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Workshop for the beneficiaries of climate change adaptation research projects

28.01.2020. The Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund, as Intermediate Body level 2, organised the workshop for the beneficiaries who were granted EU funding for the projects under the Public Call ‘Schemes for strengthening applied research for climate change adaptation measures’.

The subject-matter of this Call is to promote quality improvement and availability of climate data by strengthening scientific research about the possibilities of climate change adaptation (strengthening climate change resilience) in the Republic of Croatia.

Participants in the workshop were the representatives of universities, institutes, and other scientific and research institutions, who were informed in detail about the procedures, deadlines, and obligations related to project implementation. In addition, the possibilities to get national co-financing from the Fund in the amount

The subject-matter of this Call is to promote quality improvement and availability of climate data by strengthening scientific research about the possibilities of climate change adaptation (strengthening climate change resilience) in the Republic of Croatia.

Participants in the workshop were the representatives of universities, institutes, and other scientific and research institutions, who were informed in detail about the procedures, deadlines, and obligations related to project implementation. In addition, the possibilities to get national co-financing from the Fund in the amount of 15 percent of eligible costs were presented and explained.

“The goal of workshops like this is to eliminate potential uncertainties that could arise during the implementation of the project. We wish to have pro-active communication, because it is in the interest of all of us to pay out the maximum amount of contracted funding, and to have successful projects,” said head of Intermediate Body level 2, Maja Rajčić.

For their projects, the beneficiaries could get EU grant funding starting from HRK 200 thousand up to HRK 3 million, with the overall allocated amount under this call of HRK 75 million.

of 15 percent of eligible costs were presented and explained.

“The goal of workshops like this is to eliminate potential uncertainties that could arise during the implementation of the project. We wish to have pro-active communication, because it is in the interest of all of us to pay out the maximum amount of contracted funding, and to have successful projects,” said head of Intermediate Body level 2, Maja Rajčić.

For their projects, the beneficiaries could get EU grant funding starting from HRK 200 thousand up to HRK 3 million, with the overall allocated amount under this call of HRK 75 million.