This call for proposals addresses the priority area ” environmental governance & information” of the environment sub-programme of the LIFE Programme
Environmental governance & information
The programme supports projects in the areas of awareness raising, environmental training and capacity building, legislative compliance and enforcement, knowledge development and public and stakeholder participation.It co-finances action grants for information, awareness and dissemination projects that aim to promote awareness raising on environmental matters. This includes cooperation platforms and knowledge sharing on sustainable environmental solutions and practice.
Projects receive a co-funding of up to 55%.
Who can apply
Anyone registered in the EU can make a proposal for LIFE’s traditional, integrated, preparatory and technical assistance projects under the environment and climate action sub-programmes. -Public body operating under the authority of a national government, e.g. local authority, national administration, etc. – Private commercial organisation – Private non-commercial organisation (NGOs, etc.) Unlike other funding programmes, LIFE projects are very flexible in terms of application. You can decide whether you want to implement a project on your own, or whether you prefer to join forces with partners from your own country or from another country. If you apply without partners or are the project leader among several partners, you will be called the coordinating beneficiary. Other partners who contribute but do not lead a project are associated beneficiaries. Associated beneficiaries must be responsible for one or more project actions and must contribute financially to the project. If you reside outside the EU, you can contribute to a project as an associated beneficiary by carrying out actions that are necessary to achieve the EU’s environmental or climate objectives. Specific conditions apply to capacity building projects.
Deadline for applicants to submit concept notes
19th of June 2019