13.08.2020. The call for the granting of subsidies to municipalities and autonomous local entities of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, on a competitive basis, for the maintenance of the Local Civil Protection Volunteer Groups has been opened.
The municipalities and autonomous local entities of Andalusia that have groups registered in the Register of Local Civil Protection Volunteer Groups of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia may apply. The group of the applicant municipality or autonomous local entity must be registered in the Register of Local Civil Protection Volunteer Groups of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia at the date of publication of the call for subsidies.
1.The subscription and payment of the accident and health and civil liability insurance policy.
Training costs for the members of the groupings.
3. The purchase of uniforms for the volunteers and additional minor equipment.
4. Inventory material for the development of action functions in the field of operational support.
5.Inventoryable material for the development of action functions in the field of prevention.
The subsidies granted for the maintenance of the Local Civil Protection Volunteer Groups will be financed, in the financial year 2020, with a maximum total amount of 393,862.04 euros.
D. G. of the Interior, Emergencies and Civil Protection
26 August 2020
The application may be completed through the access established for this purpose in the Portal of the Junta de Andalucía.
The application forms and other necessary documents can be found at the following link: https://bit.ly/2DLYcZi
Adrian Noheda: email@example.com
03.08.2020. Preventing and fighting extreme forest fires by integrating and demonstrating innovative means.
Combating climate change and making Europe climate neutral by 2050 is one of the main priorities of the European Commission. This is why this call for the European Green Deal will mobilise research and innovation to promote a fair and sustainable social transition with the aim of ‘leaving no one behind’.
It will support: pilot applications, demonstration projects and innovative products; innovation for better governance of the green and digital transition; and social and value chain innovation.
The call contains 11 areas.
- Eight thematic areas reflecting the key workflows of the European Green Deal. The themes target specific high-impact technological and social innovations that can help to advance the sustainable transition relatively quickly.
- Three horizontal areas (knowledge strengthening, citizens’ empowerment and international cooperation) covering all eight thematic areas and offering a longer term perspective for achieving the transformations set out in the European Green Deal.
Area 1: INCREASING CLIMATE AMBITION AND THE IMPACT OF GREEN DEAL WITH CROSS-CUTTING SOLUTIONS
Preventing and fighting extreme forest fires by integrating and demonstrating innovative means
Objective: to reduce the incidence and extent of forest fires and increase the capacity to predict and manage environmental disasters by accelerating R&D, integrating, adapting and demonstrating holistic solutions ready for scaling up and deployment at local, regional, national, EU and international levels.
- Environmental, climate and socio-economic research, forecasting and strategy (e.g. biomass).
- Research, innovation and pre-deployment of improved ground and airborne systems and techniques and capabilities (physical and digital) to prevent, predict, control, extinguish and recover.
- Proactive governance, large-scale and community-based risk assessments, education/training, preparedness and adaptation.
Call opening: mid-September 2020
Beatriz Martinez: firstname.lastname@example.org
30.07.2020. Cross-border cooperation enables common challenges identified jointly between border regions to be tackled and aims to develop the potential for integrated growth in a European context, while at the same time deepening mutual understanding between citizens and their institutions on both sides of the border.
Recently, the regulatory bases for the granting of subsidies, on a non-competitive basis, aimed at promoting cross-border cooperation in the Euroregion Alentejo-Algarve-Andalucía have been published.
Call: Order of 13 July 2020, approving the regulatory bases for the granting of subsidies, under a non-competitive regime, aimed at promoting cross-border cooperation in the Euroregion Alentejo-Algarve-Andalusia
Organism responsible: Regional Ministry of the Presidency, Public Administrations and the Interior of the Junta de Andalucía
ABOUT THE CALL
- Local entities.
- Public or private non-profit institutions and entities and European Groupings of Territorial Cooperation.
- Be legally constituted and registered, if applicable, in the corresponding public register.
- Be located, have their headquarters or registered office in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia.
- Have sufficient financial resources, from their own or external sources, to cover the amount not subsidised by this Regional Ministry.
- Have sufficient technical and administrative capacity to carry out the project or activity for which the subsidy is requested.
Beatriz Martinez: email@example.com
28.07.2020. Biscay Bay Startup Campus (BBSC) is the largest gathering of young entrepreneurs in southern Europe, organized by Startup Campus. For the third consecutive year, the BBSC Awards are held to reward all types of technological and humanistic solutions with a global impact.
Global disasters such as pandemics, natural disasters or economic crises are challenging the political, economic and social system. This year, they are also looking for ideas and projects from any industry, and at an early stage, that combat their effects, making use of ingenuity and technology.
The deadline for submitting applications is July 31, 2020, all information here.
The 3 winning projects receive:
1. 10,000 euros + expert advice + office space for 1 year
2. 5,000 + expert advice + office space for 1 year
3. 2,500 + expert advice + office space for 1 year
This is the 3rd edition of the BBSC Awards, the competition for innovative companies that most rewards start-ups in northern Spain, in which more than 110 projects from different industries and countries have been presented in previous editions, according to El Referente.
Beatriz Martínez Muñoz (European Projects and Communication Technician at Finnova): firstname.lastname@example.org