Connect with the European phosphorus community through the ESPP opportunities section!

Are you looking for or offering a job, funding possibility, call for papers, collaboration partner or any other kind of "opportunity" in the area of sustainable phosphorus management?  Find your partners amongst the ESPP Opportunities!

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WaterCampus Leeuwarden and EIT RawMaterials have launched a new 300 k€ program to support and boost start-ups: Resourcing water. The program offers business support to starting entrepreneurs with innovative ideas on the recovery and recycling of metals and minerals from water streams or on the upcycling of waste components.

The WaterCampus Leeuwarden (NL) is a partnership between the Water Alliance, the Centre of Expertise Water Technology and Wetsus, European centre of excellence for sustainable water technology. The WaterCampus creates added value in innovation, entrepreneurship and education through cooperation between business, educational institutes and governments.

Call for partners for an Interreg project on ASHES to use in agriculture as fertiliser or soil amendment.

Close Date: 1 June 2016     

Job Description

The Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability at ASU seeks an energetic, creative, and analytical individual to help advance the emerging North American Partnership for Phosphorus Sustainability (NAPPS) into an effective and self-sustaining program. The mission of NAPPS is to promote and foster the implementation of sustainable phosphorus solutions, and especially the widespread establishment of P recycling pathways, in both the private and public sectors in North America.

FAO calls for technical cooperation in Water Footprinting and modelling of Nitrogen and Phosphorus flows. Building global technical consensus through the FAO Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership. After having, amongst others, developed several guidelines and datasets for the assessment of GHG emissions from livestock supply chains, the LEAP Partnership is now forming two new technical advisory groups (TAGs) to build global technical consensus on the following two areas:

  • Modelling of nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus and environmental impacts
  • Water footprinting of livestock supply chains

PhD with subject Screening and performance of phosphorus-efficient cereal cultivars for future food security.

Bangor University
Deadline 23rd March 2016.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is partnering with pork and dairy producers, USDA, and environmental and scientific experts to host a competition to find technologies that can recycle nutrients from livestock waste and create valuable products.

Contribute to more sustainable phosphorus cycling in a circular economy by answering fundamental questions about how plants access alternative phosphorus fertilisers in soil.

Deadline for applications: 22 January 2016.

The draft Horizon 2020 work programme 2016-2017 in the area of cross-cutting activities announces the call "SPIRE-03-2016: Industrial technologies for the valorisation of European bio-resources into high added value process streams". 

The draft Horizon 2020 work programme 2016-2017 in the area of cross-cutting activities announces the call "SFS-30-2017: Closing loops at farm and regional levels to mitigate GHG emissions and environmental contamination - focus on carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in agro-ecosystems ".

The mission of the North American Partnership for Phosphorus Sustainability (NAPPS) is to promote and foster the implementation of sustainable P solutions in both the private and public sectors in North America.

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