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Soil excavated for building and infrastructure projects is considered waste and is often used to fill quarries, or simply dumped somewhere. But for Cycle Terre, soil is raw material. The French project uses it to create value in the circular economy. With European funding, a factory was built just outside Paris to produce unfired bricks.
Attention environment, climate, energy and sustainability experts! The first calls for projects for the new European programme LIFE have been launched. The programme is all about contributing to the European Green Deal.
From April through September 2020, Nordregio, Oxford Research and Reeleaf (aka NORth consortium) have joined forces to work on the scoping study for the 2021-2027 edition of the North Sea Region Programme.
Identifying and planning how to manage risks is a standard feature of EU-funded projects, yet it is rarely a focus of project development, either because it just seems to be another purely administrative requirement, or just because we tend to have rosy expectations of our capacity to control everything.
As the coronavirus spreads worldwide, its impact on EU-financed projects also increases. Naturally, we are keeping a close eye on all latest developments regarding COVID-19. In this article, we answer questions on the effect of the virus on projects and offer tips on how to deal with it.
Following a public tender procedure, Reeleaf was commissioned to take on project management of an Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme project. The project is an initiative by a Danish lead partner.