The Communication Workshop for LIFE integrated projects took place on 9 March 2022.
The event consisted of three sessions:
- Planning and strategy
- Target audiences and messages
- Evaluating communication activities
Made to measure: evaluating communication activities
LIFE-IP ZENAPA - Climate protection conferences for children
FRESHABIT LIFE IP - Spreading the word for freshwater nature
LIFE IP PAF-NATURALIT - The best practice examples of communication activities
GRIP on LIFE-IP - Swedish pearls, a prize winning film
GRASSLAND-HU LIFE IP - The secrets of the grasslands
LIFE IP GESTIRE - LIFE communication activities and lessons learned
LIFE-IP: N2K Revisited - Methodological guidelines for communication with landowners and land users
LIFE IP CIRCWASTE - Waste management in Finland – video case
'Take 5' - LIFE-IP GRASSLAND-HU
'Take 5' - LIFE IP GESTIRE 2020
'Take 5' - LIFE-IP: N2K Revisited
'Take 5' - LIFE IP CIRCWASTE-FINLAND
- communications industry
Since their introduction in 2014, 70 integrated projects have been funded in 25 Member States (and involving actions in 26 countries). These projects have a combined budget of more than €700 million. They also mobilize and coordinate the use of more than €20 billion in complementary funding from other EU and national funds as well as the private sector.
The communications work of the integrated projects is an important aspect, especially in connecting citizens with the European dimension of climate and environmental action.
The broad aim of the communications workshop was to provide practical support by presenting and discussing the best practice examples from the peer group of integrated projects.