JPI Climate calls for transnational collaborative research projects

The European Joint Programming Initiative Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe (JPI Climate) has launched its first joint call, supported by twelve European countries. The call opens on 30 September and deadline for pre-proposals is 29 November at noon.

Two broad topics have been chosen for this first joint call for transnational collaborative research projects:

  • Topic 1: Societal Transformation in the Face of Climate Change
  • Topic 2: Russian Arctic & Boreal Systems

The call is supported with up to EUR 12 million by funding agencies from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Sweden, and the UK.

The call is announced on and on NordForsk Application Portal:

Call topic 1: Societal Transformation in the Face of Climate Change

Call topic 2: Russian Arctic & Boreal Systems


Kindly note that the JPI Climate Call will close on Friday 29 November at 12:00 (noon) CET. No proposals can be submitted after this.


About JPI Climate:
JPI Climate  is a collaboration between 13 European countries to coordinate jointly their climate research and fund new transnational research initiatives. JPI Climate aims to bring together existing and develop new scientific knowledge needed to adequately transform society towards climate resilience and to provide integrated climate knowledge and decision support services for societal innovation. By transnational coordination of the research base, JPI Climate aims to overcome research fragmentation, to make better use of precious public R&D resources and to facilitate cross border collaboration between top scientists.

JPI Climate contributes to the overall EU objective of developing a European Research Area and is coordinated with the EU’s Horizon2020 programme in support of excellent science, industrial leadership and the European response to one of the great societal challenges of our times - climate change.

Facts about the call
EUR 12 million
Søknadsfrist utløpt
29.11.2013 - 12:00 CET