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Environment

Projekte
Regionen
Europäische Union
Erweiterungsländer
Europäische Freihandelsassoziation
Nachbarländer im Mittelmeerraum
FEMIP – Überblick
Stärkere Synergien
Finanzierungs- und Beratungsinstrumente
Darlehen
Beteiligungskapital
Advisory services
Förderinstrument der FEMIP
Antragsmodalitäten
Treuhandfonds
Technische Beratung
Beteiligungen
CAMENA – Rahmen für Klimaschutzfinanzierungen
MED 5P
Organisation and staff
FAQ - FEMIP
Die östlichen Nachbarländer der EU
Zusammenarbeit mit anderen Institutionen und Organisationen
Finanzierungsinstrumente
Treuhandfonds
Beispiele für EPTATF-Operationen
Institutioneller Rahmen
Zentralasien
Institutioneller Rahmen
Zusammenarbeit mit anderen Institutionen und Organisationen
Finanzierungsinstrumente
Technische Hilfe und Zuschüsse
Afrika südlich der Sahara, Karibik und Pazifik
Mittelquellen und Finanzinstrumente
Darlehensanträge
Zusammenarbeit mit anderen Partnern
Investitionsfazilität
Weitere Initiativen
Tätigkeit
Asien und Lateinamerika
Priorities
Klimaschutz
Vorbereitung auf die UN-Klimakonferenz in Paris
Wirtschaftlicher und sozialer Zusammenhalt
Infrastruktur
Innovation and skills
Investition in die Jugend
SMEs
Environment
Sectors
Landwirtschaft, Lebensmittel und ländliche Entwicklung
Luftfahrt
Digitale Wirtschaft
Allgemeine und berufliche Bildung
Energie
Forstwirtschaft
Gesundheit und Biowissenschaften
Seeverkehr
Regionalentwicklung
Straßen
Transeuropäische Netze
Verkehr
Stadtentwicklung
Wasser- und Abwassermanagement
Projektzyklus
Darlehensanträge
Projektprüfung
Auftragsvergabe
Projektüberwachung
Vorgeschlagene Projekte
Anmerkungen
Nach Regionen
Europäische Union
EFTA-Länder
Erweiterungsländer
Osteuropa, Südkaukasus, Russland
Mittelmeerländer
Afrika, Karibik, Pazifik und ÜLG
Südafrika
Asien und Lateinamerika
Nach Sektoren
Kürzlich genehmigte Projekte
Projects financed
Nach Regionen
Europäische Union
EFTA-Länder
Erweiterungsländer
Osteuropa, Südkaukasus, Russland
Mittelmeerländer
Afrika, Karibik, Pazifik und ÜLG
Südafrika
Asien und Lateinamerika
Nach Sektoren
Nach kombinierten Kriterien
Operations evaluation
Process and methodology

Environment

Environmental protection is EU policy and hence one of our main action areas. Also, environmental concerns are reflected in all our projects, to conform to our corporate responsibility commitments.

In 2015, the EIB financed EUR 19.6 billion in projects enhancing environmental protection.

Urban Environment

75% of Europeans live in towns and cities, 85% of GDP is created in urban areas, towns account of 80% of energy use and they face special social cohesion and environmental challenges. Helping make towns and cities pleasant and environmentally sustainable places to live and work is one of our key tasks through:

  • Urban renewal – improving the quality of life and aiding social cohesion
  • Heritage – preserving the social, architectural and historical fabric of towns and cities
  • Buildings – renovation and renewal
  • Infrastructure – promoting sustainable transport, energy, ICT etc.
  • Mobility – helping people move around while cutting noise and air pollution

Sustainable transport

We encourage a shift away from private transport, by supporting efficient public transport networks in order to:

  • Facilitate growth and job creation
  • Cut greenhouse gas emissions
  • Reduce noise pollution
  • Minimise the damage to air quality
  • Promote safety

We also strive for cleaner and safer private vehicles by backing research and development in the automotive industry.

Sustainable energy project advice

Many EU towns and regions lack the necessary technical expertise and organisational capacity to implement large energy efficiency and renewables projects. ELENA (“European Local ENergy Assistance”) is there to help. It covers up to 90% of the technical support cost needed to prepare, implement and finance the investment programme. Run by the EIB, it is funded by the European Commission.

Water

A diverse range of projects related to the provision and management of water receive our backing:

  • Water supply,
  • Wastewater treatment and disposal,
  • Coastal erosion,
  • Flood control
  • Hydropower generation

We offer long term financing and technical advice plus we support research, development and innovation. Most of this activity is in the EU, but we also support international initiatives such as the ACP-EU Water Facility, Horizon 2020 and the Alliance for Global Water Adaptation.

Biodiversity

We support EU policy to halt the loss of biodiversity by seeking to minimise negative impacts and enhance natural habitats through all our projects. We make prior assessments to better understand biodiversity implications of our actions. We also work with the European Task Force on Banking, Business and Biodiversity and the European Commission's Nature and Biodiversity Unit.

Forestry

Forests are major carbon stores and so have a role as part of our climate action priority. Forests also help with the adaptation to some of the effects of climate change such as soil erosion and increased flood risk. There are also biodiversity implications.

Financing

We lend directly to major projects and pass through intermediaries for smaller investments. Funding is also channelled through:

JESSICA: a programme to magnify the effect of EU Structural Funds for urban projects.

JASPERS: assists new EU Member States achieve grant financing under the Structural and Cohesion Funds

Municipal Finance Facility/ Municipal Infrastructure Facility: helping new Member States and accession countries strengthen municipal credit markets and helping regions bordering old Member States with environmental, social and economic concerns.

A sweet story about sugar

On the tiny island of Mauritius, an innovative company squeezes every last cent from its sugar cane—and protects the environment. This is the story of a sugar cane company on an island two thousand kilometres off the southern African coast. The company managers faced disaster. But they responded with one innovation after another. They found a partner in the European Investment Bank, and over six years they built a set of businesses that could survive the kind of shock that threatened them. And they did it all while protecting the environment of their tiny homeland in the Indian Ocean.




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