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  • EU Datathon’s winning teams look for matches with EU funded projects


    At the EU Datathon final on 15 October 2020 enthusiasts from Europe presented their innovative ideas of using EU’s open data to address ongoing challenges. The winning teams are now looking for matches with EU funded projects. The objective of this match-making is to help the EU Datathon...

    Āraiši Archaeological Park, Latvia, upgrades the visitor experience


    A leading tourist attraction and site of national historical interest in Latvia’s Vidzeme region – an open-air reconstruction of a unique 8-10th century fortified residence – has a new visitor centre and protective infrastructure, thanks to ERDF funding. The reconstruction is the...

    Smart Regions: greener and smarter schools in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro


    Schools are becoming greener in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro thanks to EU cohesion policy’s support. The latest episode of Smart Regions focused on the Smart Schools project, a cross-border scheme which aims to reduce pollution and promote renewable energies....

    EU solidarity in action: €56.7 million to Spain to repair the damages of the extreme weather DANA in autumn 2019


    The European Commission granted aid worth €56.7 million from the EU Solidarity Fund (EUSF) to Spain following the extreme weather conditions DANA (Depresión Aislada en Niveles Altos) resulting in floods in the regions of Valencia, Murcia, Castilla-La Mancha and Andalucía in...

    Coronavirus care for Lapland micro-businesses


    The Lapland Micro-Enterprise Growth Network project in Finland has provided valuable information and peer support to very small local business, including throughout the difficult coronavirus crisis. The network, which started at the end of 2017, brings together very small businesses and...

    New bus terminal in Luhačovice, Czechia


    The spa town of Luhačovice in the Czech region of Zlín has a new terminal for local buses. The modern facility is expected to ease local traffic, improve passenger safety and increase access to public transport. The project renovated platforms, road surfaces and areas around the terminal and...

    EU Cohesion policy invests over €145 million in better transport connection in Romania


    The European Commission approved an investment of over €145 million from the Cohesion Fund to build a 31 km bypass around Bacău, in Eastern Romania. The project will divert transit traffic and heavy goods vehicles away from the city, thus reducing accidents, congestion and pollution. The...

    READY FOR THE GREEN CHALLENGE: EU-Funded Green Trip Is Starting


    15 young influencers visit over 70 green projects to promote a sustainable lifestyle in Europe. On 29th October the Green Trip campaign sends 15 young influencers from five European countries to visit more than 70 sustainable projects to showcase existing green solutions and...

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