The LIFE Programme
The Life Programme is the European Union's only financial instrument dedicated exclusively to the environment and climate. Its general goal is to contribute to the application, updating and development of community policy and legislation on the subject of the environment and climate change, including the integration of the environment with other policies, in order to contribute to sustainable development.
The Life programme started in 1992 and has been developed in five phases to date: LIFE I (1992-1995), LIFE II (1996-1999), LIFE (2000-2006) and LIFE (2007-2013). During this period, Life has co-financed around 4,171 projects, contributing to environmental and climate protection with approximately €3.4 billion Euros. The LIFE programme is currently in its fifth phase, which started in the year 2014 and will run until the year 2020 with a budget of 3.4 billion Euros.
The LIFE Agromitiga project forms part of the LIFE Programme (2014-2020), which has two sub-programmes:
LIFE Climate action.
The Life instrument is managed by the European Commission through the Directorate General for the Environment and the Directorate General for Climate Action, and the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME).
Visit the Life programme's website here.
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