New opportunities for development in remote archipelago islands
Åland Islands lie between Finland and Sweden and consist of nearly 7000 islands of which only about 60 are inhabited. It is a spectacular place to see how cooperation can reach out to very small and remote places and yet make a positive change to the lives of the local people.
The European Green Deal going local in the Alpine Space
According to European Commission president Ursula van der Leyen, the European Green Deal is Europe’s man on the moon moment. Several projects funded by the Interreg Alpine Space programme are already contributing directly to the Green Deal by finding sustainable solutions for the Alpine mobility, industry and energy sectors.
Golden tickets to the ocean energy factory
Interreg vouchers support marine energy to exploit its potential with strategic real sea testing. No, these coupons won’t grant you VIP access to a magical chocolate factory nor to any of Roald Dahl’s novel universes,
30 YEARS TOGETHER | #InterregTalks
30 years ago, Interreg was created in a spirit of knowledge-sharing and collaborative thinking across Europe. We planned to celebrate successful cooperation beyond borders this year, but then suddenly the COVID-19 pandemic brought back national solutions
Underwater museum in the middle of the Baltic Sea
The wrecks of ships sunken in the Baltic Sea are well-preserved and provide an extraordinary opportunity to take a look at the everyday life of sailors who lived hundreds of years ago. The Baltic Sea