In this month’s newsletter we look ahead to the COP24 climate change conference in Poland. You can find open calls for the 2019 EU Sustainable Energy Week, and read reports on climate-friendly farming and ‘fishing for litter’ from LIFE workshops at the European Parliament. Finally, we bring you the latest events and LIFE project success stories.
In this month's newsletter we highlight the outcomes of a high-level gathering on preventing food waste. There are proposals for mitigating the climate impact of energy-intensive industries and we find out how citizen science is transforming volunteering for nature conservation.
In this month's newsletter we reveal details of the latest Climate Action project proposals. There are a host of big events with a LIFE connection and, as ever, a trio of featured projects tackling some of the key environmental issues.
In this month's newsletter we remind potential applicants of important funding deadlines. There's also news of an open consultation and a competition for budding journalists. Finally, we present solutions from projects to some key environmental and nature conservation challenges.
In this month's newsletter we reveal a major budget boost for LIFE and find out how many concept notes have been submitted in the Environment sub-programme's call for proposals. We also highlight the importance of volunteers to LIFE.
This issue of LIFEnews celebrates the winners of this year's LIFE Awards. We also welcome applicants to keep up the good work by submitting project proposals in 2018
This issue of our newsletter announces LIFE's 2018 call for project proposals. We offer some tips for obtaining funds and invite applicants to join our Information and Networking days.
This issue of LIFEnews announces new calls for proposals and invites you to their official Information Day. It also tours wildlife protection and climate adaptation in the Mediterranean, and introduces the finalists of this year's Natura 2000 Awards.
This issue of LIFEnews welcomes the adoption of LIFE's new Multiannual Work Programme and its two-stage application process. We also introduce novel technologies to catch microplastics, storm-proof streets and follow migrating birds.