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Norway Grants Introduce Environmental Protection Innovations in Prague

Incubation of eggs of endangered fish species, regional seed mixes, removal of pharmaceutical residues from wastewater or protection against invasive crayfish species in Estonia. The State Environmental Fund of the Czech Republic will present seventeen of its projects, implemented with the support of the Norway Grants, at a two-day expert conference. Experts from Norway, Poland and Greece will come to Prague’s Spojka Events to learn about Czech environmental protection projects.

Conference: Innovation in environmental protection (4th– 5thJune 2024, Prague)
Join us at the international professional conference on Innovation in Environmental Protection. Are you interested in innovative approaches to environmental protection? Do you want to learn about projects focused on removing water pollution with remnants of pharmaceuticals? Don't miss the two-day professional conference that we are preparing for you as part of the "Environment, Ecosystem and Climate Change" programme supported by the Norway Grants.
Extension of the implementation deadline for the Trolltunga Call
The State Environmental Fund of the Czech Republic has decided that due to the continuing pandemic situation, all successful applicants from Trolltunga Call will be offered the opportunity to extend the deadline for the implementation of the bilateral initiative until August 2022.
Have you got further questions regarding bilateral cooperation within the Programme? Do not hesitate to contact us. Contact e-mail: norwaygrants@sfzp.cz 
Ten Czech-Norwegian bilateral initiatives will share 2.6 million
The first bilateral Call announced under the Environment, Ecosystems and Climate Change Programme, which is funded by the Norway Grants 2014-2021, is closed. Ten successful Czech-Norwegian bilateral initiatives will share support in the total amount of over 2,6 million crowns. The announcement of the second bilateral call is scheduled for the second half of this year.
Building bilateral research network towards resilient, smart and sustainable cities and regions
The last, tenth, bilateral initiative is the project implemented by Faculty of Transportation Sciences of the Czech Technical University.
Establishment of the collaboration on the eco-friendly forest tree growth promotion
The ninth supported bilateral initiative is the project of the Institute of Botany of the CAS. The bilateral initiative is focused on forest habitat.
Call allocation is exhausted
The total allocation for the "Trolltunga Call" is currently exhausted. Receipt of new applications has been stopped.
Bilateral fund will support the initiative on the Northern birch mouse
The eighth supported bilateral initiative is the project of the non-profit organization ALKA Wildlife.
Recommendations for all beneficiaries
Due to the current situation with the occurrence of COVID-19 in Europe and the current unpredictability of the further development of the pandemic