The 2022 edition of the Barcolana Sea Summit organised in Trieste on 5-7 October looks at the need for a holistic and integrated approach to face the complexity of ensuring the sustainability of the Mediterranean - thus putting international cooperation, support to science and technology safeguarding the Mediterranean, and the role of businesses and institutions first-place.
At the press conference for the launch of the Barcolana Sea Summit, taking place in Trieste at the beginning of October, the NAMIRS project was presented as one of the major joint initiatives for the protection and safeguarding of the sea as a common resource.
On the occasion the Italian Research Day in the World, the Italian Embassy in Slovenia, invited the NAMIRS Project partner OGS as a speaker, to discuss cross- border cooperation in the field of research in the North Adriatic.
Today, 31 March, the CEI Executive Secretariat (CEI-ES) organised a press conference in order to present the recently launched CEI – led project NAMIRS- North Adriatic Maritime Incident Response System co-financed by the European Commission (DG ECHO) in the framework of the Union Civil Protection Mechanism.
The recently approved and CEI-led NAMIRS project kicked off its activities with a first online consortium meeting on 10 March, setting the ground for collaboration between seven partners from Italy, Croatia and Slovenia.