Spain’s LIFE SUSTAINHUTS recently won an award for the most energy-efficient project at a ceremony held during the 23rd Energy Days conference in Portorož, Slovenia.
Restoring and managing peatlands improves water retention and quality, stores carbon, reduces greenhouse gas emissions and increases biodiversity. Since 1992 LIFE has been working hard on this.
The European Commission has approved an investment package of more than €290 million for 132 new projects under the LIFE programme for the Environment and Climate Action.
Style, sustainability, and inclusiveness came together at this week’s LIFE in the New European Bauhaus conference, which ended last night.
The deadline of this year's LIFE Clean Energy Transition call is quickly approaching and many applicants are in the middle of putting their proposals together, in order to submit them by 12 January 2022. Find in the article some important tips before submitting.
Over 4500 registered to Europe’s biggest event on renewables and efficient energy use
Energy price hikes are pushing more households across Europe into energy poverty. Vulnerable consumers in inefficient housing and on low incomes are being hit especially hard and will continue to struggle to maintain a decent standard of living in the coming months, with an increasing number of hous
CINEA – the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency, and the LIFE programme were omnipresent at the Ecomondo, the annual trade fair for the green and circular economy.
Italian LIFE project wins for its public lighting scheme that cuts emissions and improves pedestrian safety.