ATLANTIC-GEOPARKS webinar on “Transnational Cooperation of the Atlantic Geoparks for Sustainable Development”
This webinar counts already with 307 registrations from 38 countries
The Atlantic-Geoparks project and the UNESCO Chair on “Geoparks, Sustainable Regional Development and Healthy Lifestyles” invite you to participate in this Management Seminar, an opportunity to share the partnership achievements during this outstanding transnational cooperation project.
Participation is free of charge but needs a prior registration at https://unescochairutad.wordpress.com/register/ in order to obtain the participation certificate. After registration you will receive the link for the webinar participation. Check here the Agenda.
Atlantic-Geoparks aims to promote and disseminate the geological and cultural heritage of the Atlantic Geoparks to attract tourist flows and new economy activity.
Led by Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro in Portugal, this project has a consortium of 13 partners from the 5 Atlantic countries and a total budget of 1.9 million euros until November 2020.
Source: Atlantic-Geoparks project
Published on: 2020-07-14
The project studies the presence of nanoparticles in aquatic ecosystems in the Atlantic Area
Successful applicants will be able to test their ocean energy technologies in real-sea conditions
“Sailing into Wellness” was adressed as an innovative approach to tackle social change
Partners had the opportunity to discuss the progress of the project and attend the open-workshop “Hydrogen for transport” organized by AREAM
Find out about Key Enabling Technologies to drive innovation and competitiveness in your business
21.03.2019, Gran Canaria
The Monitoring Committee meeting was held in Las Palmas under the 2019 Spanish Presidency of the Programme
2-day meeting to discuss advancements and plan the methodology of coming activities in the project work plan
20.03.2019, Gran Canaria
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria hosts the ceremony for the signature of the 2nd Call project contracts
The main focus is on expanded polystyrene (styrofoam), one of the most difficult plastic wastes to collect
Porto Municipality adressed the importance of a more sustainable territorial management in the Atlantic Area urban centres