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04/02/2021
The workshop is led by experts in the field of innovation support and sustainability as part of a thematically familiar project co-financed with the funds of th...
Type: Project
09/10/2019
LC Districts partner Marche Region organizes a workshop as a side event of the European Week of Regions and Cities in Brussels.
Type: Project
17/02/2018
Green Screen partners in a “Sustainability on Set” panel discussion during the Berlin International Film Festival.
Type: Project
Lead Partner: Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia
European regions play a multiple role in the adoption of green public procurement (GPP) policies as they elaborate and adopt GPP plans, can mainstream GPP within all policy instruments that they manage, can purchase eco-innovative and resource efficient goods and services, playing thus also a significant role the promotion of more resource efficient economies. There are still large areas for improvement in the adoption of GPP in relation to EU funded programmes and other policy instruments, in the undertaking of the tool by beneficiaries and in the monitoring of GPP implementation, hence in the evaluation and mainstreaming of its benefits. GPP toolkits, common environmental criteria, training materials and help desks have been developed throughout Europe. Limited experience is yet available on how to include environmental criteria into financing instruments and in the implementation of development strategies. GPP-STREAM builds on the idea that interregional cooperation can help mainstreaming GPP policies within the administrations involved and ensure that resource efficiency measures are spread and benefits acknowledged. GPP-STREAM AIMS The project aims to improve the management, implementation and monitoring of policy instruments that integrate GPP approaches so as to ensure that resource efficiency gains can be maximized and that resource efficiency objectives are institutionalized through GPP. The project is coordinated by Region Friuli and is implemented in partnership with 8 Bulgarian, Spanish, French, Italian and Romanian bodies that have complementary environmental and GPP expertise. RESULTS AND OUTCOMES 5 transnational learning events, at least 300 stakeholders involved, 13 GPP webinars, 5 GPP toolkits and one online platform, 8 policy instruments from 5 EU countries will integrate GPP approaches, 40 EU policy instrument managing authorities apply GPP-STREAM toolkits. Author of the cover image: Massimo Armani
Lead Partner: Southern Apennines River Basin District Authority
The Land-Sea project illustrates the joint efforts of partners from four European regions to promote an integrated approach towards improving the policies for sustainable management of the land-sea ecosystems. “The ultimate goal - establishment of joint guiding principles for promotion of interventions for regional growth in the field of the eco­tourism and the related sectors” Interregional learning Based on the interregional learning approach the project includes intensive exchange of experience and knowledge in the field of conservation, restoration and sustainable management of coastal marine areas, as well as in the development and promotion of sustainable and responsible eco-tourism. Integrated activitiesThe networking activities under the project include interregional and local activities: thematic seminars, study visits, expert papers, conferences. Expected results -   Improved skills and competences of the policy makers, local stakeholders and project partners for sustainable management of the land-sea systems-  Improved  Policy Instruments: 3 Structural Funds Operative Programmes and 1 local Plan-  Implemented 4 local action plans envisaging measures and instruments for sustainable management of the land-sea system, supporting ecotourism strategy in the concerned regions.
Sustainability based on Profit
Craig Lawrance - Textile Centre of Excellence
BUILDING CAPACITY OF LOCAL ADMINISTRATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF STRATEGY DOCUMENTS WHICH INCLUDE GPP AND ENVIRONMENTAL CRITERIA
From folder: Policy Briefs
Zala County Foundation for Enterprise Promotion GP ZMVA presentation
From folder: Offenbach Study Trip
4th PROJECT Steering Committee MEETING