Youtube channel for the Atlantic Area projects' videos
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Interreg Atlantic Area programme just launched a new Youtube channel, a repository aiming at collecting videos produced by the Atlantic Area projects to share their activities and results.
As part of the programme communication strategy this new platform aims to boost the visibility of the Atlantic Area capital, promote the transfer of know-how and experiences of transnational partnerships in key areas of the programme, such as innovation & competitiveness, resource efficiency, territorial risks, biodiversity, natural & cultural assets.
With an ERDF funding of €140M, Interreg Atlantic Area supports 72 cooperation projects, gathering around 700 institutions from 5 Member States, thus contributing to a more cohesive Europe in territorial, social and economic terms.
Published on: 2020-04-05
Tenerife aims to be the first Spanish island to host a facility for the generation of sustainable hydrogen for transport
More than 30 delegates met online to discuss the programme state of play
Researchers are invited to submit Early Stage Technologies related to Blue Economy
ATLANTIC-GEOPARKS webinar on “Transnational Cooperation of the Atlantic Geoparks for Sustainable Development”
This webinar counts already with 307 registrations from 38 countries
These companies will be enabled to access test sites for validation of their technologies in real sea environments
The results of the pilot actions developed and the future perspectives of IMTA in the Atlantic Area will be discussed among the end-users and the general public
How do Blue and Green Infrastructure Networks can prevent natural disasters while assuring the provision of ecosystem services?
This project on Atlantic Digital Startups was selected among 150 project stories
This prestigious award, given by the European Commission, aims at featuring the best EU-funded cooperation projets
And get the chance to perform your project on stage during the Interreg 30 years Project Slam at the EWRC