The LIFE programme supports the EU in achieving its European Green Deal ambitions. LIFE aims to transform the EU into a fair and prosperous society with a modern, resource-efficient and competitive economy, where net emissions will be zero by 2050 and economic growth will be decoupled from resource use. The programme aims to achieve these goals, while protecting, conserving and enhancing nature across the continent and safeguarding the health and well-being of citizens from environmental and climate impacts.
Description:LIFE – EU financing instrument for environment and climate action – Grants linked to the financing of EU environment and climate action policy Created in 1992, the LIFE programme is the EU’s financing instrument for environment and climate action. The LIFE programme is divided into two sub-programmes, one for the environment (representing 75% of the overall financial envelope) and one for climate action (representing 25% of the envelope). Objectives To…For more information, please connect.
– 2021-2027 overall programme: 5.432 billion euro
– 3.488 billion euro for the field ‘Environment’, of which 2.143 billion euro for ‘Nature and biodiversity’ and 1.345 billion euro for ‘Circular Economy and Quality of Life’
– 1.944 billion euro for the field ‘Climate Action’, of which 997 billion euro for ‘Climate change mitigation and adaptation’ and 947 billion euro for ‘Transition to Clean Energy’
Beneficiaries: All beneficiaries
Sectors: Energy, Health, Transport
Regions: Balkans, Candidate countries, European Economic Area, European Union
Next funding alert: 2022
Framework program: Yes