The 34 projects selected for funding will be led by universities, research institutes, public authorities and private enterprises. The projects involve a total investment of €75.1 million, of which the Commission is providing action grants worth €41.5 million. This sum is split among the three priority areas, with the EU providing €19.4 million to 16 LIFE CCA projects. These adaptation projects, which are worth in total €32.9 million, are focusing on five thematic areas: agriculture/forestry/tourism, adaptation in mountain/ island areas, urban adaptation/planning, vulnerability... assessments/adaptation strategies, and water. The 12 LIFE CCM projects selected will receive LIFE funding of €18.0 million and represent a total investment of €35.3 million. These mitigation projects will demonstrate best practice in three areas: energy, industry and land use/forestry/agriculture. The six LIFE GIC projects have been awarded €4.1 million of funding to improve governance and raise awareness of climate change. The total budget for this priority area amounts to €6.9 million.