MAIA in brief 

When an EC-funded R&I project comes to an end, often the visibility of its findings diminishes meaningfully, resulting in inefficiency and redundancy.  Also, the lack of synergies between different projects leads to lost opportunities to reduce the global climate vulnerability.

The European Commission seeks to address this situation through the MAIA project, which will provide and implement a set of effective measures that facilitate a wider dissemination, communications, and interconnection of completed and on-going EU climate change research projects.

MAIA as an impact multiplier 

The MAIA project aims to act as an impact multiplier of climate research projects funded under the Horizon Europe and Horizon 2020 programmes. The aim of the project is to make the current disperse knowledge more interoperable, accessible, usable, and rendering the outcomes more economically sustainable.

  • The role of Regions4 in MAIA and opportunities for our members

    • Activate the communication between Regions4 regional network with the wider European Union scientific community and actors to allow for shaping climate policies and help to consolidate a new network between organisations in need of support, and organisations providing solutions. 
    • Connect Regions4 regional network and global partners with the ‘MAIA Marketplace’, which will be a European community of innovation and technology programmes.​​
    • Organise a series of policy-science dialogues and policy roundtables to support awareness raising on best climate science and identify research gaps and key drivers for change.
    • Connect Regions4 regional network to the MAIA project to allow for peer learning, technical exchange, training activities, and cooperation opportunities.
    • Bring the knowledge but also the needs of regions to connect them with the MAIA project.
    • Visit the MAIA website here.

MAIA webinars: Get involved!

Learn about how to get involved and be part of the audience in upcoming MAIA webinars to advance climate action

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We welcome our regions members to participate in the EU Mission Horizon Europe Projects on Climate Change
Do not hesitate to contact us!

    Mariana Trinidad Corvaro, responsible
    of this project:

    Mariana Trinidad Corvaro

    Climate and Resilience Project Manager