InnoPolis-Center for Innovation and Culture, in cooperation with the Region of Ionian Islands (Greece), the Province of Lecce (Italy) and the Regional Council of Vlore (Albania), organizes a meeting with local stakeholders, concerning low carbon economy issues, in Corfu on Wednesday 19 July 2017.
The meeting will take place at the conference room of the Regional Unit of Corfu (former Prefecture building) in the framework of PASSAGE project.
The purpose of this meeting is to inform stakeholders about the objectives and the progress of PASSAGE project so far and, also, to provide a forum for debate on the low carbon economy and the adaptation to climate change in the straits of Otranto and Corfu, for the benefit of the citizens.
09:15 - 09:30 Registration of stakeholders
09:30 – 09:45 Welcoming speech, REGION OF IONIAN ISLANDS
09:45 – 10:00 The regional policies for Climate Change (Strait of Corfu)
Ms Koula KIRIAKI, REGION OF IONIAN ISLANDS
10:00 – 10:15 The regional policies for Climate Change (Strait of Otranto)
Mr Carmelo CALAMIA, PROVINCE OF LECCE
10:15 – 10:40 Presentation of the PASSAGE project: Objectives, Action Plan
Mr Nikolas PETROPOULOS, INNOPOLIS
10:40 – 11:45
PRACTICES AND POLICIES FOR CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION FOR
THE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE:
National Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change (ESPKA)
Mr Dimitris NIAVIS, MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE DEPT.
The Green Fund of Greece (Prasino Tameio)
Ms Spyridoula NTEMIRI, Climate Change Expert, LIFE GREEK TASK FORCE
Zero Energy Buildings (ZEB) Mr Aris PAPADOPOULOS, Managing director ZEB
“Green your move” project Dr Georgios SAHARIDIS, Assistant professor, UNIVERSITY OF THESSALY-DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, Coordinator of GREEN YOUR MOVE project
11:45 – 12:00 Coffee break
12:00 – 12:15 The policy instrument of CBC GREECE-ITALY Programme
Mr George SIMOS, MANAGING AUTHORITY of INTERREG PROGRAMMES
12:30 – 13:30 ROUND TABLE: Reflections towards influencing the CBC for the benefit of the climate and people by Albanian, Italian and Greek stakeholders
13:30 – 14:00 Conclusions