The European Week of Regions and Cities took place from 11 – 14 October. #EURegionsWeek is the largest Brussels-based event dedicated to regional policy. On the 12th, a virtual workshop looked at how the LIFE programme helped public authorities to make the green transition.
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Public authorities should support the green transition by having a green, inclusive and fair governance process.
The Green transition: LIFE supports public authorities workshop discussed the main challenges impacting the adoption of EU environmental legislation at local and regional levels. It also presented how LIFE funding can support this process through its Strategic Integrated Projects and Strategic Nature Projects. And it aimed to inspire potential Call applicants by providing expert tips on writing a winning LIFE proposal.
Also, this workshop featured several LIFE-funded projects that supported the implementation of EU environmental legislation.
- Chair: Maja Mikosinska (CINEA – Head of Sector Nature and Biodiversity)
- LIFE programme 2021 - 2027: Laura Giappichelli and César Seoánez (CINEA – Project Managers)
- LIFE projects: PAF-NATURALIT LIFE Malopolska LIFE IP INTEMARES LIFE IP SMART WASTE.
Watch the workshop
EURegionsWeek2021 - LIFE Strategic Projects
EURegionsWeek2021 - LIFE Malopolska
EURegionsWeek2021 - LIFE IP Naturalit
EURegionsWeek2021 - LIFE IP INTEMARES
EURegionsWeek2021 - LIFE IP SMART WASTE
Note: CINEA had a stand during #EURegionsWeek. The stand presented information on the Agency and its various programmes, including LIFE.