Apply now for LIFE Funding! The LIFE programme is the EU’s funding instrument for the environment and climate action. LIFE contributes to the implementation, updating and development of EU environmental and climate policy and laws by co-financing projects with European added value. Since its creation in 1992, LIFE has been through a number of different funding periods. The current funding period 2014-2020 has a budget of EUR 3.4 billion and the 2019 LIFE Call for project proposals will be launched at the beginning of April and published on the LIFE Calls website.
To help potential project partners to prepare for the 2019 call the European Commission is organising an Information & Networking Day on the 2019 LIFE call for project proposals on 30 April in Brussels - #EULife19 - at the Charlemagne Building. The event is open to potential applicants presenting project proposals on green technology, nature protection and climate action and registration is open now.
Participants will be invited to a morning information session on the 2019 LIFE call, covering the significant changes to the programme compared to previous years.
The afternoon will be dedicated to networking with fellow participants to share experience, match with potential new partners and meet representatives of the LIFE programme from the European Commission.
The main topics in the 2019 call will cover:
- Environmental technologies and solutions including water, waste, air quality, soil, forest, health
- Climate change adaptation
- Climate change mitigation
- Nature conservation and biodiversity
- Climate and environmental governance and information initiatives
The #EULife19 event will open with a review of the policy drivers of the LIFE programme led by Julien Guerrier, Director of EASME (the European Commission's Executive Agency for SMEs) before the 2019 programme call for action grants: priorities and novelties will be outlined.
There will be an opportunity for questions on the programme calls before a session on tips for a successful application.
After lunch an afternoon of networking and consortium building is foreseen with participants interested in applying for LIFE funding having the chance to find potential project partners or seek advice from EASME experts and National Contact Points in one-to-one meetings.
Why should you participate?
- To find and meet potential partners for your next LIFE project
- Take the chance to meet experts from the EASME)
- To get advice from LIFE National Contact Points