Interreg transnational cooperation: working for a greener Europe

19 Jun 2019

Transnational partnerships in Interreg projects all around Europe work together to improve water and air quality, better protect the nature, and promote recycling and waste management. Read the publication to learn more about successful projects, which bring European regions and cities together to tackle joint challenges and seize opportunities to make Europe a greener place for everybody.

The publication ‘Working for a greener Europe’ features projects funded by Interreg transnational cooperation programmes. It includes a small sample of the many funded projects that help to put European environmental laws and policies into practice. Working in transnational partnerships, they develop and test efficient ways to protect and manage healthy ecosystems, accelerate fossil-free energy solutions, the circular economy, sustainable tourism and green mobility, and to better deal with the risks of climate change.

In the publication, you will find information about two Interreg Baltic Sea Region projects: EnViSuM and ALLIANCE. For more information about these and other projects, visit Interreg Baltic Sea Region project library.

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