Interactive map, figures and statistics - check our new environment data hub!

Interactive map, figures and statistics - check our new environment data hub!

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Are you part of an environment project funded by Horizon 2020? And are you looking for a potential partner? Or do you want to know more about projects in your field or country? Here's the new way to navigate through all this information in a dynamic and easy way: the environment data hub!

With this application it is now possible to simply search and filter projects by topic (earth observation, circular economy, climate services, raw materials etc.), country, project type, year (start or end date) and budget range. You can do this by clicking on the blue arrow on the left side of the map.

Besides this, each project has a summary that includes some information about the project, the participants and a link for their website. This means that in a few clicks you'll be able to find lots of useful data!

Statistics and figures are also an important feature. Click on the graphic icon on top left menu and try it for yourself.

Last but not the least, you can embed the application to your website and allow your visitors to benefit from the interactive tool. 

Questions? Check the data hub manual.



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  • Franz Immler's picture

    this is really lovely.
    As an idea: would it be possible to display a word cloud of keywords and locate on this "map" all projects related to those keywords?

  • Erwan's picture

    Glad you like our new tool ;)
    You can already use the free search from the left pane and display in the 3 modules information on the projects containing your keyword in the title and/or the abstract.
    Erwan @EASME

  • Anabela Carvalho's picture

    Many thanks for this very useful tool. It is really good and helpfull

    I take the opportunity to suggest the chance to download the list of participants, projects, etc and not just the graphs. Another point is that the statistics, and then the related graphs, on the number of projects seems to be only related to coordinated projects per country (?). Please, check if this is correct or not. If so, I suggest to update the caption for these two figures.

    Again thanks and congratulations for the excellent work.

    Best wishes,

    Anabela Carvalho

  • martizr's picture

    Thanks a lot for your feedback.

    The possibility to download lists of beneficiaries and projects is under development.

    Number of projects per country depends indeed on the nationality of the project coordinator, as explained in the disclaimer.

    Erwan @EASME

  • Kodwo Menah Ababio Grey-Mills's picture

    I am interested in green projects, that can help ameliorate the scale of damage to our world. That is better, and more efficient systems, Solar energy products that can be sold in place of electrification, and the over dependency on oil products, energy substitution programs

  • Arif Solmaz's picture

    Great work indeed, thank you!
    Do you know that similar maps and statistics available for the past or ongoing Erasmus+ projects in general?

  • chladag's picture

    Dear Arif,
    I'm not sure they have similar statistics, but please try to contact our colleagues dealing with this programme https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/contact_en#tab-1-2
    Best regards,
    Agnieszka @EASME

  • Miriam's picture

    Interactive maps are a very good idea!

    I tried to access to both the data hubs but it is not possible. Are they already available or under maintenance at the moment? And are you planning to create interactive maps for energy and maritime projects?

    Thank you.

  • chladag's picture

    Dear Miriam, they are both online and accessible:

    Have you tried to open them in different browsers? 

    We are planning to have such a map for energy efficiency in the near future. 

    Best regards,

    Agnieszka @EASME

  • John Heynen's picture

    Great tool,

    perhaps an idea to combine it with the LIFE projects: http://ec.europa.eu/environment/life/countries/

    It seems to be using the same ICT tools..

    Regards, John

  • kammeju's picture

    Dear John,

    Glad to hear you like the new tool. And yes, we are looking into developing a similar tool for the LIFE projects.

    However, since we are using different IT tools for managing the LIFE programme than for Horizon 2020, it is not as easy as it seems...


    Juliane @ EASME