“Taking into account the taxonomy: acting without harm in structural funds and recovery plans”, Marco Lopriore and Maureen Cossalter (EIPA, Maastricht)

This briefing compares how the Do No Significant Harm Principle (DNSH) is applied in Cohesion policy and the Recovery and Resilience Fund (RRF). Presenting the features of its design and implementation in both contexts, we aim to identify the main differences and potential complementarity also in relation to existing provisions. While public administrations may face challenges in following this principle throughout the implementation cycle, we provide some good practices and reflect on lessons learned from some Member States.

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