2 Project officersDeadline 25th January 2018
Investment priority 3A
Increasing the cooperation in the cross border priority sectors for micro, small and medium-sized companies linked to green and blue growth
Streghten the cooperation in the cross border priority sectors for micro, small and medium-sized companies linked to green growth
Investment priority 3D
Increased international competitiveness of micro and small businesses in the cross border priority sectors linked to green and blue growth
Investment priority 5A
Improve the ability of state institutions to jointly prevent and manage some of the specific risks arising from climate change: hydrological risks, in particular in relation to flooding, coastal erosion and fires
Investment priority 5B
Improving sea safety against navigation risks
Investment priority 6C
Improve the effectiveness of public actions to preserve, protect, promote and develop natural and cultural heritage of the cooperation area
Enhance the protection of the marine ports
Investment priority 7B
Develop multimodal transport systems to improve the connection of the secondary and tertiary nodes of the cooperation area with TEN-T.
Investment Priority 7C
Improve the sustainability of commercial ports and logistics platforms to reduce noise pollution
Improve the sustainability of commercial port activities to reduce carbon emissions
Investment priority 8A
Promote employment by supporting self-employment, micro-enterprises and social entrepreneurship in the cross-border priority sectors related to blue and green growth
Investment priority 8ETC
Strengthen the labour market in the cross border priority sectors related to blue and green growth
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The cross-border Interreg Italy-France Maritime 2014-2020 seeks to achieve the goals of the EU 2020 Strategy in the Northern Mediterranean area by promoting smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. The Programme takes into account the issues of marine, coastal and island areas, but also addresses internal ones, with specific isolation risks.
The main objective is to help strengthen cross-border cooperation between the designated territories to make this space a competitive, sustainable and inclusive area in the European and Mediterranean landscape.
In the previous programming phase (2007-2013), the Programme has funded 87 projects in the areas of accessibility, competitiveness and innovation, enhancement and protection of natural and cultural resources, environmental and marine monitoring.
For the current programming phase, the Interreg Italy-France Maritime 2014-2020 programme has a budget of 199 649 898,00 €, of which ERDF 169 702 411,00 €.