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MIRRA is interested in joining a consortium within Section 1
Topic 1.1.1 (RIA) Sustainable soil and water management for combating land degradation and desertification and promoting ecosystem restoration
Management of Water Integrated and sustainable management of water for arid and semi-arid Mediterranean areas, Nexus Energy- water-food, Olive, agro-industrial waste, compost, organic fertilizer, peat, growth media, plant nursery, bio-plastic, biodegradation, Rainwater harvesting, Reuse of treated wastewater in agriculture, Soil and Water Resources; irrigation, protection, management, Soil properties, Soil Health, wastes, recycling and valorization, risk assessment, Soil properties, Soil Health, wastes, wastewaters reuse, recycling and valorization, risk assessment,, Sustainable groundwater management, Sustainable use of water, Sustainable water management and irrigation systems, WATER-ECOSYSTEM-FOOD NEXUS, Waste water, Wasterwater treatment,, Wastewater, Wastewater Plant, Wastewater Treatment, Wastewater management, Wastewater treatment technologies, Water, Water Treatment, Water scarcity, Water use efficiency, Water-Energy-Food Nexus, nature-based solution, clean water, water management, restoration of aquifers,, rainwater, waste reuse and recycling, wastewater treatment technologies, olive oil, edible oils, bioplastics, zero waste, circular economy, wastewater treatment,, wastewater; wastewater treatment; water reuse; irrigation by reused water, water availability, water catchment, water desalination, water sustainability, water use and reuse, water, agriculture, climate, water/soil salinity, wateruse and reuse, • Agricultural water/energy management and irrigation systems and technology;
MIRRA is interested in joining a consortium in the following topics within section 1:
- Topic 1.1.1-2021(RIA) Sustainable soil and water management for combating land degradation and desertification and promoting ecosystem restoration.
- 1.2.1-2021 (IA) Increasing the environmental and socio-economic performance of small-scale farming systems through improvements in organizational aspects and new value chain governance models.
- 1.3.1-2021 (IA) Increase adherence to the Mediterranean diet as a sustainable pattern including environmental, social, and health aspects.
- 1.4.1-2021 (IA) Leveraging knowledge on the Nexus management of Water-Energy-Food-Ecosystems resources in the Mediterranean region: from concepts to practical solutions.
DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ORGANISATION:
Methods for Irrigation and Agriculture (MIRRA) is a Jordanian, private, non-governmental research and development association established in 2007.
MIRRA’s mission is to work toward the implementation of sustainable development initiatives in Jordan by addressing the challenges facing the water, agricultural, and environmental sectors in order to contribute to water conservation, environmental sustainability, and social and economic prosperity.
MIRRA is now a partner in a PRIMA-funded Project, AZMUD- Improvement of Mediterranean greenhouses performance using innovative plastic materials, natural additives, and novelty irrigation technologies.
To learn more about MIRRA, you can visit our website on:
The Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area will devise new R&I approaches to improve water availability and sustainable agriculture production in a region heavily distressed by climate change, urbanisation and population growth
The PRIMA programme is an Art.185 initiative supported and funded under Horizon 2020, the European Union’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
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