27th November 2019

LIFE Platform Meeting on Chemicals

Vilnius, LithuaniaVilnius, Lithuania

The event is structured for networking, capitalisation of results and policy feedback from LIFE projects. Involving a wider scope of LIFE projects, this event showcases the interaction with other policy areas such as waste, agriculture, resources efficiency and environment and health, which often addresses issues highly relevant to chemicals policies.

The main objectives of the LIFE Platform meeting on Chemicals are:

  1. To promote networking including exchanges of best practices and lessons learnt among on-going and closed LIFE & H2020 projects, NGOs, and relevant stakeholders (e.g. cities, SMEs, industry, academia, policy makers);
  2. To convey strategic feedback and provide input to policy makers in order to advance the planning, implementation and update of relevant policies; and
  3. To promote the added value of the LIFE Programme in the field of Chemicals.
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