logo Government of Flanders Agentschap Innoveren & Ondernemen
home    overview    funding

A European Green Deal

Target group
SMEs, Large Enterprises, Government, Cities, Communities & NGOs, Knowledge Centers
Type of funding
Grant, Loans & Investments
Project type
Research, Innovation, Growth, Infrastructure
Area
Agriculture and forestry, Bio-based Industries, Biotechnology, Energy, Environment & Climate Action, Food & Healthy Diet, Funding Researchers, ICT Research & Innovation, Innovation, Oceans and seas, Research Infrastructures, SMEs, Social Sciences and Humanities, Society, Transport, Manufacturing
Info last updated 1 month ago

Summary

The European Green Deal is the roadmap for making the EU's economy sustainable.

Budget

Mobilising at least €1 trillion of investments over the course of 10 years

Official information source

https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/priorities-2019-2024/european-green-deal_... 

Description

 

More information for Flanders can be found on the NCP Flanders website: https://www.ncpflanders.be/funding-by-horizon/greendeal

 

A European Green Deal

Striving to be the first climate-neutral continent

 

Climate change and environmental degradation are an existential threat to Europe and the world. To overcome these challenges, the European Green Deal will transform the EU into a modern, resource-efficient and competitive economy, ensuring:

  • no net emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050
  • economic growth decoupled from resource use
  • no person and no place left behind

The European Green Deal is also our lifeline out of the COVID-19 pandemic. One third of the €1.8 trillion investments from the NextGenerationEU Recovery Plan, and the EU’s seven-year budget will finance the European Green Deal.

The European Commission has adopted a set of proposals to make the EU's climate, energy, transport and taxation policies fit for reducing net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030, compared to 1990 levels. More information on Delivering the European Green Deal.

 

Highlight

 

COP28 outcome: Transitioning away from fossil fuels and reducing global emissions by 43% by 2030

13 December 2023 – A deal was reached at the COP28 UN Climate Change Conference in Dubai to accelerate emission reductions towards net zero by 2050, with urgent action in this critical decade. This includes an agreement to transition away from fossil fuels and to reduce global emissions by 43% by 2030. Additionally, world leaders have committed to tripling renewable energy capacity and doubling the rate of energy efficiency improvements by 2030. As climate adaptation is becoming increasingly important, the European Union is dedicating record amounts of money to financing the international climate transition.

Read more

Key figures

The first climate-neutral continent by 2050

At least 55% less net greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, compared to 1990 levels

3 billion additional trees to be planted in the EU by 2030

Featured initiatives

The island of Samsoe: an example of a self-sufficient community in renewable energy

REPowerEU

Woman working in a factory

The Green Deal Industrial Plan

mother and daugther near the heating

EU action to address energy crisis

What we are working on

Drought - Spain

Climate

Becoming the first climate neutral continent by 2050

a couple looking at energy bills

Energy

A clean and efficient energy transition

Aerial views of the Adriatic Sea

Environment and oceans

Protecting our biodiversity and ecosystems

Vegetables

Agriculture

A healthy food system for people and the planet

The use of Wi-Fi and roaming in train and metro stations, and in public spaces

Transport

Providing efficient, safe and environmentally friendly transport

an employee working on a solar panel

Industry

An industrial strategy for a competitive, green and digital Europe

The Fuel Cell Testing Facility of the JRC in Petten, Netherlands

Research and innovation

Its role in driving transformative change

City of Essen, Germany, European Green Capital 2017

Finance and regional development

Sustainable investments to deliver the European Green Deal

drawing representing people, trees and a house

New European Bauhaus

A creative and interdisciplinary initiative that connects the European Green Deal to our living spaces and experiences

 

 
 
Imagination Works - logo of Government of Flanders
eufundingoverview.be is een officiële website van de Vlaamse overheid
Uitgegeven door Agentschap Innoveren & Ondernemen