During its meeting of 14 and 15 March in Munich, the Alpine Space Programme Committee discussed the 27 project proposals received by the 2nd cut-off date. We are happy to announce that the Programme Committee approved for ERDF co-funding the following two projects:
INNOBIOVC aims to roll-out two solutions developed by the previous Interreg projects ARDIA-NET and AlpLinkBioEco with the goal to support the implementation of cross-regional value chains.
FRACTAL is a roll-out project coming from LUIGI (Linking Urban and Inner-Alpine Green Infrastructure – Multifunctional Ecosystem Services for more liveable territories), aiming to deepen the engagement of Alpine communities in the local implementation of Green Infrastructure.
All lead applicants who submitted a project proposal, will soon receive an official communication and an assessment report. Successful applicants will furthermore receive an invitation for the Get started! seminar taking place online on 18 April 2023.
The Interreg Alpine Space Programme would like to thank all applicants for the efforts in developing their project proposal! The Programme Committee selected two high quality roll-out projects. After two rounds of small-scale projects the programme will engage in a reflection on this type of projects and its expectations in view of future calls.
We are excited about these two new small-scale projects within the Interreg Alpine Space Programme and are looking forward to accompany the projects in the upcoming years.