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Lead Partner: Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia
Matching conservation priorities with regional development policies while paying special attention to ERDF fund availability is a critical challenge to deploy robust and effective biodiversity conservation strategies at European and regional levels. However, the development of conservation priorities requires the adequate mobilisation of consistent, relevant and structured biodiversity information aimed at feeding and eventually guiding decision-making. Better prioritization of biodiversity conservation efforts using evidence-based methods BID-REX aims to enhance natural value preservation through improved regional development policies by creating/reinforcing the link between relevant biodiversity data and conservation decision-making processes. More specifically, it aims to facilitate the use of biodiversity information and increase the impact of ERDF allocation in the preservation of the European natural heritage by providing decision-making processes with appropriate biodiversity information.
The cycling route presents the eastern Thorn-Eberswald Glacial Valley and the southern Lower Vistula River Valley, as a sustainable transport/tourism choice.
Location: Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Poland (Polska)
Project: ECO-CICLE
The project strengthens the cross-border business co-operation, tourism development, joint product marketing, based on common treasure, Szatmár Plum.
Location: Észak-Alföld, Hungary (Magyarország)
Project: EPICAH
A strategy for guiding investment in cross local authority boundary sections of the cycling network, with particular focus on routes suitable for commuters.
Location: Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Project: REGIO-MOB
SPARK Demo is a business support structure in South-Estonia that brings together different stakeholders to spark collaboration and new ideas.
Location: Eesti, Estonia (Eesti)
Project: RELOS3
Practice shows how a comprehensive planning process can be carried out from a whole approach to cycle development for to promote a greater use of bicycles
Location: Andalucía, Spain (España)
Project: ECO-CICLE
Lead Partner: Employment Service - Canary Islands Government
GROW RUP is an Interreg Europe project bringing together five EU Outermost Regions. GROW RUP supports the creation and growth of innovative companies in the field of green and blue economy, with a particular focus on long-term unemployed people in the ORs. GROW RUP double challenge: support for SME competitiveness and employment in the ORs.
The transport hub integrates the following means of transport: pedestrians, bicycle, car, bus, railway and taxi.
Location: Közép-Dunántúl, Hungary (Magyarország)
Project: DESTI-SMART
Coworking space, incubator and accelerator that offers opportunity to learn, to develop business ideas and implement trainings.
Location: Zahodna Slovenija, Slovenia (Slovenija)
Project: TRINNO
Lead Partner: MUNICIPALITY OF REGGIO EMILIA
The EU is acknowledged as one of the most urbanized areas in the world, characterized by a relatively dense urban network consisting mainly of medium sized cities. The trend of urbanisation is increasing and the consequent pressure on peri-urban areas has many impacts at environmental, social and economic level: increasing soil consumption, loss of ecosystem services and reduced resilience towards climate change effects, soil speculation. All this has negative impact on economic activities, public health and life quality. Tackling natural heritage protection in peri-urban areas becomes crucial to guarantee that natural resources are not compromised by urbanization; nevertheless, natural heritage protection is often seen as a constraint to economic growth, making the two concepts antithetic. PROSPERA’s overall objective is to improve regional policies on protection and promotion of natural heritage by tackling loss of ecosystem services and improve sustainable development in peri-urban areas threatened by urban-sprawl, with the ultimate aim of preventing biodiversity loss, soil consumption and further degradation of natural assets, by in parallel leveraging on these challenges as a way to favor regional attractiveness and economic sustainable development. To this end, 7 PPs from 5 EU countries (IT-EL-SE-BE-HU) have agreed on 3 leverages as means for a shift from the traditional perspective seeing urban/rural as a dichotomy to a new perspective, where protection of natural heritage fosters economic development in peri-urban areas: 1. Wise governance 2. Eco-lo(gi)cal value chains 3. Sustainable PPP (public-private partnership) PROSPERA PPs will identify at least 15 Good Practices from 5 regions and, after a process of interregional learning based on Study Visits and knowledge exchange sessions, they will define regional Action Plans to improve 5 policy instruments.