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Environmental monitoring and integrated planning and control

Sound environmental monitoring, control and analysis relies upon accurate and comprehensive information. Various EU environmental strategies require increased monitoring and up-to-date environmental data.

The programmes in this field help develop the quality of information on environmental impact, status and trends to improve compliance with environmental legislation.

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Read about the programme in each country to find out what activities are funded, how to apply, or how to get involved as a partner.

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For applicants

Funding is available for entities registered in the beneficiary countries of this programme area. Target groups include public authorities active in this area, land surveyors, spatial planners and mapping authorities.

For partners

The Norwegian Environment Agency is donor programme partners in this area. They can assist Norwegian entities who wish to get involved as partners. Project partnerships between entities in the donor and beneficiary countries are also encouraged. 

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First car-free nature park in Slovenia


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Poles smell pollution


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