The European Commission is in the process of developing a methodology to track biodiversity related expenditure in the EU budget. This effort is similar to the parallel process for tracking the EU’s climate related expenditure.
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This is a chapter of IEEP’s Manual of European Environmental Policy. This chapter sets out the EU's main funding instruments that have environmental implications, including the European Agriculture funds, the European Fisheries Fund and the Structural and Cohesion funds.
An updated ‘Financing Natura 2000 Guidance Handbook’ aims to inform national stakeholders about opportunities for financing the management of Natura 2000 sites through various EU funds during the 2014-2020 period.
Independent evaluation of the EFF, highlighting challenges of implementation faced by Member States and the sector, and providing evidence-based proposals for a future fisheries fund.
IEEP's Indrani Lutchman presenting new report 'Perspectives for the new European Fisheries Fund' to the European Parliament Committee on Fisheries (11 October, Brussels).
New IEEP paper examines the opportunities and challenges of the proposed ‘mainstreaming’ of climate change and other environmental priorities in the 2014-2020 EU budget.
IEEP provides an environmental perspective on the European Commission’s EU budget proposals for the 2014-2020 period.
The European Commission is due to publish its budget proposals for post 2013 period. IEEP has identified key issues that the ‘greenness’ of the proposals could be judged by.
In a recently released paper James Brown of IEEP analyses the workings of the new EU fleet management system and the European Fisheries Fund, and how they relate to each other. The paper examines the successes ...
This paper analyses the workings of the new EU fleet management system and the European Fisheries Fund, and how they relate to each other. Performance is measured against the international Plan of Action (POA) for the management of fishing capacity. The EU has made most progress in: establishing a legally binding EU wide capacity management system; assessing its fleets; and taking a phased and prioritised approach. The absence of an EU POA and national-POAs is one of the main areas in which the EU falls down however. Developing such POAs would support a strategic approach to capacity management and improve transparency, both of which are areas of weakness.
In 2004, the European Commission proposed a new financial instrument for fisheries - the European Fisheries Fund - to cover the period 2007-2013. The fund would replace the Financial Instrument for Fisheries ...
The overall goal of this report is to enable decision-makers, fisheries managers and other practitioners to harness the potential of the EFF for inshore waters. The report begins by placing the unique ...