1st call for the Knowledge Exchange Mechanism of Clearing House
The CLEARING HOUSE project is pleased to announce its first calls for the project’s knowledge exchange mechanism.
The global objective of the knowledge exchange mechanism is to promote capacity development and exchange of knowledge and practices on urban forests as nature-based solutions (UF-NBS), based on peer-to-peer exchanges and scientific support regarding UF-NBS challenges.
Are you a local authority representative looking toward implementing Urban-Forests as Nature-Based Solutions in your city?
Participate in our knowledge exchange mechanism!
Deadline for applications: 11th May
Call for City Tandem
The global objective of the City Tandem is to promote capacity development and exchange of knowledge and practices on urban forests as nature-based solutions (UF-NBS), based on peer-to-peer exchanges. It aims to foster international links at the local level, enabling local leaders to gain new perspectives on UF-NBS. Local authorities (cities, metropolises or regions) wishing to exchange with another local administration facing similar challenges on planning and managing urban forests are encouraged to apply. The selected local authorities will get sponsored to participate in the CLEARING HOUSE City Tandem activities.
More about the City Tandem Call and the application process here.
Call for interest in the Task Force
The global objective of the Task Force is to offer the opportunity to a selected local authority to receive scientific support regarding UF-NBS challenges from the CLEARING HOUSE experts partners. This support will include a review of the challenge stated, research for gaining more in-depth insight in the challenge in the specific territory of the local authority, and an action plan for implementing the suggested solutions.
More about the Task Force Call and the application process here.
For more information, please contact Guillaume Berret (email@example.com) from the Metropolis Secretariat General
The CLEARING HOUSE project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 821242.