How is the Interreg Atlantic Area contributing to the #EUGreenDeal?
Learn here about the importance of cooperation and innovation for the seafood sector
Projects SAFER (Interreg Atlantic Area) and QUALINNOV (Interreg Indian Ocean) are featured on a joint Interreg article to talk about the importance of cooperation for the sectors of aquaculture and agrifood in their European regions while contributing to the #EUGreenDeal: "The transnational approach has been crucial to address challenges and opportunities that otherwise would have been impossible to be faced by a single region. The participant regions are having access to a range of technologies, innovation services and business opportunities not available or limited in their regional context." - José Manuel San Emeterio, SAFER project.
Read here the article "Two oceans, one goal: You are what (and where) you eat", the result of another initiative of Interreg programmes, coordinated by Interact.
This initiative consists of the launch of a series of articles to show the active role of Interreg programmes and projects in realising the current European agenda and demonstrate how Interreg helps to implement the European Green Deal policies while building back sustainable economies post-covid19. Click here to see all stories.
Published on: 2021-06-08
The Joint Secretariat assistance will be limited during the holiday season
'Reinventing the future' will bring together like-minded young people for several days to solve social, environmental, technological challenges
The app highlights and promotes key geoheritage sites and local businesses in 11 destinations
The EEPA reward those who promote entrepreneurship and small business at the national, regional and local level
This ceremony took place during the 7th Atlantic Stakeholder Platform Conference
This initiative brings together food producers, importers, agencies and policy makers for a 3-day online event
19.11.2020, Online event
The video with the recording of the event is now available
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!