Hints and Tips on How to Write a LIFE Proposal: Environmental Problem



This is a video on How to write a LIFE proposal. Part of a series of videos aiming at helping you to write a well written proposal under the LIFE Programme.

In this video we will talk about how you should define the Environmental Problem.

When writing about the environmental problem you must use data to justify the existence of the problem. That data could be from reports of Official organizations or Public bodies, surveys from the Statistical Service, EUROSTA, Eurobarometer, research papers etc.

Remember the general objective of LIFE is to contribute to the implementation, updating and development of EU environmental and climate policy and legislation.

You therefore need to explain why you consider that this problem is related to a European Environmental or climate policy or legislation and you should specify how your project will help with the implementation, updating or development of a specific EU environmental or climate policy and legislation.

Make sure you show that there is a clear logical link between threats/problems and the objectives, actions proposed, as well as the expected results.

This slide illustrates the thinking process when defining the environmental problem!

Now let’s see some examples on how you should define an environmental problem…

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