Arctic Award 2019 Preannouncement

Arctic Project Awards 2019 Preannouncement

The third edition of the Arctic Awards competition will open in late March and run until April 2019. The award highlights good practice projects focused on topics of particular relevance to the Arctic area.

The objective of the Arctic Award is to identify good practice, promote Arctic cross-border collaboration, and raise awareness among projects of each other. The awards aim to highlight innovative projects with a clear Arctic dimension, which are viewed as inspirational in their participating regions as well as being seen as creating real, measurable impacts on the ground, and being of direct benefit to Arctic communities.

This year, the Arctic Awards focus on the following two award categories:

Sustainable use of resources

  • Harnessing environmental protection opportunities appropriate for cold climates and Arctic economic development, including but not limited to preserving environmental quality and Arctic natural resources.

Arctic entrepreneurial spirit

  • The project supports business based on Arctic opportunities and cultural heritage (food innovation, tourism, creative and cultural industries, indigenous cultural businesses) as well as the assisting of niche industries' move to commercialisation and achievement of critical mass.

The competition is open to projects funded by the NPA or NPP, Interreg Botnia-Atlantica, Interreg Nord and Kolarctic and Karelia CBC programmes.

The competition opening day and further details will be announced soon on the programme´s website. The closing date for submission will be 26th April 2019.

  • 27.03.2019
    We are launching for the third time a project competition called the Arctic Project Awards! The award highlights good practice projects focused on topics of particular relevance to the Arctic area. The competition is open to projects funded by the NPA, Interreg Botnia-Atlantica, Interreg Nord, Kolarctic CBC and Karelia CBC programmes. The deadline for competition entries is 26th April 2019 23:59 CET.
  • 04.03.2019
    Centrum Balticum is looking for projects to be featured in a multi-channel communication campaign “Cohesion through EUSBSR”. The campaign aims at highlighting the impact of EU Cohesion policy in the Baltic Sea macro-region. It puts EU-funded transnational and cross-border projects and their beneficiaries in the forefront, and communicates the benefits and contributions of Cohesion policy to the development of the macro-region.
  • 21.02.2019
    Botnia-Atlanticas årskonferens genomfördes den 28-29 januari i Vasa. Det blev en lyckad konferens där Näringslivets medverkan stod som tema.
    Nedan presenterar vi korta utdrag från programmet innehåll.
  • 12.02.2019
    Nu är ansökningsomgång 1:2019 öppen och vi välkomnar ansökningar inom insatsområdena Innovation, Transport och Miljö! Ansökan skickas in via minansökan.se senast den 4 mars. Lycka till!

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Updated on 21.03.2019, at 14.10, Jon Fransson.