168 proposals received for the first LIFE Clean Energy Transition call
For the first time, applicants were invited to submit their ideas to accelerate the market uptake of energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions under the Clean Energy Transition LIFE sub-programme.
LIFE platform meeting: Boosting awareness and engagement on climate action
On 27 and 28 October 2021, LIFE held a special online platform meeting to encourage the European Climate Pact’s implementation. Check out the highlights from the event and find out how to raise awareness and engagement for lasting climate action.
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. Check out the main takeaways from the event.
Apply to the European City Facility Call for Proposals
The European City Facility (EUCF) Call for Proposals under LIFE Clean Energy Transition is open until 3 March 2022. Proposals are invited to run a European City Facility based on the experiences gained under Horizon 2020 and to offer financial support and services to cities and municipalities or their groupings to develop investment concepts for sustainable energy investments. Re-watch the info session, hosted by CINEA, on 13 December.
2021 was a year of change for the LIFE programme, but we continued spreading our green message to as broad an audience as possible. Despite the changes, we managed to communicate effectively, and we invite you to check the highlights of the year.
Watch ‘Wings, Wetlands and People’: man & nature coexisting on Lesser Prespa Lake
Escape the doom and gloom of winter by watching a beautifully shot documentary from the team behind the LIFE Prespa Waterbirds project. In the documentary, we hear about the project’s efforts to protect the area’s biodiversity and the essential benefits it creates for the local community and economy.
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