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
19.11.2020, Online event
The focus of this conference is to address the adverse effects of climate change on soil, especially on agricultural lands, thus improving the resilience of the Atlantic rural areas
On the agenda are topics such as the importance of international networks and geotourism strategies for the territorial development
18.11.2020, Online event
The video with the recording of the event is now available!
Four Atlantic projects presented as good practices in contributing to a Greener Europe
Join us on this online storymap to learn more about the transnational programmes
The largest European regions event will take place throughout 3 weeks, in a mostly online format and with 70+ Interreg events
A new area on our website collects deliverables to share the wealth of knowledge, experience and good practices of the Atlantic Area projects
New mentoring programme is launched to support early-career, Blue Economy researchers in Europe to improve their innovation and technology transfer skills
Highlighted are the experiences that can be lived in each of the partner regions
The focus goes to the thematic study "World Heritage Site experiences in managing Governance, Population and Tourism issues"