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Sectors: Education - Training, Energy, Environment, Health, Information, Justice - Security, Public Management

Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Agencies Chambers, Banks, Corporations, Development NGOs, Federations Unions, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, Schools, SMEs, Training centres, Universities

Regions: European Union

Category: Call for proposals


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Responsible: European Commission


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Integrated Projects(IPs) aim at implementing on a large territorial scale, in particular, regional, multi-regional, national or trans-national scale, environmental plans or strategies required by specific Union environmental legislation while ensuring involvement of stakeholders.

Priorities and funded actions:


– To co-fund actions with the main purpose of helping Member States and regional/local authorities in the implementation of specific set of strategic environmental plans or strategies

Set of strategic environmental plans or strategies

– 1. Nature IPs: implementation of Prioritised Action Frameworks (PAF) elaborated
– 2. Water IPs: implementation of River Basin Management Plans (RBMP) that have been developed in the Member States pursuant to the Water Framework Directive
– 3. Waste IPs: implementation of Waste Management Plans (WMP) and/or Waste Prevention Programmes (WPP)
– 4. Air IPs: implementation and monitoring of Air Quality Plans

Among financed actions

* 1. Nature
– Evaluation and restoration of ecosystems and their services
– Increase of the contribution of agriculture and forestry to biodiversity
– Reduction of the impact of fisheries and of other uses of marine and coastal natural resources on biodiversity
– Monitoring, prevention, eradication and control Invasive Alien Species

* 2. Water
– Afforestation, wetland creation, re-instatement of floodplains
– Carbon sequestration
– Reduction of nutrient flows to marine waters
– Reduction to flood risk
– Support for improvements in terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity

* 3. Waste
– Implementing European Commission’s Communications on Sustainable Consumption and Production and Sustainable Industrial Policy, on Resource Efficient Europe, and on the European Innovation Partnership on Raw Materials

* 4. Air
– Contribution to decreasing concentrations of multiple pollutants
– Contribution to reaching limit values in regional air quality plans
– Reduction of noise problems
– Encouragement of innovative local and regional energy projects addressing air quality