18.11.2020, Online event
Interreg Atlantic Area Annual Event 2020
The video with the recording of the event is now available!
The Interreg Atlantic Area programme annual event was held on the 18th November 2020, from 14:00 to 16:30 (Lisbon time)
This event was due to take place in Bordeaux, hosted by the French Presidency of the Programme in 2020, but considering to the current situation and restrictions, it was for the first time, entirely online.
This year Interreg celebrates 30 years and we are part of this celebration. Together with our partners and Atlantic actors, we highlighted the best that is being done for the benefit of our regions and citizens, sharing some experiences on how Interreg is making the difference in our regions.
Having as stage the European Green Deal, the EU plan to make economy more sustainable, a special panel was be dedicated to the programme contribution to a climate-neutral Europe transition, highlighting some of our great projects.
We will also take this opportunity to share with you some hints on what's on the table for the future, with the next programming period under construction.
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Published on: 2020-11-22
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