Nine scientific contributions were presented during the second workshop of the project “ENvironmental Impact assessment of the Kozuf metalloGenic district in southern MAcedonia in relation to groundwater resources, surface waters, soils and socio-economic consequences (ENIGMA)”, successfully held in Prague on 16 May 2014.
In the framework of the project “Application of open source software and methods for territorial analysis and sustainable use of natural resources in Belarus” two advanced training sessions for Belarusian officials were held in Turin (1-4 April 2014) and Trieste (7-10 April 2014).
In the framework of the project “Smallholders Farmers’ Access to Markets in Eastern and Northern Bosnia-Herzegovina and Northern Albania” a series of trainings for representatives of farmers' associations and municipal officials were held in Bosnia and Herzegovina on 8 April 2014 (in Foca and Gorazde) and on 23 April 2014 (in Bratunac and Posavina).
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