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In April 2017 the first interregional study visit of the LAND – SEA project took place in the Regione Molise, Italy. Molise is situated in south-central Italy and lies between the Apennine ridge and the Adriatic Sea. Nature, history, art, age-old traditions and good food are the treasures of this still largely-undiscovered region. The region boasts countless castles, such as that of Pescolanciano, as well as a number of abbeys and sanctuaries.During this visit the Bulgarian representatives encountered the Director of the Regional History Museum in Campobasso, married to a Bulgarian and one of the main representatives of the stakeholders group in the Molise Region. A discussion flared about an extremely interesting story about the Bulgarian Khan Alcek, the youngest son of the founder of the Bulgarian State back in 681, the great and wise Khan Kubrat. The legend tells us, that when the sons of Khan Kubrat leave in different directions at the end of the 7th century looking for a bright future and fertile grounds for themselves and their children, the youngest son – Alcek, takes his people to Italy and settles down there, right in the region where Campobasso lies nowadays. His remains are still there. Occasionally, there are many cities in Italy wearing somehow the name Bulgaria, such as Celle di Bulgaria, a mountain called Bulgaria, etc.Bulgarians in Italy are also present in some of the country’s famous memorials.A special attention comes to Larino Cathedral, founded in 1318 in the Campobasso Area, Regione Molise. That is why Bulgarians living here have taken over the initiative of doing a memorial of the young Khan Alcek. No matter where, no matter Italians, Bulgarians or German and Spanish, humans construct their lives and shape their world into homes in terms of shared memories and experiences. This particular vivid historical memory from the Regione Molise, which remained through the centuries bridged us culturally and age-related. We think now, after this touching encounter:-    How important is it to sustainably share these memories and the remains of our predecessors – in museums, monuments, churches… -    How are we going to protect this human knowledge and tell such stories further to the generations?-    Is it possible to gain/do experiential learning by sharing and structuring the right instruments for sustainably protect our culture and nature? Can we do it automatically OR first we have to recognize the value of the knowledge?We are sure, that through the LAND – SEA project we will share existing knowledge and create bridges both culturally and motivationally toward a solution, starting right now. Join us! Help us and be engaged by actively observing, listening and participating. Cooperate for mutual learning how to conjugate the needs to preserve and to develop our territories. Interview with Governor of Varna region. Interview Land-Sea en brochure brochure En.
Measures to boost the recycling market in Bulgarian legislation through integrating construction and demolition recycled materials in construction.
Location: Югозападен, Bulgaria (България)
Project: CircPro
REUSE in Aarhus is a new thought recycling site. Here citizens can collect and handover things for free, as an example of Circular Economy in action.
Location: Midtjylland, Denmark (Danmark)
Project: 2LIFES
Brightlands Chemelot Campus is a unique ecosysem for open innovation in the domains of performance, biobased and biomedical materials + R&D enabling processes.
Location: Limburg (NL), Netherlands (Nederland)
Project: S3Chem
Application of wood vinegar, a bio-herbicide from lignocellulosic wastes to replace glyphosate, which causes serious effects on human health and environment
Location: Andalucía, Spain (España)
Technical University of Cluj-Napoca

Interested in: Joining a project, Networking with peers

Regional Government of Cataluña

Discover how Api’Up Association (Nouvelle Aquitaine region, France) is producing furniture from waste and abandoned materials.
Type: Platform
The Workshop on Industrial Modernisation and Interregional Cooperation took place in Florence on 19th March.
Type: Project
Event gallery Presentations  The presentations and materials are available for download below.  Seminar on finance reporting (21 January)Reporting procedures and legal frameworkPhase 2 lump sumEligibility of expenditurePublic procurementSeminar on activities and results (22 January)Good practices (presentation)GP exercise: checklist, GP example 1, GP example 2, GP example 3Reporting activities (presentation)Reporting exercise: cards, PR2 RobinFood clarifications, PR2 RobinFood activity reportReporting results (presentation)Practical exercise on reportingExchange of experience process and action plan development (presentation)Experiences of SMARTY and SET-UP (presentations)Seminar on project communication (23 January)How to tell storiesHow to work with the mediapractical cases (TO1, TO3, TO4, TO6)World Café summarySee also the communication principles and the requirement checklist presented during the lead partner seminar in Brussels on 9 April 2019. Additional resources  For more information and guidance, have a look at these links: Resources for projects (templates, posters, branding guidelines etc.)List of tools and templates shared by other projects (feel free to add your own!)Help page for project web admins (FAQ and useful tips for editing your project website)'Implement a project' -section of the Interreg Europe websiteInterreg Europe programme manual Seminar agenda Looking for the agenda? Download it here!  Download the agenda