Key Recommendations on the Efficient Use of EU Funds in Central & Eastern Europe
Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries are the largest beneficiaries of EU funds as a percentage of GDP. At the same time, plenty of criticism arises on the actual impact of these spendings on the member states’ development, and on the achievement of common European goals in general, and in particular environmental and climate goals.
As the final piece of EUKI project Directing EU Funds towards Climate Neutrality, CEEweb for Biodiversity and the project’s consortium have created recommendations on the efficient use of EU funds in Central & Eastern Europe. It is an analyses based on all the projects collected in the Best Practice database.
You can find the publication also on the project’s own website.