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On July 22th, 2013 European Union foreign ministers
promoted the “WATER DIPLOMACY” in order to
avoid increased tensions du...
Primary objective of the UN International Year of
Water Cooperation 2013 was to break down,
analyze and achieve a common u...
Policy dialogue on an emerging proposal for a
dedicated Global Goal on
Water Targets and Indicators
Smarter targets addres...
EU water politics reflects Europe 2020 strategy for economic growth that
encourages the development of a greener, more env...
It means a WATER - FOOD - ENERGY NEXUS
UNESP, 2012
THE WATER IN APULIA: AN UNIQUE CASE HISTORY
Employment: raise the employment
rate of the population aged 25-64 to
75%;
Research: achieve the target of investing
3% of...
What is HORIZON 2020?
Commission proposal for a 80 billion euro (now 70,2 billion) research and innovation
funding program...
Horizon 2020 support to the market uptake of innovation
Stronger support to activities close to
the end-users and market
M...
Horizon 2020:
Change in approach, break from the past
Focus on high impact and EU added-value to foster growth and jobs
Ch...
Both parts of EU 2020 Strategy
1st objective of European Rural
Development Funds: Strengthening
RTD&I, focus on capacity b...
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/index.html
Strategic programming identifie...
Priority 3 . Societal challenges
Proposed funding (€ million, 2014-2020)
Additional funding for nuclear safety and securit...
Societal Challenge 5: Climate action, environment,
resource efficiency and raw material
Broad lines of activities:
• Fight...
TOWARDS A GREEN ECONOMY :
RESOURCE EFFICIENCY
within ECOLOGICAL RESILIENCE and SOCIAL EQUITY
Horizon 2020
Work Programme 2014/2015 focus areas
Twelve focus areas, of which five linked to Societal Challenge 5:
WASTE:...
Policy context:
European Innovation Partnership
EIP on Active and Healthy Ageing
EIP on Raw Material
EIP on Smart Cities a...
APULIAN ROADMAP
TO EIP ON WATER
Opinion of the CoR on “The role of regional and local authorities in promoting
sustainable...
Why does Puglia experience appear so relevant?
Managing water resources at the basin scale, including land and water, grou...
EIP on Water
Reinforce water innovation capacity and market uptake of successful
research results
Boost the competitivenes...
EIP on Water
Structure and Governance
EIP Water Activities
Task force _ work on barriers and policy recommendations
EIP water tools
Dissemination on best practi...
Action Group Expectations
Development of innovative solutions involving the entire innovation value
chain
Application, imp...
EIP on Water 2014/2015
Bridging the gap: from
innovative w ater solutions to
m arket replication
Specific challenge:
Accel...
EIP on water is a great chance to
enhance the cooperation process
facilitating matchmaking between water
innovators across...
DEMOWARE
Innovation & Demonstration for a Competitive and Innovative European Water
Reuse Sector
FP7 - Water Inno&Demo – 1...
Thank You
USEFUL LINK
POAT 2012 - 2015.Presentation on European innovation partnership water. Author: Fratino. Bari,30 aprile 2015
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  1. 1. On July 22th, 2013 European Union foreign ministers promoted the “WATER DIPLOMACY” in order to avoid increased tensions due to water related problems in many regions of the world. They were conscious that climate change and demographic growth can only exacerbate water conflicts.
  2. 2. Primary objective of the UN International Year of Water Cooperation 2013 was to break down, analyze and achieve a common understanding on the essence of 'WATER COOPERATION’. where Water Cooperation refers to the peaceful management and use of water resources among various players and sectors and at different levels. Budapest, 14 October 2013 A Sustainable World is a Water Secure World
  3. 3. Policy dialogue on an emerging proposal for a dedicated Global Goal on Water Targets and Indicators Smarter targets addressing the following main water-related issues: Achieve universal access to safe drinking water and sanitation; Improve integrated and cross-sectoral approaches to water resources management; Reduce pollution and increase collection, treatment and re-use of water; Increase resilience against the water-related impacts of global changes.
  4. 4. EU water politics reflects Europe 2020 strategy for economic growth that encourages the development of a greener, more environmentally friendly economy. What about EU water politics? (European waters - Current status and future challenges, EEA Report, 9/2012) The Water Blueprint's time horizon is closely related to the EU's 2020 Strategy and, in particular, to the 2011 Resource Efficiency Roadmap, of which the Blueprint is the water milestone
  5. 5. It means a WATER - FOOD - ENERGY NEXUS UNESP, 2012
  6. 6. THE WATER IN APULIA: AN UNIQUE CASE HISTORY
  7. 7. Employment: raise the employment rate of the population aged 25-64 to 75%; Research: achieve the target of investing 3% of GDP in R&D; Resource efficiency: reduce greenhouse gas emission by 20%, increase renewable energy to 20% of total and achieve a 20% increase in energy efficiency; Education: reduce the share of early school leavers to 10% and increase the share of the population aged 30–34 to tertiary to 40%; Fighting poverty: reduce the number of Europeans living below national poverty lines by 25%
  8. 8. What is HORIZON 2020? Commission proposal for a 80 billion euro (now 70,2 billion) research and innovation funding programme (2014-2020). A core part of Europe 2020, Innovation Union & European Research Area: Responding to the economic crisis to invest in future jobs and growth Addressing people’s concerns about their livelihoods, safety and environment Strengthening the EU’s global position in research, innovation and technology
  9. 9. Horizon 2020 support to the market uptake of innovation Stronger support to activities close to the end-users and market More partnering for greater impact (PPPs, P2Ps, EIT-KIC) Strengthened bottom-up activities (SME instrument, Fast Track to Innovation) More support to demand-driven innovation (public procurement for innovation, debt and equity facilities)
  10. 10. Horizon 2020: Change in approach, break from the past Focus on high impact and EU added-value to foster growth and jobs Challenge-based approach, focused on main objectives/sub-challenges (not prescriptive topics) Identification of main building blocks (not unfocused 'shopping list') Coherent packages of activities/instruments Work on leverage effect of: Private Public Partnerships Public Public Partnerships Other EU programmes (Structural Funds, LIFE+…)
  11. 11. Both parts of EU 2020 Strategy 1st objective of European Rural Development Funds: Strengthening RTD&I, focus on capacity building Possibility of joint implementation by a single beneficiary of projects from ERDF and H2020 Smart specialisation Structural funds potential for synergies with H2020 Adopted on December, 17 2013 _ Budget 325,15 billion euro
  12. 12. http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/index.html Strategic programming identifies focus areas, each covered by a specific call, that: Bring together activities from different challenges and enabling technologies Provide support across the innovation chain from research, to development, to proof of concept, piloting, demonstration projects, and to setting standards and policy frameworks. Make use of the full spectrum of funding schemes and types of action (research and innovation actions, innovation actions, ERANets, SME instrument) Integrate different perspectives, including from the social sciences and humanities, gender perspectives and international strategy
  13. 13. Priority 3 . Societal challenges Proposed funding (€ million, 2014-2020) Additional funding for nuclear safety and security from the Euratom Treaty activities Health, dem ographic change and w ellbeing 7 472 Food security, sustainable agriculture, m arine and m aritim e and inland w ater research & the Bioeconom y 3 851 Secure, clean and efficient energy * 5 931 Sm art, green and integrated transport 6 339 Clim ate action, environm ent, resource efficiency and raw m aterials 3 081 Europe in a changing w orld- inclusive, innovative and reflective societies 1 309 Secure societies-protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens 1 695 Science with and for society 462 Spreading excellence and widening participation 816 ABOUT BUDGET
  14. 14. Societal Challenge 5: Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw material Broad lines of activities: • Fighting and adapting to clim ate change • Sustainably m anaging natural resources and ecosystem s • Sustainable supply of non- energy and non-agricultural raw m aterials • Transition tow ards a green econom y through eco- innovation • Global environm ental observation and inform ation system s • Cultural heritage
  15. 15. TOWARDS A GREEN ECONOMY : RESOURCE EFFICIENCY within ECOLOGICAL RESILIENCE and SOCIAL EQUITY
  16. 16. Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2014/2015 focus areas Twelve focus areas, of which five linked to Societal Challenge 5: WASTE: a resource to recycle, reuse and recover raw materials WATER INNOVATION: boosting its value for Europe ENERGY EFFICIENCY DISASTER RESILIENCE: safeguarding society and adapting climate change BLUE GROWTH: unlocking the potential of the oceans
  17. 17. Policy context: European Innovation Partnership EIP on Active and Healthy Ageing EIP on Raw Material EIP on Smart Cities and Communities EIP on Water EIP on Sustainable Agriculture
  18. 18. APULIAN ROADMAP TO EIP ON WATER Opinion of the CoR on “The role of regional and local authorities in promoting sustainable water management” (2011/C 259/03) Rapporteur: Mr Vendola (IT/PES) President of Puglia Region Reference document: Hungarian Presidency letter on October 29th 2010 Official Journal of the European Union on September 2nd, 2011, pp. 259/13-18 ARLEM report on the “Link between desertification and climate change in the Mediterranean” Rapporteur: Mr Vendola (IT/PES) Third ARLEM plenary session on January 30th, 2012
  19. 19. Why does Puglia experience appear so relevant? Managing water resources at the basin scale, including land and water, groundwater, surface water and coastal resources. Optimizing water supply by analyzing and optimizing water balances, adopting water recycling and wastewater reuse and evaluating the environmental impacts of distribution and use options. Managing water demand by utilizing water-efficient technologies and by implementing the “polluters pays” principle with the “over user pays” one Providing equitable access to water resources through participatory and transparent governance and management (IWRM) Utilizing an inter-sectoral approach to decision making so to lead actions where authority for managing water resources is employed responsibly and stakeholders have a share in the process
  20. 20. EIP on Water Reinforce water innovation capacity and market uptake of successful research results Boost the competitiveness and growth of the European water sector Create leadership in water resources management and position Europe as a global market leader in water related innovative solutions SIP Priorities GOALS
  21. 21. EIP on Water Structure and Governance
  22. 22. EIP Water Activities Task force _ work on barriers and policy recommendations EIP water tools Dissemination on best practice available
  23. 23. Action Group Expectations Development of innovative solutions involving the entire innovation value chain Application, implementation, commercialization and dissemination of innovative solutions Identification of barriers to innovation through experiences, translated into policy recommendations for their removal Support of implementation of water policy Connect with relevant initiatives
  24. 24. EIP on Water 2014/2015 Bridging the gap: from innovative w ater solutions to m arket replication Specific challenge: Accelerate the commercialisation of eco-innovative water solutions (technologies, process, products, services, etc.) Stimulate sustainable economic growth, business and job creation in the water sector Proposals should: Support the first application and market replication of near-market water solutions Address the 5 thematic priorities identified in the Strategic Implementation Plan of the European Innovation Partnership on Water o Water reuse and recycling; water and wastewater treatment, including recovery of resources; water and energy integration; flood and drought risk management, role of ecosystems services in the provision of water related services Address, issues affecting rapid uptake and market deployment of innovative solutions Include participation of SMEs Topic relevant also for process industries and advanced I CT solutions
  25. 25. EIP on water is a great chance to enhance the cooperation process facilitating matchmaking between water innovators across the entire value chain. But, water industry by nature is conservative. It's focused on public health, reliable service, and compliance with regulations. Those things add up to create a system that's resistant to change. Water authorities are generally slow to adapt and officials are not rewarded for taking the risks required for innovation as much as they are punished for failure. Innovation means looking beyond the normal for solutions, using science and technology, but at the same time new approaches to achieving behavioral change
  26. 26. DEMOWARE Innovation & Demonstration for a Competitive and Innovative European Water Reuse Sector FP7 - Water Inno&Demo – 1 Puglia Region budget: 160.000 € The goal is to remove or mitigate the main barriers to water reuse implementation by stimulating innovation and improving cohesion within the European water reuse sector. Puglia Region will have a crucial role in the definition of innovative governance approaches and pricing policies. WATERPIPP Water Public Innovation Procurement Policies FP7 - Water Inno&Demo – 2b Puglia Region budget: 92.000 € Born for exploring new public innovation procurement methodologies and testing them where European innovation potential is blocked by bottlenecks and barriers. It aims at facilitating real innovation procurements, mobilizing public authorities, water utilities, SMEs, the R&D community in the field of water, etc. It’s closely linked to the EIP on Water through the Finnowater Action Group.
  27. 27. Thank You
  28. 28. USEFUL LINK

Seminario "Internazionalizzazione della ricerca pugliese: strategia di networking a livello europeo", svolto a Bari il30 aprile 2015 nell'ambito del progetto"Azioni a supporto della partecipazione ai programmi comunitari a gestione diretta e al lavoro in rete" Ambito 1, Linea 3 del POAT 2013 – 2015

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