Launch of a publication presenting the Atlantic Area projects main results
The best testimony of the importance of our Programme as an efficient instrument of Cohesion Policy and the investment of 140 M€ of European funds in the Atlantic regions
We are pleased to present the publication "Delivering results for the Atlantic regions", which shows the main results and activities of the 71 projects funded by the Atlantic Area Programme, achieved from 2017 to date.
This publication presents the good cooperation work carried out by public authorities, institutions and private companies in applying their potential and joint efforts to strengthen skills, share good practices and create new business opportunities.
This is the result of the investment of around 140 million euros of European funds in the areas of innovation and competitiveness, resource efficiency, territorial risks, and natural and cultural heritage, and it's the best testimony of the importance of our Programme as an efficient instrument of cohesion policy in the Atlantic regions.
Furthermore, we hope this information repository will also be a source of inspiration for future partnerships applying for the Atlantic Area Programme.
We thank once again all the partners who have been involved in the drafting of this content and wish you all a good reading!
Published on: 2022-12-12
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