The partnerships will roll out promising project outputs and results of already funded Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE projects at the regional and local level, or improve policy making.
Project ideas have to build on complementing results and outputs from at least 3 different projects co-financed by Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE and directly-managed EU programmes such as Horizon 2020, LIFE, Connecting Europe Facility, etc. At least two of the projects have to be Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE projects.
They are looking for a mix of Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE stakeholders and newcomers from projects funded under directly-managed EU programmes. The cooperation beyond the Interreg community will be central to make results of our currently funded Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE projects even more effective. Additional partners from other Interreg projects, projects funded by mainstreaming programmes as well as complete newcomers are welcome.
The thematic focus in SO 3.1 addresses the topic of climate change adaptation and risk prevention. In particular, vulnerability to climate change is considered as one of the most pressing environmental challenges and issues in central Europe. This is due to more frequently occurring heavy rains that cause environmental damages and floods, and hotter summers and heat waves that lead to increased water scarcity but also erosion of soils, loss and degradation of biodiversity, the economy and human health.
More information about the call can be found here.
Source: Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE