Greening Regional Development Programmes Greening Regional Development Programmes

GRDP’s overall aim is to deal with this issue by enabling regions to collaborate and share best practice on how the environment can be better integrated into all programmes benefiting from Structural Funds. This is intended to lead to the development of more effective regional programmes that deliver sustainable results for local people. GRDP will also draft a common European methodology for integrating the environment into regional development programmes, based on the experience of the partners. Achievements: GRDP Declaration - was developed by the partners ('Learning from our experience in integrating the environment into regional development programmes and looking ahead'). Three technical seminars took place in the UK, Hungary and Greece between 2005 and 2006, and 7 technical reports on tEnvironment Agency for England and Wales- South West England Region opics crucial to environmental integration were produced over that period.
Report: 'Handbook on Strategic Environmental Assessment , Devon County Council(SEA) for Cohesion Policy 2007 –2013' and 'Greening Projects for growth and jobs'.
Guidance 'Greening projects for Growth and Jobs', a working group made of partners and experts met in Malta together with national Managing Authorities and the Environment and Planning Authority.
The GRDP Charter 'Regions for Sustainable change' an SOUTH AEGEAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND (SRDF) Cornwall County Council

Additional Info

  • Year: 2007
  • Role: Partner
  • Programm: 2000 - 2006 Interreg IIIC West
  • Place: Europe
  • Lead partner: Environment Agency for England and Wales- South West England Region
  • Partners: •Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, •Local Urban Ecology Agency of Barcelona, •Med.Oro, •Ministry of Tourism, Environment and Territorial Politics- La Rioja •Environmental Management, Nurseries and Afforestations of Navarra, PLC •MALTA ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING AUTHORITY, •Cornwall County Council, •Italian Environmental Authority •Municipality of Wroclaw, •University of Debrecen, •Centre for Environmental Management and Policy, •University of Debrecen, Centre for Environmental Management and Policy, •Western Greece Region •SOUTH AEGEAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND (SRDF) •The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe • Marche Environmental Authority •Regional Environmental Authority for Structural Funds, Sicilia Region

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