GreenSpace – Issue 6


Newsletter of the GreenInfraNet project

December 2014 | Print | Periodical

The Green Infrastructure Network is a partnership of 12 regions from across Europe. The partners are working together to promote the development and implementation of green infrastructure by exchanging experience and expertise, and by identifying, analysing and transferring good practice related to green infrastructure policies.

The final issue of the newsletter explores how exchanges and support among the partners will continue after the end of the project. Summing up the final project conference, held in the Netherlands, Ingrid Henzen, GreenInfraNet project manager, describes how ecologists and economists share the same objectives. An interview with the Joint Technical Secretariat of the INTERREG IVC Programme, which made the project possible, highlights the sustainable results that have been achieved over the past two and half years. Further articles present the most recent partner activities and introduce the main project output: the European Network for Green Infrastructure Knowledge and Experience (ENGINE).

The Green Infrastructure Network project is implemented with the contribution of the REC's Environmental Financing Topic Area. It is co-financed by the European Union's European Regional Development Fund and made possible by the INTERREG IVC Programme.