Guidelines and other documents

Guidelines for Traditional LIFE projects of Call 2017:

LIFE Climate Action - Guidelines for Applicants 2017 (pdf file) – EN;  

LIFE Environmental Governance and Information - Guidelines for applicants 2017 (pdf file) – EN;

LIFE Environment and Resource Efficiency - Guidelines for applicants 2017 (pdf file) – EN;

LIFE Nature and Biodiversity - Guidelines for applicants 2017 (pdf file) – EN;

LIFE multiannual work programme for 2014-17 (pdf file);

LIFE Orientation document which helps applicants identify the most suitable potential source of funding for their project proposals (pdf file);

REGULATION (EU) No 1293/2013 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 11 December 2013 on the establishment of a Programme for the Environment and Climate Action (LIFE) and repealing Regulation (EC) No 614/2007 (pdf file);

Model technical application form for LIFE Environment and Resource Efficiency (LIFE ENV) (pdf file);

The specific criteria and scoring system reflect the fact that thematic priorities and related project topics were defined for each LIFE Sub-Programme (Environment or Climate) specifically.

Specific criteria and scoring system for projects submitted under the Environment Sub-Programme (2014-2017):

Award Criteria

Minimum pass score*

Maximum score

1. Technical coherence and quality

10

20

2. Financial coherence and quality

10

20

3. EU added value: extent and quality of the contribution to the specific objectives of the priority areas of the LIFE sub-programme for Environment

10

20

4. Contribution to the project topics

-

10

5. EU added value: multipurpose, synergies, and integration

7

15

6. EU added value: replicability and transferability

5

10

7. EU added value: transnational, green procurement, uptake

-

5

Overall (pass) scores

55

100

*A project proposal has to reach at least the minimum pass score for each award criterion AND the sum of scores for criteria for which a minimum score has been fixed has to be equivalent to 55 points or more. 

Specific criteria and scoring system for projects submitted under the LIFE Climate Action Sub-Programme (2014-2017):

Criteria

Minimum pass score*

Maximum score

1. Technical coherence and quality

10

20

2. Financial coherence and quality

10

20

3. EU added value: extent and quality of the contribution to an increased climate resilience and/or to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions

7

15

4. EU added value: Extent and quality of the contribution to the specific objectives of the priority areas of the LIFE sub-programme for Climate Action

7

15

5. EU added value: quality of multipurpose, synergies, and integration

7

15

6. EU added value: replicability and transferability

5

10

7. EU added value: transnational, green procurement, uptake

-

5

Overall (pass) scores

55

100

*A project proposal has to reach at least the minimum pass score for each award criterion AND the sum of scores for criteria for which a minimum score has been fixed has to be equivalent to 55 points or more.

Specific criteria and scoring system for projects submitted under the LIFE Integrated projects (2014-2017):

Award criteria

Minimum pass score*

Maximum score

1. Technical coherence and quality

10

20

2. Financial coherence and quality

10

20

3. EU added value: extent and quality of the contribution to the objectives

15

20

4. EU added value: extent and quality of mobilisation of other funds, in particular Union funds

-

10

5. EU added value: quality of multipurpose, synergies and integration

7

15

6. EU added value: replicability and transferability

5

10

7. EU added value: transnational, green procurement, uptake

-

5

Overall (pass) scores

55

100

*A project proposal has to reach at least the minimum pass score for each award criterion and also the sum of scores for criteria for which a minimum score has been fixed has to be equivalent to 55 points or more. 

 

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