PRIMA call for proposals: implementation of management practices

Contest open for applications until 15 June 2021

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The Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA) will open a contest for research teams and practitioners that have devised and demonstrated the successful implementation -on the ground- of combined management practices of water, energy, food and ecosystem resources in the Mediterranean, at local, sub-regional and or regional level. Contestants should have at least one legal entity established in a PRIMA Participant State. The criteria are the following:

  • From results to societal benefits –demonstrate the wider socio-economic benefits of their proposed practices going beyond a fragmented system of sectors and players.
  • Uptake of solutions – demonstrate that they have directly exploited their proposed solutions or have played an active role in the uptake of the results by third parties, in particular influencing policy change.
  • Replicability of solutions- demonstrate the replication and upscaling potential of the proposed Water-Energy-Food-Ecosystems Nexus solutions.

The contest is open for application until the 15 June 2021.

More information is available at the PRIMA website.

SOURCEPartnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA)
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