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The EEA and Norway Grants help organisations from the beneficiary countries connect with their counterparts from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. Visit the data and results portal to find out more about the partnerships and what they have achieved. 

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Building links and sharing success in Spain


A publicity event showcasing achievements of the EEA Grant-funded programmes in Spain was held in Madrid on 3 June. Many of the beneficiaries who have received support so far were in attendance to tell of their success stories.

Safeguarding European ecosystems and the services they provide


The international conference ‘Mapping and Assessment of Ecosystems and their Services’ taking place this week shares information on ecosystems challenges, best practices and ways forward related to mapping and assessment of ecosystems and their services.

Poles smell pollution


How does pollution smell? Polish environmental authorities have been to Norway to learn how the Norwegians treat companies that «stink».

Ensuring sustainable use of protected areas


To discuss the challenges of sustainable use of protected areas, close to 300 experts from across Europe are meeting in Lisbon 29-30 April. Best practice examples from Iceland, Norway and Portugal are presented at the seminar.

Learning from our past to secure our future


This week more than 100 international experts are meeting in POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw to discuss how we can learn from our past in order to better shape our future.

Norwegian health authorities study visit to Poland


“Poland’s health care has advanced by 40 years in the space of 20. Addressing health inequalities that are linked to other policy areas, such as employment and education, requires a cross-sectoral approach,“ said Norwegian Directorate of Health, Senior Adviser, Dr Otto Christian Rø.