Natural risk prevention and management

Turning to the EFDR

  • Concerning the 2014-2020 programme, natural risk prevention and management projects can be funded in accordance with line 11: “ensure the basis of sustainable and environment-friendly development”. The 14-20 ERDF budget for the Saint-Martin area is now exhausted, except React-U credits.
  • Concerning the 201-2027 programme, the new possibilities for funding will be published on this page once programmes are approved (during the first three months of 2022). You can already fill in a form and a letter of intent in relation to the 21-27 ERDF funding in order to tell the department what your needs are and to make your expenses eligible should you wish to start your project before you pass before the commission (before your project is approved).

Turning to the React-EU

REACT-EU is a contribution to ERDF and ESF budgets aiming at minimising the economic consequences of the health crisis caused by COVID-19.

Turning to the LIFE European financing programme 

The LIFE programme is a European Commission financial instrument entirely dedicated to supporting projects in the fields of climate and the environment. The page will progressively be updated after the new 2021-2027 LIFE regulation is published.

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Turning to the INTERREG Caribbean programme

If my project involves cooperation and covers various Caribbean areas, the INTERREG Caribbean programme can be a source of funding.

Regarding the 2014-2020 programme, projects concerning natural risk management and prevention can be funded in accordance with the following lines: 

Lines 3 (TF) and 4 (TN): strengthen the capacity to address natural risks

Specific goals 5 (TF) and 6 (TN): increase the local capacity to address natural risks.

Concerning the 2021-2027 programme, details will be updated as soon as the new programme is published.