27 NGOs across Europe are to benefit from more than €7 million in LIFE programme funding.
Many LIFE climate action projects have a lot in common with the European Climate Pact’s objectives. Therefore, it was fitting that LIFE projects, NGOs, and other stakeholders from across Europe united to discuss how best to support the European Climate Pact.
For the first time, proposers were invited to submit their ideas to accelerate the market-uptake of energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions under the Clean Energy Transition sub-programme, which joined the LIFE programme in 2021.
Over 100 representatives from EU-funded projects and the European Commission discussed the challenges and good practices on upskilling building professionals to deliver high-energy performance building renovations and nearly-zero energy building.
With the holiday season behind us, it’s time to look forward to a new year. Here is a sneak preview of what 2022 has in store for the LIFE programme.
2021 was a year of change for the LIFE programme, but we continued spreading our green message to as broad an audience as possible.
With a budget of EUR 16 million, the European City Facility (EUCF) Call for Proposals is open until 3 March 2022.
Escape the doom and gloom of winter by watching a beautifully shot documentary from the team behind the LIFE Prespa Waterbirds project.
In response to the LIFE programme’s 2021 Call for nature & biodiversity, circular economy & quality of life, and climate action projects, the European Commission has received 606 proposals.
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.