FICIS'2020 - International Forum of Smart and Sustainable Communities LIVE STREAMING
Atlantic Area Managing Authority participates on a session dedicated to tourism, natural & cultural assets
The 6th edition of FICIS’2020 “International Forum of Smart and Sustainable Communities” will take place on the 14-16 April live stream (online) via Facebook @ficisportugal.
The Interreg Atlantic Area programme is a supporting institution and will be represented at this forum by the Executive Manager, Sandra Tavares da Silva. She is keynote speaker at the session “Smart Tourism, Cultural & Natural assets”, to be held on the 16 April at 9:30-11:00 (GMT+1).
Also CCDR-N, the programme Managing Authority, will be present at this event.
FICIS is a platform for sharing, during 3 days, the main advances for smart, sustainable and inclusive development of territories. It brings together universities and research institutes, companies with focus on development and innovation, and citizens, represented by the mayors’ municipalities, with the aim to shown their best initiatives and vision for the future of territories.
Please register here to attend this Forum.
Published on: 2020-04-10
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Launch of SEAFUEL: the European project for sustainable integration of renewable fuels in local transportation
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The research to find new tools for monitoring the chemical status in transitional and coastal waters
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