Project News

This section gives you online the latest news and information on the emerging results from the CADSES projects. It reports on interim results with significant potential for exploitation as well as upcoming events, workshops and conferences organised by CADSES projects.

If you wish to announce an upcoming event you are welcome to contact us at cadses@jts.dresden.de.

News

19 December 2007
ENHYGMA: ENvironmental HYdrologic & Ground Management: Innovative solutions for the CADSES areas.

Enhygma partners invite you to the project closing conference on 24 January 2008 at the Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista, S. Polo 2454 – 30125 Venice (ITALY).
ENHYGMA aims at improving the trans-national exchange of experiences, technologies and know-how in the field of integrated water management, with the overall objective of enhancing the technical content and reliability of land planning and environmental remedial measures available to the Public Administration.
The conference will present the project characteristics and results in the morning, while the afternoon session will have a more technical content.
The conference will be preceded by a workshop on 22 January 2008  in Ljubljana (Slovenia) at the M-HOTEL , Derceva Ulica 4 Ljubljana (SI). For more information please visit the ENHYGMA website: http://www.enhygma-cadses.eu

 


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24 January 2008 - 24 January 2008
Location
Venice, Italy
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10 December 2007
Project ED-C III Via Regia Final Conference
The INTERREG III B project ED-C III Via Regia (www.edc-viaregia.eu) will be finalised after nearly three years of intensive transnational cooperation with a public event. For this reason, on 20/21 February 2008 the final conference will be organised in the church “To the Three Holy Kings” (Dreikönigskirche) in Dresden.
 
The project ED-C III Via Regia elaborated a transnationally agreed strategy for spatial development along the Pan-european Transport Corridor III, connecting cities and metropoles like Berlin, Dresden, Wrocław, Lviv and Kiev. Supported by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs and our partners a transnational network has been established, which leads to positive effects for cross-border cooperation as well in other fields and which serves as basis for continuation of the project in the upcoming programme period 2007-2013. During the final conference the results will be presented, and there will be a lot of occasions for discussion.
 
Everybody who is interested in participation in the conference is welcome.

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Date 


20 February 2008 - 21 February 2008
Location
Dresden, Germany
Responsible:
Andreas Kühl
Saxon State Ministry
of the Interior
+49 (0)351 5643458
andreas.kuehl@
smi.sachsen.de


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09 November 2007
BETTER Project at Regional Conference about Agroenergy: The necessity of an European chain for the development of biofuels

The Regional Conference will take place in Ravenna, Italy on November 23, 2007.
The conference will present some results of BETTER Project about the possibility to create an agroenergetic chain, in Italy and in Europe.

The BETTER project aims at promoting renewable energies with a focus on biofuel chain integration in rural regions. It includes a new concept for a spatial development system, which integrates the production of alternative energy sources and the need for social and economic cohesion in rural areas.

The conference will also present technical and economic aspects of the production of biodiesel.


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23 November 2007 - 23 November 2007
Location
Ravenna, Italy
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07 November 2007
European Regional Airports Policy Forum “Cooperation or competition: which future for Regional Airports”

Marche Region is partner of the RAIRDev project (Regional Airports' Interaction for Regional Development), aimed at strengthening the level of cooperation between Regional Airports' stakeholders and at enhancing the competitiveness of regional territories.
Through a flexible and coordinated framework based on regional airports' and local actors interaction, RAIRDev aims at encouraging the exchange of know-how and best practices between European countries and at realizing actions for the achievement of EU territorial cohesion.

In this context Marche Region is responsible for the “Institutional Development and Policy Issues” and the establishment of a network of European Regional Airports and stakeholders, named ERAN.

The event represents the first activity organized by the future ERAN and is a good occasion to confirm that cooperation for territorial development is possible.

Those who are interested to participate in the forum should submit the Registration Form until 15th of November to eran@regione.marche.it

For further information and details please visit the project's website www.regional-airports.eu


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28 November 2007 - 28 November 2007
Location
Portonovo di Ancona, Italy
Responsible:
Ms Annalisa Paccapelo
Sviluppo Marche SpA
+39 071 28994209
apaccapelo@svimspa.it
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07 November 2007
HYDROCARE Project Final Conference

The HYDROCARE project invites you to its final conference, which will be held on 21-23 November 2007 at the premises of APAT, in Via Curtatone 3 in Rome.

The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for presenting the main results of the project as well as launching future initiatives. A wide range of subjects entailing a critical analysis of water as a resource and as a sorucen of risks will be covered in a series of sessions chaired by international experts. Stakeholders, policy-makers at local, national, and EU level, academics, researchers, practioners, developers, professionals and press agents are invited to attend to this event.

Conference themes: Water Policies, EU initiatives on Water, Hydrological Cycle, Extremes, Hydro-Meteorological Data.

For more information please visit the HYDROCARE website: http://www.hydrocare-cadses.net


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21 November 2007 - 23 November 2007
Location
Rome, Italy
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29 October 2007
GreenKeys Project: International Conference on Urban Green Spaces - A Key for Sustainable Cities

The Municipality of Sofia and the GreenKeys Project invite you to the International Conference on Urban Green Spaces - A Key for Sustainable Cities which will take place on April 17-18, 2008 in Sofia, Bulgaria

The aim of the conference is to provide an opportunity for academics, researchers, practioners, policymakers, developers and young professionals from Europe and elsewhere to reflect critically on relevant aspects for the future of cities and urban green spaces.

Conference themes: development, management, strategies, policies and visions of/for urban green spaces

Call for Paper: All interested in presenting papers should enrol until 10th December 2007. The conference welcomes papers reporting research findings and empirical data, offering theoretical insights and recording current trends, spotlighting case studies, providing surveys of policies, plans and programs, reviewing examples of projects that have been implemented.

For more information please visit the website of the GreenKeys project: http://www.greenkeys.org/conference


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17 April 2008 - 18 April 2008
Location
Sofia, Bulgaria
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18 October 2007
ENI Project Cultural Event

Within the  ENI (Experiment in Newcomer Integration ) project, the Marche Regional Authority, in collaboration with the Municipality of Porto Recanti,organises the following cultural activity:
Friday 19th  and Saturday 20th October , 09.00 p.m, at “Teatro dei Salesiani”, in Porto Recanati, will be held the theatral Performance  of the “Communities Theatre” titled “Alone Together” by Marco Di Stefano and Tania Khabarova.
 

 


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19 October 2007 - 20 October 2007
Location
Porto Recanti, Italy
 
18 October 2007
INTERIM project workshop „New liner concepts and new concepts for value added services in the intermodal market“

The 3rd workshop of the project INTERIM takes place on 7 November in Novi Sad, Serbia. The project partners from Austria, Germany, Romania, Croatia and Serbia will present their research results about new liner concepts and value added services supporting the intermodal transport in the CADSES region. Analysed future potentials of intermodal transport and new developed possible liner routes will be shown. Furthermore terminals and their current services have been analysed and ideas of new strategies and services will be presented. The participants will have the possibility to discuss the provided inputs afterwards.

Further information about the project and the workshop agenda (with registration form) can be obtained from the project’s website: www.interim-online.eu.

 


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07 November 2007 - 07 November 2007
Location
Novi Sad, Serbia
 
17 October 2007
Conference on Local Strategies for Land Use Management according to Kyoto Protocol

The CADSES Project Carbon Pro invites to the transnational Conference on Local Strategies for Land Use Management according to Kyoto Protocol to be held in Ljubljana on 19 October 2007.

More information can be found on http://www.carbonpro.org/ljubljana.asp

 


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08 October 2007
Final Conference of ACCRETe Project

The Final Conference of the Project ACCRETe will take part on the 9th of November 2007 in Greece.

The aim of the Final Conference is to present the results of the Project :
- To make farmers and citizens sensitive to the issue: to encourage more awareness among people and operators of the sector so that attitudes may be changed. First presentation of the Code of Attitudes for farmers: it summarizes risks for agriculture that are due to climate change. It will also promote attitudes, which should help reduce human-induced impacts on the climate;
- To encourage regional policies contributing to sustainable agriculture: presentation and signature of Transnational Declaration of Intents. During the Final Conference, all partners will undersign the Declaration proving they are determined to follow up research, cooperation, support of sustainable agriculture and activities in the issues.
- First presentation of the video spot that will be broadcasted on local and national TVs of partner Countries. Main objective of the video spot is to inform citizens about risks climate change may cause.


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09 November 2007 - 09 November 2007
Location
Aeghio, Greece
Responsible:
Municipality of Aeghio
Dr A. Thanassoulias - Vice Mayor
Email: thanasan@hol.gr
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05 October 2007
CORELOG Project Conference

Living Labs: Logistics for Business Competitiveness

Bologna, 22 October 2007

The conference is targeted to manufacturing companies, transport and logistics operators, public
administrations and research & training bodies and it presents practical tools for logistics optimisation
tested in different laboratories in Emilia-Romagna and in Europe, with the direct involvement of
companies.

The conference wants to bring together companies' needs and public policies in transport and logistics by
facing the priority issues of logistics cooperation in production SMEs and of the strengthening of the
logistics supply.

A specific conference session targets training in transport and logistics, as cornerstone for logistics
development. Jobs in transport and logistics, companies’ training needs and new pilot training courses are
presented and discussed.

 


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22 October 2007 - 22 October 2007
Location
Bologna, Italy
Responsible:
Paola Pacini
tel. +39 - 051-283704
fax +39 - 051 – 283169
e-mail: cosmo@regione.emilia-romagna.it
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14 September 2007
ENI Project cultural events

In the framework of the CADSES Project ENI (Experiment in Newcomer Integration) Marche Regional Authority in collaboration with the “Ambito Sociale XX” and the Municipality of Porto Sant’Elpidio organizes following cultural activities:

Friday 28th September, 09.30 p.m: Performance of the “Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio” at “Teatro delle Api” in Porto Sant’Elpidio

Saturday 29th September, 09.00 a.m– 12.30 p.m: Meeting of the “Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio” with the students of the local high schools and a Projection of the documentary by Agostino Ferrente on the birth of the Orchestra, followed by a debate with the students will be held at “Teatro delle Api” in Porto Sant’Elpidio
 

 


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28 September 2007 - 29 September 2007
Location
Porto Sant'Elpidio, Italy
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06 September 2007
INTERIM Workshop “Needs and instruments for spatial planning / regional development in the field of intermodal goods transport”

The 3rd workshop of the INTERIM project will be held on 13 September within the framework of the LINDI conference http://www.bmf.hu/conferences/Lindi2007/index.html at the University of Applied Sciences Wildau, Germany.

The theme of the workshop "Needs and instruments for spatial planning / regional development in the field of intermodal goods transport” is to present the project results achieved so far.
This workshop is organised as an official project event and offers additionally a possibility to exchange project ideas and experiences with another CADSES project AB Landbridge (http://www.ablandbridge.eu/site/index.php).

Further information about the project as well as the agenda and registration form of the workshop are available at the project`s website http://www.interim-online.eu.

 


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13 September 2007 - 13 September 2007
Location
Wildau, Germany
 
08 August 2007
POLYcentric DEVelopment Final Discussion Forum

Common best practices in spatial planning for the promotion of sustainable POLYcentric DEVelopment

The POLY.DEV. project “Common best practices for the promotion of the sustainable POLYcentric DEVelopment” organises its final Discussion Forum at the Committee of the Region in Bruxelles (Belgium) on Tuesday 4th of September 2007.

The Discussion Forum represents the most important event of the project to mainstream POLY.DEV. achievements at EU level towards the most relevant European institutions and programmes dealing with territorial planning: ESDP and ESPON. The event is intended as an opportunity to share experiences, lesson learned and problems with EU representatives and experts, also focusing on the new European Territorial Agenda.
General objective of POLY.DEV. project consists on strengthening at transnational level the governance capacities of local and regional istitutions in the issues related to spatial and territorial planning, leading to a common and integrated polycentric spatial development perspective of members and new members States of CADSES area. The project aims at:
- contributing to a better comprehension of European Community and national policies for this sector;
- clearing how decisions about the territory, at different level and in different issues, may be coordinated;
- setting up a scientific network among various fields of spatial planning development  

More information can be found on the official POLY.DEV. website (www.polydev.org)  


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04 September 2007 - 04 September 2007
Location
Committee of the Regions, Brussels
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28 June 2007
The HERITAGE ALIVE! project: use of new media technologies

The HERITAGE ALIVE! project invites you to explore the use of new media technologies to mediate the stories and history of World Heritage sites in selected European regions.

HERITAGE ALIVE! aims to strengthen the capacity of European cultural heritage sites to become dynamic centres of regional development and attract tourism while at the same time preserve their unique heritage. For the past year, nine institutions from seven European countries have worked together on new forms of digital mediation to bring the richness
of world heritage sites “alive” for all. The project takes advantage of emerging mobile technology the concept of learning quests, and novel digital storytelling techniques to encourage young and old, residents and visitors to engage in an active dialogue with their cultural surroundings. The results of the work are six pilot actions trialled in six different European regional settings.

Download the short project flyer at the project website http://www.heritagealive.eu


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15 June 2007
INTERIM project workshop "New liner concepts in the intermodal market” postponed

The public workshop in Constantza "New liner concepts in the intermodal market" can not be held in June like it was planned. The workshop had to be postponed because of technical problems. A new date will be published on the CADSES homepage and on the project homepage www.interim-online.eu soon.


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Location
Enns, Austria
Responsible:
Technische Fachhochschule
Wildau
Dipl.-Geogr. Grit Kämmerer
grit.kaemmerer@tfh-wildau.de

 
14 June 2007
CHIRON Project Transnational Workshop B: “Promotion of Cultural Tourism and Place Marketing Strategies”

The CHIRON Project “Cultural Heritage promotion for Identity of Regions: Observatory and Networking for Cultural Tourism” organises its 2nd Transnational Workshop in Zilina, Slovakia on Friday 15th of June 2007.

The Workshop will be hosted by the Self-Government of Zilina and the Museum of Povaske (CHIRON partner) and will focus on the Promotion of Cultural Tourism through Place Marketing Strategies. External speakers from other EU Projects are invited to speak on the subject.

The Project INTERREG IIIB CADSES CHIRON aims to develop the cultural tourism potential of several regions and cities in the CADSES area based on common approach, methodology and pilot actions on protection and preservation of cultural heritage, promotion and marketing of the cultural assets of the areas, demonstration projects, publicity and dissemination activities. The CHIRON Partnership consists of 10 partners from 7 European countries (Greece, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Germany, Bulgaria, Ukraine).

More information can be found on the official CHIRON Website (www.chiron-project.net).


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15 June 2007 - 15 June 2007
Location
Zilina, Slovakia
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04 June 2007
RAIRDev Project 1st Transnational Workshop ''Regional Airports' Assets and Impacts''

RAIRDev Project is announcing its first Transnational Workshop entitled ‘‘Regional Airports’ Assets and Impacts’’ along with a Business Forum which will take place on 18th June 2007 in Zilina, Slovakia.

The event is going to be hosted by the Slovak Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Zilina Regional Chamber and is open to all regional authorities, stakeholders, experts and enterprises related to regional airports in the Central and South East Europe. During the Workshop the project partners will present the first outcomes of the project’s implementation, which concern the assets and impacts of the case study regional airports participating in RAIRDev Project in Greece, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Italy, Germany, Serbia and Ukraine.

Afterwards a Business Forum will take place during which enterprises’ representatives will be able to exchange views and experience on the issues of the best exploitation of the regional airports in their area in order to promote economic development and competitiveness.

The Workshop and Bussiness Forum Programme will be available on the official RAIRDev project website (www.regional-airports.eu).


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18 June 2007 - 18 June 2007
Location
Zilina, Slovakia
Responsible:
Dieuropaiki Symvouleutiki
Eurotrans Consulting LtD
Mr Emmanuel Vougioukas
Koumoundourou 61
38221 Volos, Greece
tel/fax:+ 30 2421076274
 
30 May 2007
TWIST Project International Closing Seminar

The TWIST (Transport WIth a Social Target) project, is organizing its International Closing Seminar in Pescara, Italy on May 30 - June 1, 2007. The project was aimed to reduce the social and economic gap between mountain/rural areas and urban areas through the local implementation of different patterns of DRT (Demand Responsive Transport). The Closing Seminar will be a good occasion for each partner to present and exchange the results of their local experience and to discuss about the best practices and methodologies to be transferred at regional and local level.
Its partnership consists of Abruzzo Region – Lead Partner (IT), Marche Region (IT), Molise Region (IT) Puglia Region (IT), Province of Ioannina (GR), Dopravni podnik mesta C. Budejovice (CZ), Transdanubian Research Institute (HU), TECHNOSTART GmbH - Berlin (DE) and O.H.B.V. mbH - Brandenburg (DE).
For more information please visit www.twistproject.org


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30 May 2007 - 01 June 2007
Location
Pescara (Italy)
Responsible:
Dott.ssa Roberta Ruggeri
Regione Marche
P.F. TPL
Via Tiziano, 44
60125 Ancona
tel. +39 071 8063447
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25 May 2007
ROME Project Final Conference

The ROME project Final Conference will take in Perugia on June 15-16, 2007.

The ROME project aims at linking important historical, cultural and trade routes of the Romans along the ancient roads with today’s life by promoting tourism and a sustainable cultural development. The project area involves regions from Central and Eastern Europe and is also connected to the project “European Amber Road”. The most important aspect of the project is the use of advanced multimedia and e-learning technologies that allows regions which are located far from one another but united in their cultural heritage to perform common actions and joint efforts to promote their cultural heritage.

Fo more infomation please visit the project's website www.rome-interreg.net .


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15 June 2007 - 16 June 2007
Location
Perugia (Italy)
Responsible:
Laura Lombardi
lauralombardi
@regione.umbria.it
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22 May 2007
Central Conference of the IMMENSITY Project
The IMMENSITY project’s main idea is the social and economic inclusion of legal economic immigrants & repatriates in destination countries via stimulation of their entrepreneurship / self-employment and improvement of living standards in the origin countries by promoting & supporting bilateral trade.  
The Central Conference to be held on the 1st of June in Ancona, Italy, aims to present the Strategic & Operational Plans and raise a public consultation with local, regional and European stakeholders so as to raise awareness, stimulate interest and collect feedback on the work done so far and promote synergies for the Pilot Structures to be developed in the next steps of the project.
 
The invitation and agenda of the Central Conference are available for download here. Further information on the project, its activities, the partnership, etc. can also be found at the project’s website, available at: www.e-immensity.net.

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01 June 2007 - 01 June 2007
Location
Ancona (Italy)
Responsible:
Vivi Papassouli
Project Manager
TREK Consulting SA
A 125-127 Kifissias Ave.,
11524 Athens GR
Tel:+30 2106996157
v.papassouli@trek.gr
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03 May 2007
Spatial Development Forum “Planning Infrastructure for Regional Development”

The Central European Initiative organises the Spatial Development Forum “Planning Infrastructure for Regional Development” in the framework of the A-B Landbridge Project (www.ablandbridge.eu), co-financed under the INTERREG IIIB CADSES Neighbourhood Programme.
The Forum will take place in Vienna (Austria) on 22 May 2007 and focuses on the integration between spatial and transport planning as a way to enhance regional development and trans-national cohesion.

For more information please visit the website www.ceinet.org
 


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22 May 2007 - 22 May 2007
Location
Vienna (Austria)
Responsible:
Silvia BOLZAN
CEI Funding Unit
Tel:+ 39 040 7786777
bolzan@cei-es.org
www.ceinet.org
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16 April 2007
3rd Transnational Meeting of the CADSES Project Parks & Economy

The forthcoming 3rd Transnational Meeting of the CADSES Parks&Economy Project will take place on the 3rd and 4th May 2007 in Erateini, Fokida (Greece).

The aim of the project is the foundation and development of national parks and nature and landscape parks in rural Europe.
Parks&Economy brings together public authorities responsible for the management of nature and national parks, local NGO partners and scientific institutions as well as a national ministry. The project targets actors within the eight involved park areas, such as park authorities and environmental organisations, as well as other stakeholders, such as business representatives, NGOs involved in cultural topics and local residents.

In the download file you will find agenda, registration form & useful information regarding your accommodation and travel.


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03 May 2007 - 04 May 2007
Location
Erateini (Greece)
Responsible:
dott. Luca Muscelli
lucamuscelli@
lmcomunicazione.it

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05 April 2007
SISTEMaPARC presents TV-Film "Landscape and Memory"

On 20 April 2007 the Sächsische Landesstiftung Umwelt and the TU Dresden present the release of the TV Film "Landscape and Memory" which covers life and the economic and political development in the Saxon-Bohemian National Park Region since the 1920s.

The presentation will take place at the address: Blockhaus am Goldenen Reiter, Festsaal Neustädter Markt 19, 01097 Dresden at 17:00. The film and the following discussion will be in German.

The movie shows eight exemplary lifestories of contempory witnesses of the cross border region.
The film was produced within the framework of the CADSES project SISTEMaPARC. SISTEMaPARC develops spatial information systems for transnational environmental management of protected areas. It involves 20 partners from 7 countries.


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20 April 2007 - 20 April 2007
Location
Dresden, Germany
Responsible:
Prof. Dr. Elmar Csaplovics
csaplovi@rcs.urz.tu-dresden.de
 
13 March 2007
S.I.S.M.A. Project Final Conference
Due to the recent and repeated destructive action of natural  events which affected the territory of the Area Cadses provoking victims and damages to the cultural and historical heritage, some Italian regions (Umbria, Emilia Romagna, Marche, Abruzzo, and the Italian National Civil Protection) together with other foreign partners as Greece, Slovene and Slovakia, have been started since 2003 a certain number of studies and researches to develop methodologies to safeguard the cultural heritage as well as the population at transnational level through the following actions:
-definition of a methodological integrated system in order to evaluate the degree of the vulnerability of the “historical centre system” and its components, so to plan actions and interventions to prevent as well as to reduce the risk of natural disasters by the local bodies.
-information and training of the citizens aimed at acting the “citizen as first rescuer”, to increase the awareness in the E.U. countries in front of the disasters for their own security as well as that of the cultural heritage with the main purpose to  cooperate with the Risk Management structure.
-widespread dissemination within CADSES space, of the methodologies and actions developed through the project to enhance a culture of risk prevention.   

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22 March 2007 - 23 March 2007
Location
Perugia, Italy
Responsible:
Regione Umbria
Servizio Protezione Civile
Ing. Alessandro Severi
procivprevenzione
@regione.umbria.it
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09 March 2007
ELISA Project at the 7th International Conference on electronic commerce and business

 18-19 April, Palic (Serbia)

The first dissemination seminar of the ELISA project will take place, as a workshop under the umbrella of the 7th International Conference on electronic commerce  and electronic business (e-TRGOVINA) in Palic, Serbia, on April 18th and 19th, 2007. The seminar’s target will be to inform Serbian SMEs on the ELISA results and to promote the use of e-business practices, focusing on Customer Relationship Management methods and solutions.
 
Please contact the Project Manager Mr Ilias Hatzakis (hatzakis@grnet.gr) for further information.

 

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18 April 2007 - 19 April 2007
Location
Palic, Serbia
 
02 March 2007
International conference organized within EU-CORe III Project “Harmonisation of economic development in the Pan-European Transport Corridor III"
EU-CORe III Project is organising international conference “Harmonisation of economic development in the Pan-European Transport Corridor III" on March 29th 2007 in Katowice, Poland. (Lead Partner – Gornoslaska Agencja Przeksztalcen Przedsiebiorstw SA, Katowice)
Subject of the conference: “International cooperation within Pan-European Transport Corridor III”
This conference is one of the most important parts of the Project and it is the starting point of the strategy building phase and the regional foresight processes.
All relevant actors, engaged in transport infrastructure and economic / regional development actors are invited to the conference, so it will be focused on the main features and challenges for the strategy of the Corridor III.
The aim of the conference is to present the policy framework of EU (transport policy, ESDP, TENs, sustainability, balanced use of regional resources, interoperability of transport system, economic effectiveness of future oriented transport systems at the background of the Lisbon/Gothenburg development process).
It will be the occasion to present the twin-project EDC III.

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29 March 2007 - 29 March 2007
Location
Katowice, Poland
Responsible:
Bartłomiej Płonka
Project Coordinator
Dział Rozwoju
Tel:+48/32/257 12 49
bartek.plonka@gapp.pl
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23 February 2007
INTERIM project workshop "Analysis of the demand side in the intermodal market"
The growing transport volume between Central Europe and the new EU member states Bulgaria and Romania and also Croatia and Serbia require improvements of the intermodal transport system. The project partners in INTERIM work on improvements for the cohesion of intermodal networks, actors and approaches in the CADSES area.
The second workshop of the project INTERIM takes place on 30th of March in Enns, Austria. The issue of the workshop will be the presentation of results of the “Analysis of demand side in the intermodal market” carried out in the project. Target groups of the workshop are market actors as well as representatives of transport and spatial authorities. Experts from Austria, Germany, Romania, Croatia and Serbia will present their research results and discuss implication to the economy and spatial planning. Further information about the project and the workshop agenda (with registration form) can be obtained from the project’s website: www.interim-online.eu.

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30 March 2007 - 30 March 2007
Location
Enns, Austria
Responsible:
Technische Fachhochschule Wildau
Dipl.-Geogr.Grit Kämmerer
grit.kaemmerer@tfh-wildau.de
 
22 February 2007
Project Partners Meeting of ED-CIII project
The next meeting of Project Partners will take place on 27-28 March 2007 in Rzeszów (PL) and will deal with the results of the Regional analysis and preparation of the elaboration of development scenarios. Invitations to this meeting will be sent out until beginning of March.
The Partner meeting will be followed by a strategy conference within the twin-project EU-CORe III, which is scheduled to take place on 29 March 2007 in Katowice (PL). For more information: www.edc-viaregia.eu

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27 March 2007 - 28 March 2007
Location
Rzeszów (Poland)
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22 January 2007
BETTER Project Transnational Conference
BETTER project is aimed at promoting biofuels chain development within an integrated approach, touching rural, energy and environmental aspects into a spatial perspective.
The second transnational conference of the project will take place in Poland (Rzeszow), on the 26th of January, after the project meeting.
During the conference, the partners will present results of analysis and studies, which give a perspective on biofuel development at each regional level, and offer some hypothesis on biofuel promotion based on a spatial development concept.
 
 

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25 January 2007 - 26 January 2007
Location
Rzeszow, Poland
Responsible:
Piotr Pawelec
pawelec@pae.org.pl

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15 December 2006
Decision-Making on Land-Use in Karstic Regions - The KATER II Project

The KATER II project developed a Decision Support System (DSS) which addresses and analyses the impacts of five different forms of land-use on water in karstic regions: tourism, settlements, transport infrastructure, forestry and pasture.
Extensive material on DSS dealing with land-use in karstic regions was presented at the Conference "All About Karst & Water" of the KATER II Project in Vienna.
The KATER II project focuses on the conflict between safeguarding water supply and land-use activities in karstic regions. Often these areas are essential for public water supply and comprise highly sensitive environments.
The KATER II project involves project partners and regions from Austria, Croatia, Italy and Slovenia. Besides documents on the KATER website, a video-presentation and extensive publication material are available.

For more information please visit www.kater.at
For further information material contact: admin@kater.at


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Responsible:
Gerhard Kuschnig
Magistrat der Stadt Wien
MA31- Wiener Wasserwerke
Grabnergasse 4-6
A- 1060 Wien
Österreich
gerhard.kuschnig@kater.at
 
08 December 2006
Elbe Atlas Presented at the Final Conference of the ELLA Project

The ELLA - Project "Elbe-Labe Preventive Flood Management Measures by Transnational Spatial Planning" displayed at its final conference the project results achieved in three years of project work after the devastating flood event on the river Elbe in 2002. More than 200 participants, many from science and politics, attendend the conference which was held in the Sächsischer Landtag in Dresden from 4. - 6. December 2006.

The objectives of the ELLA project are joint action programmes and transnational cooperations in spatial planning and preventive flood protection in the catchment area of the river Elbe.

One result of the ELLA project is the "Elbe Atlas" which contains maps depicting the flood hazard and damage potential in the river Elbe basin. Among others, the maps in the atlas might serve as a valuable source for future spatial planning maps in the catchment area of Elbe and Labe.

More information on the ELLA project can be found on the ELLA website: www.ella-interreg.org.
CD-ROMs with the Elbe Atlas and further information material on the project can be ordered at:

Andreas Kühl
Sächsisches Staatsministerium des Innern
Wilhelm-Buck-Str.4

D-01095 Dresden
Germany

email: andreas.kuehl@smi.sachsen.de


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29 November 2006
ELLA Project Final Conference

After three years of intensive transnational cooperation the ELLA project comes to an end.

ELLA stands for „Elbe-Labe preventive flood protection measures by transnational spatial planning“. 23 authorities from Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Austria and Hungary cooperate to develop a joint action program for spatial planning in the Elbe River basin. The approaches are implemented in nine pilot projects.

The ELLA final conference closes formally the current project phase. The results will be presented in a high-ranking political and scientific framework. A huge political forum will be held to discuss the future of the ELLA network. Additionally parts of the ELLA moving exhibition will be on display. 


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04 December 2006 - 06 December 2006
Location
Dresden, Germany
Responsible:
Saxon State Ministry of the Interior
Div. 45
Janka Beltschewa, Andreas Kühl
fachplanung-eu@smi.sachsen.de
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27 November 2006
ILUP project Final Meeting

The risk potential in river basins has increased strongly due to the enormous use pressure. In view of the demographic concentration in river basins and potential climate changes, safety in valleys is only possible if protective water management and other disciplines cooperate. In selected river basins, exemplary new methods are being tested, strategies developed and pilot projects implemented. Due to space limitations, infrastructure planning, land use and the protection of resources require an integrated approach, and multifunctional strategies must be developed. The problems of foothill and hill countries regarding integrated management of water resources, risk and landscape management can be solved sustainably only in an interdisciplinary way. ILUP pursues the basic concept of a holistic, network-oriented landscape assessment from the problem solving approach to the implementation of measures.

The Final meeting of the project will take place on December 5-7, 2006 in Waidhofen/Ybbs, Austria.


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05 December 2006 - 07 December 2006
Location
Waidhofen/Ybbs, Austria
Responsible:
Sandra Weidinger
sandra.weidinger@schabl.at
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23 November 2006
VILLAS Project Final Conference

Cultural heritage, preserved and managed in an appropriate way, can play a decisive role in spatial development. This is the focus of the VILLAS’ project proposal. Its’ main aims consist of improving and revitalising the aesthetic and economic aspects of architectural heritage by creating an evaluation model and defining a compatible re-use strategy tool, according to the planning criteria and spatial policies of the CADSES area. In the long term, the project is expected to have a positive effect on the regional communities and economies through: the increase of knowledge, cultural tourism, investment possibilities, etc. and the amelioration of juridical instruments at a national and European level.

VILLAS project is pleased to announce the Final Conference in Venice on 4-5 December 2006.

Date 


04 December 2006 - 05 December 2006
Location
Venice, Italy
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20 November 2006
GOVERNET Final meeting
The GOVERNET project, approved under the 2th Call for Proposals of the INTERREG IIIB CADSES Programme, is organizing its Final Meeting in Venice, Italy on Tuesday 28th of November, 2006.
Its aim is the promotion of decision-making models and procedures for the governance of rural areas bearing in mind the principles of sustainable development to integrate all the economic activities performed in the involved area (agriculture,industry, tourism, services), especially highlighting agriculture as the generator of quality goods and services.
Its partnership consists of: Lead partner: Veneto Region. University of Padua, Province of Venice, Mountainous Community of Western Friuli, National Agricultural Research Foundation – N.AG.RE.F. (Greece), Technological Education Institute of Kavala – TEI (Greece), Regional Development Agency of Nova Gorica (Slovenia), Ministry of Agriculture and Agrofood Industry (Moldova).
  

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Date 


28 November 2006 - 28 November 2006
Location
Venice, Italy
Responsible:
Veneto Region
Mr. Andrea Comacchio
Tel:+39 041 279 5538
agroalimentare@
regione.veneto.it

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16 November 2006
INTERIM project’s workshop on "Analysis of the supply side in the intermodal market"

Sustainable transport relations in this region are essential to connect these markets with the Single European Market. Interoperability of goods transport systems is a backbone to provide intermodal services.
Partners from Germany and Austria, who are involved in the intermodal market and network development, meet with experts from Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia and Serbia in the INTERIM project.
The project’s focus is to improve the cohesion of intermodal networks, actors and approaches by using spatial development instruments.
The project partners will elaborate a model with IT-tools on how such a process can be integrated in national spatial development plans. The project will also demonstrate with selected intermodal transport chains (rail, inland waterway and harbour-hinterland) how such integration can be implemented with respect to intermodal markets and spatial development.
At the workshop in Rijeka, Croatia first results of the supply and demand analyses of inter-modal goods transport systems will be presented and discussed by experts from the fields of traffic and transport, logistics and spatial planning.
Further information and the workshop agenda can be obtained from the project’s website: www.interim-online.eu 

Date 


29 November 2006 - 29 November 2006
Location
Rijeka, Croatia
Responsible:
Technische Fachhochschule Wildau
Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Rau
Tel:+49 3375 508 274
christoph.rau@tfh-wildau.de

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14 November 2006
RePUS Project – Mid-Conference

The project is focused on polycentric urban development in Central-Eastern Europe stressing in particular the role of Small and Medium Cities (SMC) and the urban-rural relations. The main target is to assess the  potential for a more diffused urban type development that can contribute to strength the economic growth of this areas at large, counterbalancing the increasing urban and economic polarisation that is taken place since the 1990s with transition.  Beyond the central role of the capital cities and the main urban poles,  does exist a potential for the strengthening of the SMC and improve the rural areas accessibility and service provision. The economic, social and spatial implications will be analysed both from the empirical as well as policy point of views looking the aspects of integration and co-operation among the urban areas, in the territorial contiguity as well as at trans-national level.

More information can be obtained from the agenda.


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23 November 2006 - 24 November 2006
Location
Prague, Czech Republic
Responsible:
Mrs. Roberta Benini
beninir@nomisma.it

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13 November 2006
ROME project: VI Technical Transnational Meeting
The meeting agenda will include:
- Guided tour with english speaking guides, to the archeological site of Carsulae in San Gemini (Terni) and the connected archeological museum with local findings.
- Steering Committee on the meeting outcome from all partners involved, reguarding the web site portal and all the other tasks that will be discussed during the event.
- Water exhibit concerning the Casesar's Waters output provided from Regione Umbria, presented by local artist Antonio Venti
- Showcase of pilot projects and implementation of new multimedia technologies and new communications methods, such as Antonio Venti's "post station" project and a "light cube" installation.
 
Please visit the project website: www.rome-interreg.net

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Date 


13 November 2006 - 15 November 2006
Location
Perugia, Italy
Responsible:
Laura Lombardi
lauralombardi
@regione.umbria.it
 
07 November 2006
RISK AWARE Final Conference
The project final conference will focus on the concept of “Integrated Risk Management”. RISK AWARE has clearly demonstrated that a concrete and effective answer to hydrogeological risk needs to integrate different competences. This concept will be discussed and further enlarged to other risks.
The registration is web based, so if you wish to participate in the conference please register at the web site http://www.smr.arpa.emr.it/riskaware

Date 


21 November 2006 - 22 November 2006
Location
Rome, Italy
Responsible:
Alberoni Pier Paolo
A.R.P.A. - Servizio IdroMeteorologico
Viale Silvani 6, 40122, Bologna
Tel: +39 051 525930
palberoni@arpa.emr.it
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01 November 2006
The International Symposium NatureProtection:GIS

The project SISTEMaPARC is organising the International Symposium on Geoinformatics in European Nature Protection Regions. The event is focused on the demand to link geo-spatial data analysis and nature protection. It will take place from 13th to 14th November 2006 in Dresden (Germany). Especially representatives of national park authorities, national park information centres, regional planning authorities, research institutions both on university and non-university level are invited to present and to discuss the tasks and challenges of developing and implementing spatial information systems to interconnect nature protected regions as well as to support the management of green corridors and green belts in Europe. For further information and registration, please visit the website http://www.natureprotection-gis.de

Date 


13 November 2006 - 14 November 2006
Location
Dresden (Germany)
 
01 November 2006
CADSEALAND Final Conference
The problem of coast protecting (in particular from coastal erosion) is dramatic in several coastal areas of Mediterranean and, specifically, in the regions considered in the project: according to international documents, the percentage of protected coast is less than 20% (including some zeros!) in such regions. The problem of defending the coast, in particular from erosion, is felt everywhere in the Italian, Greek and Rumanian areas considered in the project. That is why CADSEALAND project, approved in the 2nd call of the INTERREG IIIB Programme CADSES, brought together three nations (Italy, Greece and Romania) to collaborate through national and regional institutions on the development of integrated view of land-sea action, emphasizing coastal preservation and protection.
The results and outputs of the project will be presented on the Finale Conference, which will be held in Italy, Portonovo (Ancona) on 9 and 10 November 2006 in the presence of political and scientific forum. 
For more information please visit www.cadsealand.net

Date 


09 November 2006 - 10 November 2006
Location
Ancona (Italy)
Responsible:
CINFAI Project Office
Ing. Janka Strakova janka.strakova@cinfai.it
Holly Beattie
holly.beattie@cinfai.it
Tel.: +390737616803

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30 October 2006
SISTEMaPARC Project Exhibition
Protected areas like national parks are both highly vulnerable as well as extremely important in terms of preservation of natural and cultural heritage. But, in many cases they are also affected by economically driven planning and management strategies. Appropriate measures which consider the variety of impact patterns on the landscape even with contrary demands such as agriculture, extension of the transport network and – last but not least – nature protection, have to be developed. The use of geo-spatial data is an important backbone for the sustainable development of these regions. There is thus an urgent need to integrate and to maintain spatial information systems - especially for (cross-border) protected regions.
The project SISTEMaPARC aims to foster sustainable regional development of national park regions by improving or establishing geo-spatial information pools and exchange of communication concerning homogenised documentation and management.
A recently opened exhibition at the Information Centre "Nationalparkhaus Sächsische Schweiz" in Bad Schandau (Germany), exemplarily presents some main activities and achieved results with special focus on the National Park Region of Saxon-Bohemian Switzerland. Posters cover a wide range of topics: They inform about land use and land use changes during the last 200 years, highlight the impacts of land use changes on the flora, present a homogeneous geo-spatial data base which was derived from Airborne Laser Scanner data and illustrate the established web-based platform for communication and data exchange.
The exhibition is open to the public and can be visited during the opening hours of the Information Centre until mid of November 2006.

Date 


23 October 2006 - 15 November 2006
Location
Bad Schandau (Germany)
Responsible:
University of Dresden
Mommsenstrasse 13
01062 Dresden
GERMANY
Stefan.Wagenknecht@
mailbox.tu-dresden.de
 
06 October 2006
PlaNet CenSE Project Final Conference
How can Central and South-East Europe (CenSE) improve its economic competitiveness, its integration into the European Union and its internal territorial cohesion? How can especially cities and regions foster their economic functions and performance, their accessibility as well as their general attractiveness as places to live and invest? 
 
These are the main questions the project PlaNet CenSE has worked on since November 2003. Now, the project is delighted to share its results with you during the final conference.  
More detailed information can be found in the attached pre-announcement as well as on the project website: www.planet-cense.net.

Date 


13 November 2006 - 13 November 2006
Location
Vienna, Austria
Responsible:
Kerstin Greiling
German Association for Housing, Urban and Spatial Development
Georgenstraße 21
10117 Berlin
Tel: 030 20 61 32 556
k.greiling@deutscher-verband.org
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20 September 2006
Final Conference of the Project UTN II

The Final Conference of the project UTN II will take place on 22 September 2006 in Vienna city hall. The central objective of the project: support cities in the preparation of pilot co-operation projects for funding/search for private/public investors to enhance investment in urban services and infrastructure in order to establish a more balanced standard of living in the CADSES cities. UTN II included 4 formal partner cities and more than 30 interested cities. For more information please visit the project website www.utn.at.

Date 


22 September 2006 - 22 September 2006
Location
Vienna (Austria)
Responsible:
UTN II transnational project management unit
Regional Consulting ZT GmbH
Schlossgasse 11
A-1050 Vienna
tel:+43 1 544 07 80
utn@regcon.co.at

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10 August 2006
HERMES Project - Final Conference

"Heritage and Media in Europe - Contributing towards Integration and Regional Development"
The project HERMES (‘Heritage and New Media for Sustainable Regional Development’) is a joint initiative of 16 institutions from eight countries co-operating under the leadership of the Classic Foundation Weimar. The project, which is part-financed by the European Union as part of the Community Initiative Interreg III B during 2004-2006, searches for innovative ways of revaluating and preserving cultural heritage by employing new media technologies. The overall aim is to make full use of the potential of cultural heritage as a factor for sustainable regional development.
At the final conference of HERMES, the main activities and outcomes of the project will be presented and synthesised. Participants in the event will be all HERMES partners, experts from relevant academic and practical fields, as well as representatives of political institutions at various levels.

More information are available on: www.swkk.de/hermes

Date 


05 October 2006 - 08 October 2006
Location
Weimar, Germany
Responsible:
Sebastian Schröder-Esch
Tel: + 49 (0) 3643 - 545 127
sebastian.schroeder@archit.uni-weimar.de
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10 August 2006
Donauhanse Project - Mayors Conference

The aims of DONAUHANSE are to establish a network of cities which provides sound solutions to similar problems with the greatest possible benefit for all participating cities and regions along the Danube.
The DONAUHANSE project, which is financed by the European Commission under the INTERREG IIIB CADSES programme, builds on this concept by promoting large-scale cooperation among the people living in this region.
The purpose of this conference will be a retrospect as well as a final presentation of the activities and results within the project DONAUHANSE. The goal of this presentation is to point out the value of the project DONAUHANSE for the cities and regions along the Danube river. In addition to this presentations we would like to discuss the vision of a new DONAUHANSE project.

More information can be obtained from the invitation and agenda.

Date 


06 December 2006 - 07 December 2006
Location
Vienna, Austria
Responsible:
Ms. Aniana Ranftl aniana.ranftl@tinavienna.at
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09 August 2006
SURE Project - Final Conference

"Soil-Bioengineering: Ecological Restoration with Native Plant and Seed Material"
Sustainability, economic efficiency and landscape aesthetic in the sphere of erosion protection demand solutions adapted to site and region.

To introduce, discuss and disseminate these matters, a specialist
conference will be held from 5 to 6 September 2006 by Research and Education Centre for Agriculture Raumberg-Gumpenstein and the European Federation for Soil-Bioengineering (E.F.I.B.) in close cooperation with the member associations, especially the German Federation for Soil-Bioengineering (reg. assoc.)

Directly after this conference there is an open workshop from 8 to 9 September 2006 "Restoration after infrastructural interventions".

Topics:

  • Restoration after infrastructural interventions, positive and negative experience
  • Development of a concept for a handbook for restoration projects after infrastructural interventions
  • Field trip to a restoration project on road embankements

Detailed information are available at: http://www.restoration06.net

Date 


05 September 2006 - 07 September 2006
Location
Irdning (Styria), Austria
Responsible:
Dr. Bernhard Krautzer, office@restoration06.net
 
09 August 2006
Go Network Project - Final Conference

 The Conference aims at describing the major results of the project:
- the creation of Credit Guarantee Organization in Croatia improving an already existing Guarantee Fund and implementing the operativity of the local SMEs Agency;
- the realization of a common technological platform for the storing and the managing of the financial and economic data of SMEs in the Cadses area
- the study of a new guarantee instrument which aims at assisting cross-border commercial transactions involving Credit Guarantee Schemes located in different countries and the Credit Export Agencies.

During the first day all Project Partners will share Project activities and results.
The second day will be a public event: the overall project will be presented to a wide public composed by politicians, representatives of national banking systems, entrepreneurs’ associations and Credit Guarantee Organizations.

For more information please visit the project website: www.gonetwork.info


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22 September 2006 - 23 September 2006
Location
Venice (Italy)
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18 July 2006
EST Project Final Workshop

The final workshop of the project EST will take place on July 21, 2006 in Spoleto (Italy). The project main objective has been the creation of a European network of areas and regions that are rich in spiritual and cultural traditions and heritage. The network will link together territories in Umbria (Italy), a region known as the ‘land of Saints’ for its stunning religious heritage, Marche (Italy), whose concentration of ‘sacred place’ is one of the highest in the country and where there is one of the richest Romanic religious heritage in Europe; North-East Region (Romania), a region famous for the painted monasteries of Bucovina dating back to XV-XVI Century and Thessalia (Greece), where, in the XIV century, the famous meteorisa monastiria (monasteries built on top of pinnacles) were built and developed.

Date 


21 July 2006 - 21 July 2006
Location
Spoleto (Italy)
Responsible:
Chiara Dall'Aglio
Project co-ordinator
Sviluppumbria
via Don Bosco 11
06121 Perugia
Italy
Tel: +39 075 5681204
www.sviluppumbria.it
c.dallaglio@sviluppumbria.it
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13 July 2006
RURALTOUR Project kick-off meeting
The RURALTOUR project, approved under the 4th Call for Proposals of the INTERREG IIIB CADSES Programme, is organizing its kick-off Meeting in Venice, Italy on Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th of July, 2006.
 
The RuralTour project leverages sustainable forms of rural tourism and increases existing revenue opportunities for rural areas by developing comprehensive rural tourism marketing strategy. Such strategy will be implemented for the participating areas by the PPs. In addition, a recognizable international network and brand will be developed to designate certified sustainable rural tourism initiatives in the project areas. Its partnership consists of multiple authorities from Italy, Poland, Hungary, Austria and Croatia. The Lead Partner of the project is the Veneto Region (Venice, Italy).
 

Date 


17 July 2006 - 18 July 2006
Location
Venice, (Italy)
Responsible:
Veneto Region
Mr. Stefano Sisto
30170 Mestre - Venezia
Italy
Tel: +39 041 279 5565
Fax:+39 041 279 5491
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12 July 2006
RAIRDev Project Kick-off meeting

The first meeting of RAIRDev Partners for the official launching of the Project’s Work Programme took place in Greece, in the city of Volos, on 19th & 20th June 2006. RAIRDev is a Transnational Cooperation Network among 8 European Countries: Greece (LP), Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Italy, Germany, Serbia, and Ukraine. The main goal of RAIRDev Project is the strengthening of regional development, the enhancement of regional airports’ role in an integrated and efficient multimodal transport system, as well as the involvement and the contribution of all stakeholders related to air transport, airport development and operation, and regional economic development. The next RAIRDev event was scheduled for the 21st & 22nd September 2006 at Flughafen Karlsruhe/Baden Airport in Germany, where the first Study Tour of the project will take place with the participation of airport officials.

Date 


19 June 2006 - 20 June 2006
Location
Volos (Greece)
Responsible:
Dieuropaiki Symvouleutiki
EuroTrans Consulting LtD
Mr Emmanuel Vougioukas
Koumoundourou 61,
38221, Volos, Greece
tel/fax: +30 2421 0 76274
 
30 June 2006
IMMENSITY Project Kick-off Meeting
The IMMENSITY project, approved under the 4th Call for Proposals of the INTERREG IIIB CADSES Programme, is organizing its kick-off Meeting in Thessaloniki, Greece on Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th of July, 2006.
 
The project’s main idea is the social & economic inclusion of legal economic immigrants & repatriates in destination countries, with a specific focus on women, via stimulation of their entrepreneurship / self-employment potential & improvement of living standards in the origin countries by promoting & supporting bilateral trade. Its partnership consists of multiple authorities from Greece, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Denmark, Albania and Bulgaria.
The Lead Partner of the project is the Region of Central Macedonia (Thessaloniki, Greece).

Date 


12 July 2006 - 13 July 2006
Location
Thessaloniki (Greece)
Responsible:
Region of Central Macedonia
Mr. Alexandros Mouchtaropoulos
11 Roussidou Street
54 008 Thessaloniki, Greece
Tel:+30 2310 409 149
Fax:+30 2310 409 370
 
30 June 2006
The Kick-off Meeting of the TELMI project
The Kick-off Meeting of the TELMI project, approved under the 4th Call for Proposals of the INTERREG IIIB CADSES Programme, will take place in Milano, Italy on the 3th of July, 2006.

Date 


03 July 2006 - 03 July 2006
Location
Milan (Italy)
Responsible:
Chantal Lucchi
Agenzia Regionale
per il Lavoro
Via G.B.Pirelli, 30
20124 Milano
tel +39 0266743318
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29 June 2006
TRANSLANDS Project kick-off meeting
The Province of Piacenza announce the kick-off meeting of TRANSLANDS project.
The kick-off meeting will take place on June 29-30, 2006 in Piacenza (Italy) and will give the opportunity to exchange information and experiences on TRANSVERSAL LANDS (abbeys and large rivers) among the Partner Countries and will inform the relevant stakeholders of the starting up of the project activities.

Date 


29 June 2006 - 30 June 2006
Location
Piacenza (Italy)
Responsible:
Dott. Daniela Tansini
Redazione Centrale Sistema
Informativo per il Turista
c.so Garibaldi, 50
29100 Piacenza
turismo@provincia.pc.it
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23 June 2006
EMBRACE II Kick-off Meeting
The Kick-off Meeting of the EMBRACE II project, approved under the 4th Call for Proposals of the INTERREG IIIB CADSES Programme, will take place in Athens, Greece on Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th of June, 2006.
 
The EMBRACE II project aims to promote the development of SMEs located in disadvantageous areas (rural, mountainous, underdeveloped urban) and increase their competitiveness and transnational cooperation through the Information and Knowledge Society.
The partnership of the project comprises of multiple organizations from Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Albania, Bulgaria, Serbia and Montenegro.
The Lead Partner of the project is TREK Consulting S.A. (Athens, Greece).
 
For further information, please also view the attached agenda.
 

Date 


26 June 2006 - 27 June 2006
Location
Athens (Greece)
Responsible:
TREK Consulting S.A.
Ms. Melina Lazaropoulou
125 – 127 Kifissias Str.
115 24 Athens, Greece
Tel. No: +30 210 69 96 157
Fax No: +30 210 69 95 450
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20 June 2006
Parks&Economy Kick-off Meeting
Province of Teramo announce that the kick-off meeting of Parks&Economy project will take place on June 26-27, 2006 in Teramo (Italy). The aim of the project is the development of national, nature and landscape parks in rural Europe.

Date 


26 June 2006 - 27 June 2006
Location
Teramo, (Italy)
Responsible:
Province Teramo
Mr. Antonio D'Anastasio
Europe development office
P.zza Garibaldi 55
64100 Teramo (Italy)
Tel: +39(0)861331575
europa@provincia.teramo.it
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16 June 2006
BETTER Project Launch Conference
The launch conference of the BETTER project will take place in Forlì on June 27, 2006. The conference will present some European experiences on biofuel development and promotion, in order to provide stakeholders with knowledge, information and tools supporting the integration of bioenergy in spatial development strategies. The programme and the registration form are included into the flyer.
 

Date 


27 June 2006 - 27 June 2006
Location
Forlì, (Italy)
Responsible:
Provincia di Forlì-Cesena
Maurita Cimatti
Fax:0543/714717
Tel:0543/714559
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14 June 2006
International symposium on current fish migration issues in Europe
INTERREG III C Community Rivers project is organising the Community Rivers international conference on fish migration.
For more information please visit the website http://www.communityrivers.com/organizedevents.htm

Date 


08 November 2006 - 10 November 2006
Location
Groningen, (the Netherlands )
Responsible:
Jeroen van Herk Msc.
LINKit Consult
Javaplein 29
1095 CJ Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Tel:+31 20 463 1547
www.linkitconsult.nl
 
08 June 2006
ROMIT project Final Conference
The Final Conference of the ROMIT project will take place in Rimini on June 15, 2006. The conference intends to sum up the results and the work that has been done and most of all to be the starting point for implementation of the first Cultural Route of Roman Itineraries. The programme and the flyer are available for download here.

Date 


15 June 2006 - 15 June 2006
Location
Rimini, Italy
Responsible:
Enzo Finocchiaro
ROMIT Project
Responsible
finocchiaro@
provincia.rimini.it
Tel:+39 0541 716307
Fax:+39 0541 716305
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15 May 2006
TWReferenceNet Project: Workshop “Management of Natura 2000 sites in transitional environments"
Project TWReferenceNet is organising International Technical Workshop “Management of Natura 2000 sites in transitional environments”, that will be held in Grado (Northern Adriatic, Italy) from 7 to 9 June 2006. The aim of the workshop is to allow exchange of information among different management realities in order to enhance the discussion and to obtain
an inventory of the management practices adopted by the different sites and a series of guidelines drawn from the management practices of the well-established sites. In order to improve the quality of the final product, the participants are kindly requested to provide, together with the workshop contribution, some interactive materials (documents, photos, videos, etc), that will be included in a multimedial platform to be shared through the world wide web.

Date 


07 June 2006 - 09 June 2006
Location
Palazzo dei Congressi di Grado, in Grado, Northern Adriatic (Italy)
Responsible:
Mara Marchesan
mmarchesan@units.it
Department of Biology
University of Trieste
Trieste, Italy
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15 May 2006
Drava River Basin Project Final Conference
The DRBP Final Conference titled “Drava River Basin Project - Experiences and Outlook” will be held on June 8, 2006 in Zagreb, Croatia. Participants will include representatives of ministries, regional and local authorities, the DRBP project team and other stakeholders from Croatia, Austria, Hungary and the EU. The conference will consist of two parts: an internal expert meeting (round table) in the morning will be followed by a presentation round with open character and broader range of participants. In both events, various project stakeholders will present and discuss project experiences and results as well as define possible follow-up activities and future implementations. The topics also include Croatian convergence to the EU as well as funding and financing possibilities incl. public private partnerships (PPP).
For more information please visit the project website www.drava-river-basin.net.  

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08 June 2006 - 08 June 2006
Location
Zagreb (Croatia)
Responsible:
Dr. Adolf Rausch,
DRBP Lead Partner Consortium
Klagenfurt, Austria
Tel:+43-463/32612-47
office@quantum-gmbh.at
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02 May 2006
Final Conference and Kick-Off of the project CITYREGIO
From the 15th till 17th of May 2006 old and new project partners of the project CITYREGIO will come together at the Final conference and Kick-Off meeting in Leipzig.
In the context of the Final conference the representatives of the partner regions will present the most important project results of the last three years. The partners of the successor project CITYREGIO II will have the possibility to get a first impression of the existing experiences on the basis of the work on the project  CITYREGIO I.
The partner regions Pilsen, Leipzig, Pècs, Bologna, Danzig and Varna will introduce themselves at the kick-off meeting. In the first round they will discuss individual targets of the project. For more information please visit the website www.aufbauwerk-leipzig.de.

Date 


15 May 2006 - 17 May 2006
Location
Leipzig (Germany)
Responsible:
Silvia Reinhold
Aufbauwerk Region Leipzig GmbH
Otto Schill Straße 1
04109 Leipzig
fon: +49 (341) 140779-30
fax: +49 (341) 140779-11
reinhold@aufbauwerk-leipzig.de
 
28 April 2006
Price “Excellence Award” for I-log project
I-Log project is delighted to announce that it will be awarded with the Price “Excellence Award” within the 2006 Prices for Good Practices in Public Administration promoted by the Italian Presidency of the Council - Department of Territorial Economies, in the framework of the valorisation of the Public Administration actions for the local systems and economies.
The ceremony will be held during the FORUM PA 2006 (Roma Fair from the 8th to the 12th of May) within the conference “Competitività dei territori e trasferimento dell'innovazione”  on Wednesday the 10th May at 9:30 am.
The I-Log Team will be pleased to welcome all the interested partners to attend the conference and participate to the award ceremony.

Date 


10 May 2006 - 10 May 2006
Location
Rome (Italy)
Responsible:
Ida Prosperi
European and International Projects Area
SVIM - Sviluppo Marche SpA
Società Unipersonale
iprosperi@svimspa.it
www.svimspa.it
 
24 April 2006
I-Log Project Final Event

On occasion of the final stage of I-Log project (Industrial LOGistic), Marche Region is organizing an international seminar, that will be held in Ancona (Italy) on the 25th and 26th May.
During the first day the conference will focus on the dissemination of the results of the I-Log pilot projects, that will be presented by all 23 partners, coming from 7 different European countries. These presentations will represent an important occasion for verifying and debating on the innovative logistic solutions tested within I-Log, in order to enhance European SMEs competitiveness. The second day, 26th May will be dedicated to a more comprehensive discussion on the perspectives of logistic innovation in Europe. To maximise the scope for practical exchanges of experience, the event will provide different  sessions of workshops bringing together policy makers, businesses and business organizations, universities, technology transfer specialists. They will discuss the most recent topics in the field of transport and logistics in order to identify the perspectives for a sector which is playing a more and more important role in European economy. For further information about the practical organisation of the conference please visit  http://www.i-log.org/


I-Log logo

Date 


25 May 2006 - 26 May 2006
Location
Ancona (Italy)
Responsible:
Lucia Pantella
I-Log Steering Centre
Tel: 0039/071/8063224
lucia.pantella@
regione.marche.it
Download
Programme
 
07 April 2006
PlaNet CenSE organises a FORUM on metropolitan networks and transport corridors in CADSES
Central and South-East Europe currently witnesses the emergence of various projects and initiatives devoted to the development of urban networks and transport corridors and to the development of a more polycentric structure. The Planners Network for Central and South East Europe (PlaNet CenSE) is one of such projects, analysing amongst others metropolitan networks and transport corridors in CADSES. In order to exchange information, know-how and experience with other INTERREG projects, PlaNet CenSE is currently arranging a forum, which will take place on 18-19 May 2006 in Krakow, Poland. The underlying idea of the forum is to establish a platform for promoting, developing and discussing ongoing or future projects with similar aims and overlapping geographies. Bringing different actors together the forum aims at initiating a constant and ongoing dialogue between various initiatives to better utilise synergy effects and to avoid a duplication of work.
The forum’s thematic outline is focused upon metropolitan networks and transport corridors in Central and South-East Europe. Besides addressing the question of developing new networks and corridors, the forum will also take up the question of analysing possible territorial impacts, especially with regard to polycentricity. It particularly addresses actors involved in INTERREG projects dealing with transnational urban networks and transport corridors in Central and South-East Europe. Participants will benefit from a mutual exchange of first-hand information, knowledge and experience.
If you are interested in the event please feel free to register. For more information about PlaNet CenSE please visit http://www.planet-cense.net  

Date 


18 May 2006 - 19 May 2006
Location
Krakow (Poland)
Responsible:
Petra Pelster
Tel: +49 (0) 228 401 1216, Petra.Pelster@bbr.bund.de
Download
Programme
Registration Form
Hotel Registration
Map
Flyer
 
03 April 2006
Project HERMES 3rd symposium "The Politics of Heritage and Regional Development Strategies - Actors, Interests, Conflicts"

 

Project HERMES will organise its third symposium  dedicated to the topic of "The Politics of Heritage and Regional Development Strategies - Actors, Interests, Conflicts" on June 9-10, 2006 in Sofia (Bulgaria)
HERMES’ general objective is to investigate innovative ways of preserving and enhancing cultural heritage through the use of new media technology. The project is based on the notion of cultural heritage as a factor for sustainable regional development, which also includes the goal of raising awareness of particular historical and cultural facts and problems.
A limited number of bursaries is available to cover expenses for travel and accommodation.The organisers look forward to receiving registrations and paper proposals until April 15, 2006.


HERMES logo

Date 


09 June 2006 - 10 June 2006
Location
Sofia (Bulgaria)
Responsible:
Sebastian Schröder-Esch M.A., M.E.S.
Interreg IIIB-Projekt HERMES
Institut für Europäische Urbanistik
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
tel: +49 (0)3643 545127
sebastian.schroeder@archit.
uni-weimar.de
Download
Call for papers
Registration Form
Flyer
 
22 March 2006
LHASA Final Conference "Future of European Large Housing Areas"

CADSES Project LHASA is organising its Final Conference "Future of European Large Housing Areas" on March 29–31, 2006 in Berlin. The main aim of the project was to contribute to the stabilisation of large housing areas by integrated planning efforts (zoning plans), new initiatives for the reconstruction of the housing estate and possibilities to reuse vacant buildings, and through pilot measures to improve employment and social inclusion.      
For more information please visit the project website www.lhasa-online.net.

Date 


29 March 2006 - 31 March 2006
Location
Berlin (Germany)
Responsible:
Mrs.Sabine Slapa
tel: 030 614 017 44
e-mail: s.slapa@contextplan.de

Download
Programm (German)
Einladung (German)
Anmeldung (German)
Agenda
Registration Form
 
02 March 2006
PROSIDE upcoming events and Final Conference
PROSIDE- PROmoting Sustainable Inner Urban DEvelopment - a contribution to sustainable urban development by focussing private investment on the rehabilitation of brownfield areas.
The transnational project team of PROSIDE is going to present the final results of a 3 years project focusing on:
1. Communication and Stakeholder Management
2. Innovation in the Urban Planning Process
3. Integrated Approaches for Environmental Planning
in a series of 3 thematic regional events and a central final conference in Budapest in April 2006. For more details please download the announcement.

Responsible:
iwona@sv-ertel.de
Download
Announcement
 
01 March 2006
C.A.R.E.: Final Events from 7th to 9th March 2006
C.A.R.E. – Accessible Cities of European Regions project is by now coming to its conclusion. A series of events are organized for the month of March in Bologna. On March 7th, during the Press Conference, the new guide “Travelling in Europe – a guide to welcoming and accessible cities” will be illustrated to local and national media. At the Press Conference will participate the Regional Councillor Mr. Guido Pasi, the expert of accessible tourism and President of “Si Può Association” Mr. Roberto Vitali and Mrs. Manuela Marsano who will illustrate the accessible route of Municipality of Bologna. On March 8th the C.A.R.E. partners will meet in the 5th Steering Committee Meeting, to discuss the future of the project. On March 9th, in the Final International Seminar “If only tourism was more accessible … 38 million more tourists in Europe!” the discussion will focus on the importance of the issue for European, National and Local policies and the effects on the market. To download the registration form to participate to seminar, please visit www.interreg-care.org. Here you can also find the program of the event. The participants can also receive, if needed, a participation certificate.

Date 


07 March 2006 - 09 March 2006
Location
Bologna (Italy)
Responsible:
info@interreg-care.org
www.interreg-care.org
Download
Invitation
Press Release N° 3/06
 
17 February 2006
ACCRETe 1st transnational workgroup
The ACCRETe Project (Agriculture and Climate Change), approved during the 3rd Call for proposals, organizes its first transnational thematic workgroup in Chrissoupolis (Greece) on February 16-19, 2006. Key topic of the exchange of experiences among partners is the following: " renewable energy in agriculture".

Date 


16 February 2006 - 19 February 2006
Location
Chrissoupolis (Greece)
Download
Announcement
 
16 February 2006
“ELLA comes!”

The exhibition produced within the framework of the ELLA project deals with the topic of preventive flood management measures. It is shown how floods arise, what everybody can provide to flood pro-tection and how national, regional and local authorities contribute for an improved flood prevention and protection in the Elbe River Basin. The exhibition also shows how Spatial Planning acts as a modera-tor between sectoral planning disciplines. With movies, slide-shows,posters and radio reports the exhibition vividly shows what the reasons for floods are and which measures can be taken to reduce flood damage in the Elbe river basin. An ex-perimental area with games and models makes the topic very tangible, especially for kids. For more information and detailed timeframe please visit ELLA website: http://www.ella-interreg.org/


ELLA poster

Date 


03 April 2006 - 26 June 2006
Location
Czech Republic, Germany
Responsible:
Andreas Kühl
Tel: +49 (0)351- 564 3458
Fax: +49 (0)351- 564 3459
andreas.kuehl@ smi.sachsen.de
Download
ELLA Moving Exhibition
ELLA Flyer (German)
ELLA Flyer (Czech)
 
14 February 2006
C.A.R.E. in Milan at BIT 2006 presents the guides to welcoming and accesible cities
C.A.R.E. – Accessible Cities of European Regions, the European project devoted to hospitable and accessible tourism for all, will land off in Milan for the BIT exhibition from 18 to 21 of next February. In the best Italian tourism exhibition devoted to public and tourist operators of hospitality trade, it will be possible to visit CARE space in the APT Emilia-
Romagna region stand. Through a special “C.A.R.E.” methodology 13 partners out of 16 surveyed the required information so that the prospective tourists will be able to evaluate whether the facilities can satisfy their needs or not.
The resulting itineraries described in the booklets “Travelling in Europe –A guide to welcoming and accessible cities” are not “accessible” itineraries, but a set of services and facilities which can satisfy the need of a guaranteed information for tourists with special needs. You are welcome at the pavilion 20/I stand B24 C11 D10 D11 D14 D24 Carlo Magno entry.

Date 


18 February 2006 - 21 February 2006
Location
Milan (Italy)
Responsible:
e-mail:info@interreg-care.org
website:www.interreg-care.org
Download
Press Release N1/06
 
09 February 2006
R.A.V.E. SPACE project website launched
The project R.A.V.E. SPACE – Raising Awareness of Values of Space through the Process of Education – aims at improving education processes in the issues of spatial planning and sustainable spatial development in primary and secondary schools. The project gathers 9 partners from 5 countries (Slovenia,. Italy, Poland, Greece and Serbia and Montenegro). More information can be found on RAVE Space website: http://www.rave-space.org, which has recently been launched. You can participate in the Project international survey by filling in the questionnaire on the presence of space related topics in educational systems. The Project has also published a brochure in English (available here) and in all national languages of the project partners.
 
 
02 February 2006
The 2nd OderRegio Regional Conference “Preventive Flood Protection in the Upper Reaches of Odra River”

The 2nd Regional Conference of the project OderRegio “Preventive Flood Protection in the Upper Reaches of Odra River” takes place on March 30./31. in Ostrava (Czech Republic). The conference will be organised by the Ministry for Regional Development of the Czech Republic in its capacity as project partner. Numerous representatives of regional institutes and organisations dealing with flood protection could be won over for the conference as speakers. For more information please visit OderRegio website: http://www.oderregio.org/


OderRegio Logo

Date 


30 March 2006 - 31 March 2006
Location
Ostrava (Czech Republic)
Participants:
Numerous representatives of regional institutes and organisations dealing with flood protection could be won over for the conference as speakers

Download
Invitation (DE)
Invitation (CZ)
Invitation (PL)
 
25 January 2006
Public presentation of the project HYDROCARE

The public presentation of the project HYDROCARE – Hydrological cycle of the CADSES regions will take place in Potsdam on Tuesday February 14th 2006 at 15.30 in the conference hall of Hotel Mercure (Lange Brücke, 14467 Potsdam, Germany, Tel :+49-331-2722 Fax : +49-331-2720233 E-mail : H1582@accor.com). Attendance will include representatives of the diplomatic bodies in Germany of the other 5 countries involved in the project, representatives of EU institutions, representatives of the INTERREG IIIB – CADSES programme, representatives of National German and Italian institutions, representatives of the Brandeburg Lander and of the city of Potsdam, as well as media professionals. The presentation is organized as follows: a one-hour session comprising brief speeches from representatives of some institutions and of the INTERREG IIIB – CADSES programme, presentation of the project by the Lead Partner, then a round-table discussion and finally a coffee-break.

Date 


14 February 2006
Location
Potsdam, Germany
Responsible:
Dr.Valerio Lucarini,
Technical Director of HYDROCARE
Tel: +39-3476141563
Email: valerio.lucarini@unicam.it
Download
Agenda
Press Release
 
05 January 2006
IMONODE project publication
IMONODE project has recently published a book "PROMOTING INTERMODAL FREIGHT TRANSPORT IN SOUTH EAST EUROPE".
This publication summarizes the analysis of the existing situation and first strategic results of the project.
The 1st part presents the results of the horizontal work of the project that concluded to three scenarios for Transport and Logistics Terminals network in CADSES area up to 2015. The 2nd part focuses on the presentation of the vertical project results regarding intermodal transport chains setup and operation in the future, realistic proposals for European policy formulation that support intermodality, specialized terminals development (perishable goods) guidelines, methodologies for regional transport and logistics terminals operation with the involvement of public and private actors, success cases of PPP schemes for regional transport and logistics infrastructure development.      
 
15 December 2005
CADSES Projects go on air!

Radio Lotte presents ongoing projects, its development and achievements.

From November 2005 to January 2006 several CADSES projects have been and will be broadcasted and made accessible to the public via the Internet Radio Lotte  in the framework of its project Radio Interreg. In a bi-monthly show professional journalists will interview projects delegates about objectives, ongoing activities and expected results of projects such as HERMES, LHASA, ELLA and others.

Thanks to the fact that Radio Lotte is live streamed via Internet, the radio magazine is accessible in the whole CADSES area. To be able to listen the show, follow the link www.radio-lotte.de and click livestream (on the top, left side). At the beginning the transmission will be in German, but the organizers are considering to translate it. The aim of this communication action is to present the projects from a journalistic view using the specific language of the radio (audio-interviews, words, and music) and so to improve the media profile of the projects. Thus, the benefit of transnational co-operation in the field of spatial development pursued by CADSES will be widely spread out and interest to be part of transnational project increased.

On the occasion of the 30 minutes magazine, the latest news on CADSES provided by the JTS will also be presented. Below please find the program noting the dates and times of the past and upcoming transmissions:

  • 18.11.2005 12.00 a.m. >  HERMES  
  • 02.12.2005 12.00 a.m. >  LHASA
  • 16.12.2005 12.00 a.m. >  ELLA 
  • January (exact date still not defined) REKULA / IDEQUA

Listen in the Interreg Radio following the link www.radio-lotte.de (live stream).

We look forward to having many more projects presented in the New Year starting with Rekula.


CADSES Projects on air
 
25 November 2005
EMBRACE Closing Conference

 

The closing conference of EMBRACE project will be held on Tuesday, December 6, 2005 in Thessaloniki, with the ultimate goal to communicate the experience and results gained from our project after one and a half year of implementation.

Date 


06 December 2005
Location
Thessaloniki, Greece
Responsible:
Melina Lazaropoulou
Strategy & Development Unit Manager
TREK Consulting SA
Tel. (0030) 210-69.96.157
Fax (0030) 210-69.95.450
e-mail: melina@trek.gr Programme of the Event
 
18 November 2005
GreenKeys Project:

The GreenKeys website is launched!
GreenKeys is proud to announce the launching of the project web site. The idea of having a web site was born during the kick-off meeting of the project in July 2005.

Besides the general information about the project’s goals and partners one can find there useful information and material concerning the green space development. There is an electronic library, the collection of good practice examples, an electronic glossary and the collection of interesting events and news. Everyone who is interested  can make contributions to these pages. The project’s team  encourages everyone who is interested to make contributions. The GreenKeys hopes that their web site can be a platform for exchanging knowledge.
The next project meeting will take place in April 2006 in Volos, Greece.

Further information is available on the GreenKeys website .


GreenKeys Logo
 
07 November 2005
I-Log Project:

The creation of the European logistic culture proceeds

The I-Log project aims at the creation of a Transnational European logistic culture, capable of identifying innovative logistic leverages, to be applied to different contexts. After the analysis and evaluation of the involved Local Productive Systems, the project is going forward to its next step and the experimentation phase has started. The innovative solutions will be implemented in the near future and presented at the final conference that will be held in Ancona, Italy in April 2006.
For further information, please visit the web site www.i-log.org


I-Log Logo
 
26 October 2005
ISA MAP WP2 Final Conference
The Friuli Venezia Giulia Region is pleased to invite everyone who is interested to Trieste, on the 27th October 2005, to the event: ISA MAP WP2 Final Conference Harmonisation of regional data resources for the cross-border spatial planning.The event is organised in the framework of activities jointly developed with Land Carinthia and the Republic of Slovenia. The forum will take place in Piazza della Borsa, Trieste. Please find the event agenda under download. Requests for the abstract: of the conference should be adressed to: pian.terr.eur@regione.fvg.it 

Date 


27 October 2005
Location
Trieste
Responsible:
Andrea Battistoni
Maico Centis
E-mail: pian.terr.eur@regione.fvg.it
Fax: ++39 040 3774110
Ph: ++39 040 3774816
Download
Invitation
Programme
Registration card
Scheda
 
26 October 2005
Kater- Conference: „All About Karst and Water“
The intention of the conference is an interdisciplinary exchange of experiences as well as raising awareness regarding decision making in the conflict area of land use, natural environment and water management in karstic regions.
The conference is the final part of the project Kater II – which is a project within the framework of the INTERREG IIIB CADSES programme and is supported by Means of the European Regional Development Funds (ERDF).
Principally, the project KATER II aims at safeguarding water supply and the required natural conditions of the catchment areas. The conflicts between often incompatible land-use activities by necessity lead to effects of high relevance for regional planning. For further information please see: www.kater2006.at

Date 


09 October 2006 - 11 October 2006
Location
Vienna
Download
First Announcement
 
12 October 2005
Invitation for the Regional forum on transport and logistics

The Transport Minister of Emilia-Romagna Region is pleased to invite everyone who is interested to Bologna, on the 25th October 2005, to the event: SAVINGS WITH LOGISTICS - POLICIES FOR SMEs Regional forum on transport and logistics: companies present best practices.
The event is organised within the I-Log Project (Industrial Logistics and intermodal transport for SMEs' development - EU Initiative Interreg IIIB CADSES ) in cooperation with: Marche Region, Bologna Province, Fondazione Istituto sui Trasporti e la Logistica (ITL), Confindustria Emilia-Romagna, Unionapi Emilia-Romagna, CNA Emilia-Romagna. The forum will take place in Sala Polivalente del Consiglio, Regione Emilia-Romagna, Viale Aldo Moro 50. Please find the event agenda under download and confirm your participation to: cosmo@regione.emilia-romagna.it 

Date 


25 October 2005
Location
Bologna
Responsible:
Paola Pacini, Viale Aldo Moro 38, 40127 Bologna, phone +39 051 283704/283431, fax +39 051 283169
e-mail: cosmo@regione.emilia-romagna.it
Download
Agenda (eng)
Agenda (it)
 
12 October 2005
Transnational Conference on creating new river areas
The Bavarian water supply and distribution organises within the INTERREG III B CADSES ILUP project (Integrated Land Use and River Basin Management) the transnational conference on creating new river areas. The event will take place in Pfarrkirchen/ Germany. The agenda and the registration form (only in German) are available under download.

Date 


07 November 2005 - 09 November 2005
Location
Pfarrkirchen
Download
Agenda, Registration form (germ)
 
11 October 2005
Final IMONODE Conference
The IMONODE Project Coordination invites to the Final IMONODE Conference entitled: «Development of Transport and Logistics Terminals and intermodal operations in SE Europe». The event will take place on the 21st of October 2005 and will be hosted by the Hellenic Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications 2, Anastaseos str. and Tsigante str. 10191 Holargos, Athens. For the final agenda and registration form please see downloads.

IMONODE Project

Date 


21 October 2005
Location
Athens
Responsible:
Prof. G.A.Giannopoulos
IMONODE Project Coordinator
Director, Hellenic Institute of Transport
National Center for Research and Development
Download
Final Agenda
Registration form
 
27 September 2005
Final seminar of LOTO project
IREALP organizes, for the "General Office for the Territorial and Urban Planning" of Lombardy Region, the final seminar of LOTO project. The seminar "Guidelines for the landscape management of the territorial transformations" will be held in Milan on October, 6 and 7th 2005. The seminar's attendance is free. For more detailed information about the seminar please see the handbook and the invitation which you can find under downloads. If you like to attend the event, please complete the enclosed  form (see also downloads) and  send it to LOTO Organizing staff by email to info@irealp.it or by fax to (+39)02.6797.16200 not later than 30th September 2005. For more information please see http://www.irealp.it - LOTO section.

Date 


06 October 2005 - 07 October 2005
Location
Milan
Responsible:
IREALP - Research Institute for the Ecology and the Economy applied to
Alpine Areas
Download
Invitation
Handbook
Application form
 
27 September 2005
EMBRACE conference

The EMBRACE Consortium organizes the conference entitled “Entrepreneurship in the Information and Knowledge Society: Innovative Tools for Supporting SMEs” in Thessaloniki. The event aims to familiarize stakeholders and SMEs with the developed EMBRACE Portal, an innovative tool providing support to SMEs, as well as to raise the awareness of both groups on the benefits delivered by ICT.
The event will be held on Wednesday 5th of October 2005, 10h00, at the Lectures Hall of the Thessaloniki Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
For further information: Invitation and Programme, Registration Form, Map of the Venue - please see downloads.


embrace Project

Date 


05 October 2005
Location
Thessaloniki
Download
Invitation & Programme
Registration
Map of the Venue
 
12 September 2005
Second HERMES symposium

The second HERMES symposium on 'Practical Aspects of Cultural Heritage - promotion, utilization, and its consequences' will take place at Radio Kraków (Poland) on 28/29 OCTOBER 2005. Participants can be registed until 16 September 2005. Please download the up- dated version of the Call for Papers for more detailed information about the event.

Date 


28 October 2005 - 29 October 2005
Location
Kraków (Poland)
Download
Call for Papers
 
12 September 2005
CARE Project - Accessible Cities of European Regions

"So far CARE – Accessible Cities of European Regions has reached outstanding results in the field of accessible tourism. These results include: development of an European level exhaustive analysis of tourists and residents with special needs; definition of a unified CARE methodology for defining the accessibility of tourist resorts, to the building of a European network of cities with accessible tourism itineraries, up to the sharing of adequate practices to interact with the world of sabled people." (source: press release from CARE project)

You can find all that has been developed so far, the pilot projects, the information on partners involved and other news on the world of accessible tourism on www.interreg-care.org; the site has been built in compliance with the European standards of accessibility and approved by the W3C international consortium. For further information you may contact info@interreg-care.org


CARE Project
 
01 September 2005
ADRI.FISH. Project – Final Conference
The ADRI.FISH Final Conference will be held in Venice – Italy on September 23-24, 2005.
Please download the Invitation Leaflet and the Registration Form of the meeting
For more information, please visit the ADRI.FISH. website www.adrifish.org.
It is foreseen that representatives of the European Commission - DG Fisheries and Maritime Affairs and of the Ministry of Fishery from Italy, Croatia and Slovenia will participate.
 

Date 


23 September 2005 - 24 September 2005
Location
Venice, Italy
Download
ADRIFISH-INVITATION
ADRIFISH-REGISTRATION FORM
 
01 September 2005
CER²-Project - European Conference and Cooperation Exchange on Sustainable Energy Systems for Building and Regions 2005

In the context of the CER²-project, arsenal research hosts the "European Conference and Cooperation Exchange on Sustainable Energy Systems for Building and Regions" together with the FFG (IRC), the Austrian Energy Agency, Energiesysteme der Zunkunft and various other partners.
http://www.irca.at/energy

Date 


05 October 2005 - 08 October 2005
Location
Vienna
Download
Conference Programm Vienna
 
27 July 2005
CITY PORTS Project – Interim Report
 This publication, first in the series on European Projects managed by the Transport Planning and Logistics Department, aims at describing and disseminating the approach developed and used within the City Ports project and the project’s pilot actions, together with similar actions undertaken in other cities in Emilia-Romagna.
 
27 June 2005
TRANSROMANICA project - Congress in Magdeburg
CADSES TRANSROMANICA project is planning to organise a congress on „Cultural Heritage and Cultural Tourism Development” in Magdeburg from September 1 to 3, 2005. Five destinations – Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia in Germany, the Province of Modena in Italy, Carinthia in Austria and Slovenia – cooperate to build up the first network of the Romanesque heritage in Europe. This transnational project aims at reinforcing sustainable regional development and promoting spatial cohesion through cultural tourism on the common basis of European heritage of the Romanesque. The congress will bring together professionals and academics from France, Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Great Britain, Spain and Germany to an interdisciplinary exchange of know-how and experiences in order to improve the preservation of the cultural heritage and the tourism site management.

Date 


01 September 2005 - 03 September 2005
Location
Magdeburg
Download
Invitation
 
27 June 2005
ITER Project - Final Conference
 The CADSES ITER Project organises its final conference in Bologna on 17 June 2005. The objective of the ITER project was to establish precise steps towards protecting and enhancing historic spas as one of the most significant examples of integration between cultural ensembles and landscape in an area streching from Emilia-Romagna to Macedonia - Tracia, through Austria, Hungaria, Romania, Bulgaria and Greece.
 
01 June 2005
CADSES Project CITY PORTS final conference
 CADSES Project CITY PORTS is organising its final conference in Bologna, Italy on 13-14 June, 2005.
Please find the programme and registration form under  http://www.cityports.net/BolognaFC.htm

Date 


13 June 2005 - 14 June 2005
Location
Bologna (IT)
 
15 April 2005
Umbrella Initiative RIVERS NEED SPACE - Documentation
 RIVERS NEED SPACE is the Umbrella Initiative of about 14 INTERREG III B flood protection related projects of the CADSES, Alpine Space and North West Europe Programme. Its initial public conference took place in Munich on 18 January 2005. On this occasion the participants agreed on a Common Statement reflecting the intention and objectives of the Umbrella Initiative and the improved cooperation of the involved projects. It is also possible to download the Final Brochure.
Please also notice that further information about the Umbrella Initiative RIVERS NEED SPACE is available on the project SUMAD website (www.sumad.org)
 
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