The 2024 Joint International Green ERA-Hub Call is developed by the partners of the ERA-Hub Call in collaboration with the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA) and the Wheat initiative. The overall objective of this Call is to advance the climate smart farming for climate change adaptation, resilience to stresses, and crop and livestock health, in a context of the economic sustainability of farming.

 Call topics:

  • Topic 1: Improved resilience and health of crops The scope includes projects focused on temperate, rain-fed and irrigated cropping environments. These farming systems are often characterised by cereal production, particularly wheat and barley, grown in rotation with brassica, grain legumes or other crops. Rotational grassland and perennial crops are also included in the scope.
  • Topic 2: Livestock production and climate change This topic focusses on livestock, GHGs and climate change, addressing both, (a) solutions for climate change adaptation and (b) measurement systems for GHG emissions. The scope includes the major terrestrial livestock types (beef and dairy cattle, pigs, poultry and small ruminants).


  • The deadline for pre-registration of proposals is July 31, 12:00h CEST (noon).
  • The deadline for full proposal submission is September 5, 12:00h CEST (noon).

 Note:webinar for applicants was held on 21st of June 2024, 9:30 CEST. You can access the slides from this meeting using the following link:

Call documents and submission platformGreen Era Hub: Call2 (

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Karin Metzlaff, EPSO Executive Director (member GEH External Expert Group)