Call ID: LC-GD-8-1-2020
Persistent and mobile chemicals (PMCs) are now found in tens of thousands of everyday products as well as in all relevant media of our natural environment, and their impacts on human health and global ecology is only now starting to be understood. In consequence, understanding PMC sources and progressively reducing human and environmental exposure to PMCs has become an urgent challenge.
Coordinator: JSI, eseia in partner role, eseia members Tyndall, TU Vienna, Total number of partners: 16, Total budget: € 10 Mio.