The Event: "Transition to a low carbon economy" workshop

The People:   Managing authorities, local and regional officials involved in planning, implementing and monitoring Structural Funds

The Outcome: New ideas and approaches to use when planning Structural Fund programmes to get the greatest return on investment

The Time: 09.30 - 16.30, Tuesday 12 June 2012

The Place: Bedruthan Steps Hotel, Cornwall, United Kingdom

The Cost: Free to participate, some travel grants are available

Languages: English language, no translation

The SF thematic priority 'Transition to a low carbon economy' provides funds to regions to help reach targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions by introducing energy efficiencies, supporting renewables and encouraging low carbon lifestyles. Local actions like improving energy use in housing and public buildings are key parts of the EU response to climate change and will be priority themes in the next Cohesion policy. The Health Gain online guide, with its use of the DPSEEA model, provides a good starting point for regional officials looking to develop their own plans for a low carbon economy.

This workshop featured a mixture of plenary sessions and small group work. Aligned with the Commission's proposals for cohesion policy 2014-2020, the workshop offered regional officials the necessary skills to engage with the new programme requirements for integrated territorial development and collaborative working.

     Organised with the support of the European Centre for Environment & Human Health.

    Download the leaflet for more details about the workshop. European Centre for Environment and Human Health

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Leaflet Cornwall Workshop FINAL 21 May 2012.pdf1018.3 KB
MInutes Cornwall workshop.doc360.5 KB
Cohesion policy 2014-2020 Simon Pascoe.pdf909.19 KB
DPSEEA applied in Scotland George Morris.pdf630.25 KB
Environment and wellbeing Dr Mat White.pdf1.78 MB
Getting the most from Health Gain Ben Cave.pdf1.16 MB
Transition to Low Carbon Economy Tamsin Rose.pdf381.18 KB