Information day on FP6 priority 6, Paris

August 7, 2003

Brussels, 06 Aug 2003

The French agency for the environment and energy management (ADEME) is organising an information day on priority six of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6), 'sustainable development, global chance and ecosystems', to take place on 8 September in Paris, France.

The morning session will be taken up with a review of the first call for proposals, with a focus on French participation and an exchange of experiences on the new instruments.

In the afternoon there will be a presentation of the priorities under the second call for proposals, including the CONCERTO and CIVITAS II initiatives. Further presentations will cover the priorities 'research for policy support' and 'horizontal research activities involving SMEs [small and medium sized enterprises]'.

For further information, please consult the following web address:

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