In Antwerp, Belgium, on 9-10, the Interreg Project ACSELL held a two-day workshop on the Living Lab methodology— led by LiCalab, a research group of the Thomas More University of Applied Sciences assisting busin
From 8 to 10 November the CEI-Executive Secretariat represented the SUSTOURISMO (Sustainable Tourism and Mobility Hand by Hand Development) and MIMOSA (Maritime and Multimodal Sustainable Passenger transport solutions and services) projects at the ECOMONDO Green Technology Expo organised by the Italian Exhibition Group in Rimini.
On 25 October, BIOLOC partners gathered in Brussels to officially kick off their project. On this occasion, the partnership fine-tuned project activities that aim to advance the role and impact of social innovation to revitalise European local communities and accelerate the transition to the circular bioeconomy (CBE).
On 14 October, the University of Ca Foscari in Venice, a partner of the MIMOSA project, presented the main achievements related to the improvement of cross-border connections between Italy and Croatia as well as studies performed in the framework of the project to reduce the carbon footprint and incentive Intermodality.
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.
On 23 September, the Consortium of the CEI-led project NAMIRS gathered in Portoroz, Slovenia to examine the state-of-play of ongoing and future project activities, six months after its kick-off.
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 8 September, the CEI-Executive Secretariat co-organised the event “Smart Living Environments for Active Ageing” in the context of the EU-funded project ACSELL - ACCelerating SmE innovation capacities with a Living Lab approach.
Thanks to funds for international cooperation amounting to EUR 73,400 made available by the Friuli Venezia Giulia Autonomous Region and administered by the CEI-Executive Secretariat, the AVSI Foundation will contribute to alleviating the humanitarian emergency in Ukraine.
The 4th seminar of the cycle of meetings on “Green Jobs” took place at the CEI headquarters, with the support of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Autonomous Region (FVGAR) and that of the MARE FVG.
After almost two years of virtual meetings due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, on 12-13 July the Consortium of the project SUSTOURISMO Sustainable Tourism & Mobility Hand-by-Hand development met in Berat (Albania) to discuss and evaluate the progress of project activities. Project partners presen
The 3rd event of the cycle of seminars on Green and Digital Transition organised by C