14th National Congress on the Environment (Conama) 2018
Interreg Atlantic Area will be presented at a workshop organised by the Ministerior de Hacienda y Función Pública
The 14th National Congress on the Environment (Conama) will be held from 26 to 29 November at Palacio de Congressos de Madrid and is the benchmark for dialogue on environmental policy and innovation. The 4-day event expects to host a whole series of activities, conferences, financing workshops, stands and networking spaces for thousands of attendees ranging from company representatives, civil society organisations, scientists, ecologists, politicians, institutions to entrepreneurs.
The Ministerio de Hacienda y Función Pública (Spain) organises a workshop on the 29 November (9:00-11:30) to present the different funding Interreg programmes, including the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme. The CleanAtlantic project will be also presented at this workshop.
The event is organised by Fundación Conama. You can find further information at www.conama2018.org.
Published on: 2018-10-08
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