• LIFE CLIMATREE” (LIFE14 CCM/GR/000635) is funded by the European Commission in the framework of the programme LIFE + Environment Policy and Governance. (2015-2019)


Budget & Financing: 1,931,447 € (EU Contribution 60%), Financed by EC (LIFE+2014 Projects) 

Project Title: A novel approach for accounting & monitoring carbon sequestration of tree crops and their potential as carbon sink areas (CLIMATREE)

Coordinating Beneficiary: Institute of Urban Environment and Human Resources, Panteion University

Associated Beneficiaries: Agricultural University of Athens, The Spanish National Research Council, University of Basilicata in Italy, Research Committee - University of Western Macedonia, TERRA NOVA Ltd Environmental Engineering Consultancy

Project Duration: 07/15 – 06/19

Summary of the Project: The ClimaTree project aims to contribute towards the development of a novel methodology and an innovative tool for the quantification of carbon storage in permanent tree-crops. The European Parliament and the Council have invited the Commission to assess the possibilities for inclusion of LULUCF into the EU's climate policy and if necessary put forward a legislative proposal (Article 9 of Decision 406/2009/EC).  

  • "LIFE DEBAG" - Integrated information and awareness campaign for the reduction of plastic bags in the marine environment - LIFE14 GIE/GR/001127 (2015-2018)

Total Project Budget: 1.257.545 Euro

 Summary of the Project: The main objective of the LIFE DEBAG project is to develop and implement an integrated information and awareness-raising campaign for the prevention and reduction of plastic bag pollution in the marine environment. The aim is for this to change consumers’ behaviour.

 

  • LIFE CONOPS” (LIFE12 ENV/GR/000466) is funded by the European Commission in the framework of the programme LIFE + Environment Policy and Governance. (2013-2017)

Total Project Budget: 2.989.314 Euro

 Summary of the Project: The project is implemented in the EU Member States, Greece and Italy, including all regions in both countries. Aim: Development and demonstration of management plans against the climate change enhanced invasive mosquito species in S.E. Europe