Contacts for the press
MOOD Communication officers:
Valentina Delconte, Communications manager OpenGeoHub (website, announcements, events)
Lea Zamuner, Communication officer OpenGeoHub (website, articles, social media)
For any press inquiries or communication request: email@example.com, Tel: + 31 721 1063
Sophie Della Mussia, press officer CIRAD
firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 33 (0)4 67 61 75 94
In this folder, you can find the MOOD logos in all formats (PNG, JPEG, PDF) and colours (coloured, black and white), and editable files (EPS).
Bellow you can find a flyer about the MOOD project.
MOOD Press Releases
The MOOD project aims to develop innovative tools and services for the early detection, assessment, and monitoring of current and potential infectious diseases threats in Europe in a context of global change including climate change. The MOOD innovations will increase the operational abilities of epidemic intelligence systems to face new disease threats, including emerging diseases of known or unknown origin, and antimicrobial resistance pathogens. The MOOD innovations will address the challenges of cross-sectorial data sharing and valorisation in a One Health framework based on cross-sectoral collaboration for animal, human and environmental health. End-users are the human and veterinary public-health agencies that are responsible for designing and implementing strategies to mitigate the identified risks. https://mood-h2020.eu/”
CIRAD: “CIRAD is the French agricultural research and international cooperation organization working for the sustainable development of tropical and Mediterranean regions. Along with its partners, it is convinced that agriculture has a central role in the major transitions required to guarantee a sustainable future for every country in the global South. Generating and sharing new knowledge, contributing to innovation processes and building the capacity and skills of stakeholders in those countries to support their sustainable development are the drivers of its operations. In particular, its activities centre on issues such as biodiversity, the agroecological transition, climate change, health (of plants, animals and ecosystems), the development of rural territories, and food systems. CIRAD works in some fifty countries on every continent, thanks to the expertise of its 1650 staff members, including 800 researchers, backed by a global network of partners. https://www.cirad.fr/en“
OpenGeoHub: “OpenGeoHub is a not-for-profit research foundation with headquarters in Wageningen, the Netherlands (“Stichting OpenGeoHub”). The main goal of OpenGeoHub is to promote publishing and sharing of Open Geographical and Geoscientific Data and using and developing of Open Source Software. https://opengeohub.org”