European Cooperation Day 2016
Let's celebrate territorial cooperation in Europe!
European Cooperation Day is celebrated on 21 September 2016 and the surrounding weeks, to promote the achievements of territorial cooperation in European regions. On average, EC Day is celebrated by over 50 programmes, with more than 170 local events being held in 30 to 35 countries each year, with the participation of several Interreg and ENI programmes and coordinated by Interact. 2016 will be the 5th consecutive EC Day campaign, supported by the European Commission, European Parliament and Committee of the Regions. Check out the European Cooperation Day website to join a local event near you and watch the promotional video: .
Published on: 2016-09-14
This session was organised yesterday in Porto, to provide the necessary guidance for the smooth start of all projects
You can apply for this position by 12 March 2018. Check out the requirements and job description.
BREXIT update : UK organisations still can apply for funding on the next Atlantic Area call for proposals
EU funds guaranteed for the entire project lifetime
New tools for monitoring the chemical status in transitional and coastal waters under the Water Framework Directive
BLUE biotechnology as a road for innovation on HUMAN’s health aiming smart growth in Atlantic Area
The iFADO project is committed with the creation of new marine services to support the Marine Strategy Framework Directive implementation
Launch of SEAFUEL: the European project for sustainable integration of renewable fuels in local transportation
Official kick-off meeting of SEAFUEL project was held in Galway on 25 and 26 January 2018
Promotion of sustainability of the Urban World Heritage Sites
66,8% of the programme ERDF budget allocated to 45 transnational cooperation projects in the Atlantic region
The ALICE project has started to help achieve the EU 2020 targets for biodiversity in Atlantic landscapes
This project will identify economic and social barriers to the implementation of Blue and Green Infrastructures and improve the characterization of biodiversity and ecosystem services at the land-sea interface in the Atlantic Region.