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Format: 11.08.2020
101 Funding Programmes

Implementation of the second cycle of the MSFD: achieving coherent, coordinated and consistent updates of the determinations of good environmental status, initial assessments and environmental targets

According to the Guidelines Integrated projects under the sub-programme for Climate Action are projects implementing on a large territorial scale climate action plans, strategies or roadmaps required by specific Union climate legislation, develope

The aim is to support strategic transnational partnerships to develop joint roadmaps at sea basin level in order to coordinate investments for innovation in a specific high potential blue growth technology, domain or value chain.

This call for proposals aims to support strategic transnational partnerships to develop joint roadmaps at sea basin level.

Measure 5.4 “Processing fishery and aquaculture products” will contribute to achieving the specific objective “Encouraging investments in processing and marketing sectors”.

The Operational Programme for Large Infrastructure (POIM) was elaborated to meet Romania’s needs for development identified in the 2014-2020 Partnership Agreement and in full compliance with the Common Strategic Framework and the Position Document

This call for proposals aims to support activities under Measure 2.2 “Productive investments in aquaculture” in terms of upgrading facilities and diversification of incomes of aquaculture companies.

The program promotes actions enhancing the potential of the blue economy and generating sustainable growth and new jobs in maritime sectors.

Natural England is seeking to identify a boundary for a marine SPA around the existing Isles of Scilly SPA, which is currently limited in extent to the land.

The overall objective of the Programme is to support strategic Greece-Italy cross-border co-operation for a more prosperous and sustainable region across the maritime border.

The Interreg South Baltic is a funding instrument seeking to activate the potential for blue and green growth through cross-border cooperation. “Blue growth” addresses the economic potential to be developed in harmony with the marine environment, whereas “Green growth” refers to economic growth utilising natural resources in a sustainable manner.

The Interreg South Baltic is a funding instrument seeking to activate the potential for blue and green growth through cross-border cooperation.