ForestValue2 kicks off with pre-announcement of a new joint call for proposals

The recently launched ForestValue2 project has published a pre-announcement of a joint transnational call with an indicative total public funding of 7 million euros.

Mika Kallio, ForestValue coordinator. Photo: ForestValue

ForestValue2 (CSA project, Horizon Europe GA no. 101094340) project is the second phase of the ForestValue Action and has recently been launched. One of the first activities will be the implementation of a joint transnational call which has an indicative total public funding of 7 million euros. A pre-announcement of a ForestValue2 joint call for proposals in 2023 has already been published.

The ForestValue2 Joint Call in 2023 – funded by national funding agencies – will aim to support transnational collaborative R&I projects that will produce knowledge to support the best possible use of forests and forest resources as well as to provide multiple benefits for society and the economy. The upcoming Projects are supposed to start in the first half of 2024 and the call is scheduled to open on 2 May 2023. For more information about the pre-announcement of the ForestValue 2 Joint call 2023 please click here.

ForestValue2 Kick-Off meeting. Photo: ForestValue2

ForestValue was conceived as a European network of public funding organisations supporting and increasing coordination and alignment of national and regional funding programmes on research and innovation related to forest-based bioeconomy to strengthen the European Research Area and to support the European Green Deal.

The first phase of the ForestValue Action (ERA-Net Cofund, Horizon 2020 GA no. 773324) has been running since October 2017 until March 2023, with 30 partners representing different programmes in the bioeconomy funding sector, coming from different regions and countries inside/outside Europe. For more information, please see Cordis.

As mentioned above, ForestValue2 has just kicked-off, and will run from January 2023 until December 2027. For more information, please see Cordis.

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