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PRIMA Joint Research and Innovation Programme in Agrifood for more sustainable EuroMed Societies

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Angelo Riccaboni
Chair Fundación PRIMA, Barcelona
Professor of Business Administration, University of Siena, Italy

“PRIMA
Joint Research and Innovation Programme in Agrifood for more sustainable
EuroMed Societies”

Climate change, socio-economic crises and food (in) security: a Mediterranean in Transition. Conference in memory of Eugenia Ferragina

2018, 17th September

Italian Navy Officer’s Club, Naples
Via Cesario Console, 3 bis
Naples (Italy)
Institute for Studies on Mediterranean Societies, National Council of Research
www.issm.cnr.it/en/

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PRIMA Joint Research and Innovation Programme in Agrifood for more sustainable EuroMed Societies

  1. 1. Angelo Riccaboni Chair Fundación PRIMA, Barcelona Professor of Business Administration, University of Siena, Italy PRIMA Joint Research and Innovation Programme in Agrifood for more sustainable EuroMed Societies
  2. 2. EuroMediterranean Agri Food Systems under severe stress 1. Issues don’t know borders 2. Research & innovation key to deal with challenges 3. Too many small initiatives Joint Research and Innovation Programme WHY PRIMA?
  3. 3. WHAT IS PRIMA?
  4. 4. An integrated Research and Innovation Programme on food systems and water resources 19 Countries 11 EU and 8 SEMCs and the European Commission Equal footing through Governance and organisational mechanisms 500 million euro budget over 7 years managed by PRIMA Foundation, located in Barcelona PRIMA
  5. 5. Who We ArePRIMA Partecipating States 11 EU Countries: Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Slovenia & Spain 8 non-EU countries: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia & Turkey
  6. 6. Annual Calls on 3 Main Thematic Area Other activities MOOC Sustainable Food Systems: a Mediterranean Perspective PRIMA Observatory on Innovation HOW PRIMA WORKS?
  7. 7. trategic Research and Innovation Agenda raft - August 10th 2017 MANAGEMENT OF WATER Integrated and sustainable management of water for arid and semi-arid Mediterranean areas FARMING SYSTEMS Sustainable farming systems under Mediterranean environmental constraints AGRO-FOOD VALUE CHAIN Sustainable Mediterranean agro-food value chain for regional and local development Calls on 3 Main Thematic Areas 817 partnerships with 5473 research units coming from 24 countries
  8. 8. Water management decision support system-based approach for sustainable water reuse innovative wastewater and groundwater reuse & desalination in mediterranean agriculture solar-powered electrochemical technologies for safe irrigation low-cost biological processes for reuse of olive mill wastewaters smart technologies for efficient use of conventional and non-conventional water resources in semi-arid areas
  9. 9. Farming Systems agroforestry to improve the sustainability under climate change mixed cropping-beekeeping system resilient innovative farming systems for the mediterranean environment sustainable mediterranean grain legumes farming systems sustainability of olive groves in the Mediterranean
  10. 10. Food systems production and consumption of camel milk blockchain-based applications dairy innovation for Mediterranean SMEs innovation in mediterranean horticultural chains based on digital technologies more informed consumers to valorise Mediterranean olive oil
  11. 11. Section 1 - Water management Number of partners of selected pre-proposals - By country
  12. 12. Section 1- Farming Systems Number of partners of selected pre-proposals - By Country
  13. 13. Section 1 – Food Systems Number of partners involved - By Country From: Analysis of PRIMA 2018 CALLS Submissions First Stage PRIMA Section 3 Task 3.2.1 MESR/ANR France Claude Yven, Florence Jacquet
  14. 14. Section 2 Research Units of selected projects By country From: Analysis of PRIMA 2018 CALLS Submissions First Stage PRIMA Section 3 Task 3.2.1 MESR/ANR France Claude Yven, Florence Jacquet
  15. 15. The observatory promotes research, innovation and education best practises in Euro Mediterranean Agri- Food systems
  16. 16. Main goals - to support new solutions based upon research and innovation - to promote partnerships among Euro Mediterranean researchers, innovators, enterprises, stakeholders - to attract new investments and interests How - sharing good research and innovation practices - valorising successful stories of innovation in agri-food systems
  17. 17. Who We Are
  18. 18. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION www.prima-med.org prima@unisi.it

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