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1 Regional Differences David Letellier Environment Agency Wales 03 November 2011 SURF-Partner Training Event November 3 rd, 2011 Cardiff - Wales

2 From the Commission… Lisbon Strategy the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion Funding Regulations (ERDF) Research and technological development ICT Environment Tourism…

3 From the Commission… Environment environment, including investments connected with water supply and water and waste management; waste-water treatment and air quality; prevention, control and fight against desertification; integrated pollution prevention and control; aid to mitigate the effects of climate change; rehabilitation of the physical environment, including contaminated sites and land and brownfield redevelopment; promotion of biodiversity and nature protection, including investments in NATURA 2000 sites; aid to SMEs to promote sustainable production patterns through the introduction of cost-effective environmental management systems and the adoption and use of pollution-prevention technologies;

4 From the Commission… Environment Promotion of biodiversity and nature protection, including investments in NATURA 2000 sites

5 to the Member State… National Strategic Regional Framework (ERDF) Priority 1: Promoting a high value added Welsh economy by improving knowledge and innovation for growth Priority 2: Creating an attractive business environment Priority 3: Building sustainable communities

6 to Wales Operational Programme Priority 1: Building the knowledge Economy Priority 2: Improving Business Competitiveness Priority 3: Developing Strategic Infrastructure for a modern economy Priority 4: Creating an attractive business environment Priority 5: Building Sustainable Communities

7 to Wales Creating an attractive business environment Theme 1: Energy Theme 2: Tackling Environmental Opportunities and Risks for Sustainable Economic Growth Theme 3: Environment For Growth

8 To Wales Environment for Growth Enhancing and improving the attractiveness of natural and man-made facilities Physical infrastructure that will bring economic benefits such as marinas, cycle and walking trails Initiatives, such as coastal footpaths … that have significant economic benefit Developing the potential for sustainable recreation and economic activity linked to the natural environment, for example, around important conservation and Natura 2000 sites.

9 Categorisation of funds Research and technological, innovation and entrepreneurship Information Society Transport Energy Environmental protection and risk prevention Tourism Culture Urban and rural regeneration…

10 Categorisation of funds Environmental protection and risk prevention 44 Management of household and industrial waste 45 Management and distribution of water (drink water) 46 Water treatment (waste water) 47 Air quality 48 Integrated prevention and pollution control 49 Mitigation and adaptation to climate change 50 Rehabilitation of industrial sites and contaminated land 51 Promotion of biodiversity and nature protection (including Natura 2000) 52 Promotion of clean urban transport 53 Risk prevention (including the drafting and implementation of plans and measures to prevent and manage natural and technological risks) 54 Other measures to preserve the environment and prevent risks

11 Categorisation of funds in Convergence - Wales Environmental protection and risk prevention 44 Management of household and industrial waste 49 Mitigation and adaptation to climate change 50 Rehabilitation of industrial sites and contaminated land 52 Promotion of clean urban transport 54 Other measures to preserve the environment and prevent risks

12 Murcia ERDF Convergence million Strengthen Regional Competitiveness and create jobs through economic growth Strengthen research and development Reinforce innovation capabilities of businesses Foster renewable energy Preserve the natural environment

13 Murcia PriorityEC ContributionMatchTotal%age Development of knowledge Economy 79,789,84519,947,47599,737, Entrepreneurial Development and innovation 90,216,48738,664,206128,880, Environment, natural surroundings, water resources and risk prevention 111,087,84747,609,076158,696, Transport and energy165,658,79288,419,729254,078, Local and Urban Sustainable Development 32,125,04813,767,87545,892, Social Infrastructure39,715,0009,928,75049,643, Technical and Institutional capacity building 5,266,0151,316,5076,582, Total523,859,034219,653,618743,512,652

14 Murcia Environment, Natural surroundings, Natural Waters and Risk Prevention 44. Management of the Industrial domestic resources0 45. Water management and distribution43,155, Water treatment (waste water)0 48. Prevention and integrated pollution control0 51. Promotion and Protection of Biodiversity (inc. Natura 2000)34,401, Risk prevention25,455,628

15 Murcia Project examples Perimeter fence for the restoration of vegetation of Pinar del Cotillero Research and monitoring of marine habitats and species, stranding of cetaceans and sea turtles Biological Monitoring of raptors Preparation of proposals for action on forest management and agriculture in relation to the population status of micromammals in the SPA Sierra de Burete, Lavia and Cambron….

16 From the Commission… Europe 2020 A strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth Funding Regulations (ERDF) Strengthening research, technological development, innovation ICT Shift to low-carbon economy Climate change adaptation, risk prevention and management Protecting the Environment and resource efficiency Promoting sustainable transport…

17 From the commission… Protecting the environment and resource efficiency addressing the significant needs for investment in the waste sector to meet the requirements of the environmental acquis; addressing the significant needs for investment in the water sector to meet the requirements of the environmental acquis; protecting, promoting and developing cultural heritage; protecting biodiversity, soil protection and promoting ecosystem services including NATURA 2000 and green infrastructures; action to improve the urban environment, including regeneration of brownfield sites and reduction of air pollution;

18 From the commission… protecting biodiversity, soil protection and promoting ecosystem services including NATURA 2000 and green infrastructures;

19 What next? Who knows!

20 Regional Differences David Letellier Environment Agency Wales 03 November SURF-Partner Training Event November 3 rd, 2011 Cardiff - Wales


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