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The Programme for Environment and Climate Action (LIFE) is the EU’s funding instrument for the environment and climate action. The 2024 Calls for proposals are now open.

Projects within the Climate Change Mitigation Priority Area should support a socially just and sustainable transition to a climate-neutral economy by 2050, and help achieve the EU’s 2030 emission reduction target of at least 55% compared to 1990 levels.

Areas of intervention:

🔵 Recovery, recycle and reclamation of ozone-depleting substances in foams and suitability of alternatives to fluorinated greenhouse gases and their recovery, reclamation and recycling;

🔵 Actions to support the shift to zero-emission mobility in road transport; Decarbonising non-road transport modes, fostering intermodality and modal shift;

🔵 Increase the generation and use of renewable energy and improve energy efficiency (as far as not covered by specific calls for proposals under the Clean Energy Transition sub-programme);

🔵 Actions which reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in industrial production and waste management;

🔵 Development and implementation of land and coastal management practices which have an impact on emissions and carbon removals, including the conservation and enhancement of natural carbon sinks in soils and forests and the storage of carbon in long-lasting products;

🔵 Development and implementation of industrial solutions for carbon removal, carbon capture and use and/or storage.

Please find more on the application process here.