Ready to go: 5 LIFE close-to-market innovationsWithin the environment and climate spheres, the LIFE programme helps companies to bring their green products, technologies and services to the market. These so-called ‘close-to-market’ projects tend to focus on waste management, the circular economy, resource efficiency, water, air or climate change mitigation.
ComAct is set to renovate multi-family apartment buildings and fight energy povertyComAct ( Community Tailored Actions for Energy Poverty Mitigation) seeks to unlock high impact / high-cost energy efficiency improvements in multi-family apartment buildings in the Central and Eastern European (CEE) and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) regions.
Video: Europe aims to multiply the offshore wind power capacity by 30 timesThe European Green Deal aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Considering that 75% of greenhouse gasses in Europe come from fossil fuels, expanding new sources of “green, blue” power is needed. That’s the aim of the European Offshore Renewable Strategy.
Webinar on the impacts of Energy Efficiency projects in the Industry and Services sectors – 22 April 2021EASME will present key results of a study assessing the impact of 41 EU-funded projects (both Intelligent Energy Europe-II and H2020 programmes), which focused on supporting the uptake of energy efficiency measures in the Industry and Services sectors.
LIFE platform meeting on financing connectivity: Building the Trans-European Nature NetworkThe LIFE community of nature restoration practitioners has practical experience to share on how best to select priority corridor areas to increase ecological connectivity across European landscapes, and deliver multiple benefits for nature, climate and people. Projects under the LIFE programme have piloted different governance models and funding options for ecological corridors.
Joining forces to restore marine biodiversityCoastal and marine ecosystems are among the most productive and biodiverse. They have the potential to mitigate climate change impacts through carbon capture and storage (known as “blue carbon”), to provide coastal protection and improve climate resilience.
EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) taking place in October 2021The biggest event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe is back online! Save the date for the 16th edition of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) 2021!From 25 to 29 October 2021, EUSEW invites you to join the debate under the theme ‘Towards 2030: Reshaping the European Energy System’. As work continues towards the new 2030 targets to ensure a climate-neutral continent, EUSEW 2021 is an unmissable opportunity to have your voice heard for a sustainable and energy efficient Europe.