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Interreg France Channel England offers a six-month internship

Would you like the chance to join an international team, supporting environmental, social and technology projects funded by the European Union (EU)?

Project Spotlight - Improving water quality in the Channel area through Payments for Ecosystem Services

An interview with CPES project partners: Laurence Couldrick, Chief Executive Officer at Westcountry River Trust and Lucile Badouel, Communication Officer for Interreg projects at Syndicat Mixte du Grand Bassin de l’Oust.

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Preventing Plastic Pollution promotes its Champions Network on Earth Day

On the occasion of Earth Day on 22 April, Interreg project Preventing Plastic Pollution encourages citizens from the France Channel England area to set up a Plastic Champions Network in...

Water for Tomorrow launches campaign on World Water Day

On World Water Day (22 March), Interreg France Channel England project Water for Tomorrow launches a new campaign and animation reminding the public that our water resources are precious.

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Project SmartT aims to launch innovative antibacterial bandage

Since April 2020, four research teams from both sides of the Channel have been developing an innovative antibacterial bandage prototype using smart, light-emitting inks.

Preventing Plastic Pollution project raises awareness at the Winter Olympics

The traditional board game of snakes and ladders has been given a digital makeover by Interreg FCE project Preventing Plastic Pollution for the 2022 Winter Olympics (4-20 February).

CobBauge reaches crucial phase in developing its cob house prototypes

With the construction of two low-carbon houses in the UK and France edging closer to completion, CobBauge builds its case for a new low energy construction material for houses.

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Interreg-funded restoration of Lower Otter estuary attracts rare wildlife

The Lower Otter area recently provided habitat to the largest flock of white-fronted geese seen in Devon since the 1980s just a few months after the start of its renovation supported by project Promoting Adaptation to Changing Coasts (PACCo).

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