18 Amendments of Cristian-Silviu BUŞOI related to 2021/0048(NLE)
Amendment 205 #
Amendment 214 #
(14) Horizon Europe introduces a more strategic, coherent and impact-driven approach to European partnerships, building on the lessons learned from the Horizon 2020 interim evaluation. In line with the new ambition, this Regulation aims at a more effective use of institutionalised European partnerships notably by focusing on clear objectives, outcomes and impact that can be achieved by 2030, and by ensuring a clear contribution to the related Union policy priorities and policies. Close collaboration and synergies with other relevant initiatives at Union, national and regional level, in particular with other European partnerships, are key in achieving greater impact and ensuring take up of results. In assessing the overall impact, broader
investments beyond the contributions from partners and triggered by the joint undertakings that contribute to achieving their objectives should be taken into account.
Amendment 248 #
(29) The joint undertakings should operate in an open and transparent way, providing all relevant information in a timely manner to their appropriate bodies as well as promoting their activities, including information and dissemination activities, to the wider public.
Amendment 264 #
(39) In the context of the European Commission’s priority of “A European Green Deal”13 supported by the revised Union Bioeconomy Strategy14 , the EU Biodiversity Strategy15 , the Clean Planet for All Communication16 , the Circular Economy Action Plan17 and the new Farm to Fork communication18
, the European bio-based sector, including SMEs, regions and primary producers should become climate neutral, more circular and more sustainable while remaining competitive on the global scale. A strong, resource efficient and competitive bio-based innovation ecosystem can decrease dependency on and accelerate the substitution of non-renewable fossil raw materials and mineral resources. It can develop renewable bio-based products, materials, processes and nutrients from waste and biomass through sustainability and circularity-driven innovation. Such ecosystem can also create value from local feedstock – including waste, residues and side-streams – to deliver jobs, economic growth and development throughout the Union not only in urban areas but also in rural and coastal territories where biomass is produced and that are often peripheral regions that rarely benefit from industrial development. _________________ 13 https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/priorities- 2019-2024/european-green-deal_en 14 COM(2018)673 final 15 COM/2020/380 final 16https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal- content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:52018 DC0773&from=EN 17 COM(2020)98 final 18 COM(2020)381 final
Amendment 276 #
Recital 44 a (new)
Amendment 278 #
(46) In order to maximise synergies between programmes at Union, national and regional level, the members of the States’ Representatives Group of the Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking should explore possibilities to provide financial support at national level to excellent proposals that were not selected for funding by the Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking due to oversubscription.
Amendment 303 #
(62) Tackling infectious diseases affecting sub-Saharan Africa with modern technology tools requires the involvement of a large set of actors and long-term
commitments. The Global Health EDCTP3 Joint Undertaking should broker productive and sustainable North–South and South–South networking and cooperation, building relationships with multiple private and public sector organisations to strengthen project and institutional collaborations. The programme should also help to establish new North–South and South-South collaborations to conduct multi-country, multi-site studies in sub-Saharan Africa. In addition, a regular international conference, the EDCTP Forum, should provide a platform for scientists and relevant networks from Europe, Africa, and elsewhere to share findings and ideas, and to establish collaborative links.
Amendment 332 #
(81) The Single European Sky ATM Research 3 Joint Undertaking should build
on the experience of the SESAR Joint Undertaking and continue its coordination role for ATM research in the Union. The main objectives of the Single European Sky ATM Research 3 Joint Undertaking should be to strengthen and further integrate the research and innovation capacity in Europe, helpin g t o accelerate the digitalisation of the sector and render ing it more resilient and scalable to fluctuations in traffic. It should strengthen, through innovation, the competitiveness of manned and unmanned air transport and ATM services, to support economic recovery and growth. It should develop and accelerate the market uptake of innovative solutions to establish the Single European Sky airspace as the most efficient and environmentally friendly sky to fly in the world.
Amendment 407 #
Article 5 – paragraph 2 – point c
seek synergies with and, where appropriate, possibilities for further funding from relevant activities and programmes at Union, national, and regional level, in particular with those supporting the deployment of innovative solutions, education and regional development, such as Cohesion policy funds in line with smart specialisation strategies;
Amendment 427 #
Article 5 – paragraph 2 – point o
Amendment 451 #
Article 10 – paragraph 1
1. The Union financial contribution to the joint undertakings, including EFTA appropriations, shall cover administrative and operational costs up to the maximum amounts specified in Part Two. The Union contribution specified in Part Two may be increased with contributions from third countries
if the latter are available.
Amendment 524 #
Article 17 – paragraph 1
1. The executive director shall be appointed by the governing board on the basis of merit and skills, from the list of candidates proposed by the Commission, following an open and transparent selection procedure which shall respect the principle of
Amendment 554 #
Article 19 – paragraph 2
2. There shall be a balanced representation of experts among the members of the scientific advisory body, within the scope of the activities of the joint undertaking, including with respect to
gender balance. Collectively, the members of the scientific advisory body shall have the necessary competences and expertise covering the technical domain in order to make science-based recommendations to the joint undertaking, taking into account the socio-economic impact of such recommendations and the objectives of the joint undertaking.
Amendment 611 #
Article 34 – paragraph 2
2. For the purposes of developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating Union policies or programmes, the joint undertaking shall provide the Commission with the information included in submitted proposals.
Amendment 695 #
Article 58 – paragraph 1
The Union financial contribution from the Horizon Europe Programme to the Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking, including EFTA appropriations, to cover administrative costs and operational costs shall be up to EUR 1 700 000 000, including up to EUR 39 223 000 for administrative costs. The Union contribution
may be increased with contributions from third countries if the latter are available.
Amendment 713 #
Article 65 – paragraph 5
5. The Technical Committee shall
develop and maintain the technological roadmap and strategy of the programme. It shall propose and prepare for adoption by the Governing Board, as appropriate, the scope and programming of the research actions, the technical strategy and the overall research roadmap of the Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking. A Governing Board member may be delegated to follow the activities therein.
Amendment 826 #
Article 85 – paragraph 2 a (new)
Amendment 948 #
Article 130 – paragraph 2 – point e
(e) activities to develop the ecosystem supporting the cooperation of technology users and suppliers