Παρασκευή, 20 Ιουλίου 2012

13,7 εκατ.ευρώ της Ε.Ε, για οκτώ περιβαντολογικά προγράμματα του LIFE


Environment/Climate: list of all new projects funded under the LIFE programme
Greece 8 projects (13.7 million)
LIFE+ Environment Policy and Governance (6 projects – 10.0 million)
MECM (Hellenic Ministry of Defence): With the aim of improving the environmental and energy performance of Greek military services and installations, the project will implement an Energy Management System in three main military facilities: the naval station at Souda Bay, the Larissa airbase, and the Triantafilidi army camp in Xanthi. Relevant to climate change.
Contact: liasmanolis@hotmail.com
LIVE-CLIMA (Development Agency of Eastern Thessaloniki's Local Authorities - ANATOLIKI S.A.): The main aim of the project is to trial the introduction of new cultivation practices for tree crops in order to find a cost-effective means of mitigating and adapting to climate change. The project will focus specifically on olive-producing areas in Greece, investigating the potential of these areas to increase carbon sequestration by soils, and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Relevant to climate change. Contact: environment@anatoliki.gr
Waste2Bio (National Technical University of Athens): The aim is to design, develop, test, optimise and evaluate an innovative pilot-scale plant for the production of bioethanol from biowaste via bioconversion. This pilot plant will be able to convert more than 70% of the biowaste feed into second-generation bioethanol. Contact: mloiz@chemeng.ntua.gr
Recycling@Home (Municipal Development Company of Amaroussion): The project will promote the sustainable management of Municipal Solid Waste by fostering recycling and re-use at home. It will do this by developing and testing an innovative, prototype system for the separate collection and minimisation of the volume of recyclable household waste, and the production of clean recovered materials of high quality that can be reintroduced in the market. The proposed technology is expected to minimise the storage and transportation of recyclable waste, thus reducing both greenhouse gas emissions and the environmental risks related to unsustainable waste management practices. Contact: european@maroussi.gr
AgroStrat (National Agricultural Research Foundation-Soil Science Institute of Athens): This project will develop and demonstrate an integrated approach for the sustainable management of intensively cultivated areas in the Mediterranean, such as the pistachio producing areas on the island of Aegina. It will identify and characterise practices that contribute to soil degradation; define soil quality indicators; and develop a software tool so that farmers and farmers' networks can monitor soil quality. Contact: mdoula@otenet.gr
FLIRE (National Technical University of Athens): The aim of the project is to introduce a combined, effective and robust risk-assessment and management system for both flash floods and forest fires, using state-of-the-art tools, technologies and methods, and taking into account prevention, adaptation and interaction issues. To this end, the project will develop near real-time flood and forest fire risk assessment and management tools that are linked to a Weather Information Management Tool, include an early warning system and provide a common decision-support system for integrated flood and forest fire management. Contact: mimikou@chi.civil.ntua.gr
LIFE+ Nature (2 projects – 3.7 million)
Lesser Kestrel Thessaly (University of Thessaly): The overall project objective is to achieve a 15% increase in the population of the lesser kestrel (Falco naumanni). Three SPA sites in Greece account for more than 75% of the country’s total population of this endangered raptor and 6% of the estimated EU population. In Thessaly, the species is threatened in particular by the degradation of foraging areas, which in turn reduces the amount of food and, therefore, breeding success. Contact: asfoug@agr.uth.gr
FOROPENFORESTS (Hellenic Society for the Protection of Nature (HSPN)): The main aim of the project is to implement a conservation management system for the forests and forest openings in the two mountainous Natura 2000 network sites sites in central Greece: the National Forest Park of Oiti, "Ethnikos Drymos Oitis”, and “Oros Kallidromo”. Contact: president@eepf.gr

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