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.
NAMIRS - North Adriatic Maritime Incident Response System, co-financed by the European Commission in the framework of the Union Civil Protection Mechanism, aims to provide a coordinated cross-border response to emergencies at sea. Its strategic approach will be showcased in a panel where relevant institutions will debate the importance of cross-border cooperation in addressing the environmental challenges common to the three countries involved in the project: Italy, Croatia, and Slovenia.
From 5 to 7 October the theme of sustainability as a complex system will be central at the Sea Summit: all scientific actors and competent institutions must be connected to properly face common challenges within the framework of a complex system calling for coordinated and interlinked actions.
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