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1 The European Territorial Co-operation Objective cooperation experiences and new proposals Milano Marittima – Cervia, 28 th May 2010 European Conference Regions and local administrations give their contribution for peace and cooperation in the Adriatic area and Europe

2 - 52 cross-border co-operation programmes along internal EU borders + 10 cross-border cooperation programmes under the Instrument for Pre-Accession - 13 transnational co-operation programmes cover larger areas of co- operation such as the Baltic Sea, Alpine and Mediterranean regions - The interregional co-operation programme (INTERREG IVC) and 3 networking programmes (Urbact II, Interact II and ESPON) cover all 27 Member States of the EU Cohesion policy encourages regions and cities from different EU and non EU MS to work together and learn from each other through joint programmes, projects and networks. In the period the EU Territorial Co-operation objective (formerly the INTERREG Community Initiative) covers three types of programmes Overview on Territorial Co-operation Programmes

3 Transnational co-operation programmes Austria: Burgenland, Kärnten, Niederösterreich, Oberösterreich, Salzburg, Steiermark, Tirol, Vorarlberg, Wien Czech Republic: Jihovychod, Jihozapad, Moravskoslezsko, Praha, Severozapad, Severovychod, Stredni Cechy, Stredni Morava Germany: Baden-Württemberg, Bayern, Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Sachsen, Sachsen-Anhalt, Thüringen Hungary: Del-Dunantul, Del-Alfold,Eszak-Alfold, Eszak-Magyarorszag, Kozep-Dunantul, Kozep- Magyarorszag, Nyugat-Dunantul Italy: Emilia-Romagna, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Liguria, Lombardia, Piemonte, Provincia Autonoma Bolzano/Bozen, Provincia Autonoma Trento, Valle d'Aosta/Vallée d'Aoste, Veneto Poland: Dolnoslaskie, Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Lubelskie, Lubuskie, Lodzkie, Malopolskie, Mazowieckie, Opolskie, Podkarpackie, Podlaskie, Pomorskie, Slaskie, Swietokrzyskie, Warminsko- Mazurskie, Wielkopolskie, Zachodniopomorskie Slovak Republic: Bratislavsky, Stredne Slovensko, Vychodne Slovensko, Zapadne Slovensko Slovenia: The entire country (Ukraine: Chernivtsi, Ivano-Frankivsk, Volyn, Lviv, Zakarpattia)

4 Transnational co-operation programmes BICY - Cities & Regions of bicycles AoI 2.3 Promoting Sustainable and Safe Mobility – 2 nd call (2009) PARTNERSHIP: Province of Ferrara (LP) - IT Province of Ravenna – IT DISTART-Institute of Transportation Engineering- University of Bologna - IT Kosice Self-Governing Region – SK Local Government Budaörs – HU Regional Development Centre of Koper – SI FGM-AMOR Austrian Mobility Research – AT BICYCLE developement project bicycle club – AT Municipality of Velenje – SI European Development Agency CR – CZ Europa Programme Centre - DE OBJECTIVE: The still increasing private motorisation results in unsustainable traffic congestion and air pollution cities and regions of central Europe. By designing and implementing trans-national, cross-border and national strategies the EU-Project BICY aims to achieve a widespread modal shift towards cycling and walking to improve the quality of life and reduce pollution. DURATION: 36 months BUDGET: about 2 MIL Under the 3 rd call (2010) nr. 4 proposals are under assessment on the themes of: culture, environment preservation, renewable energy, competitiveness/innovation

5 Transnational co-operation programmes ERDF Austria: Whole territory Bulgaria: Whole territory Greece: Whole territory Hungary: Whole territory Italy: Regions: Lombardia, Prov Autonoma Bolzano/Bozen, Prov. Autonoma Trento, Veneto, Friuli-Venezia- Giulia, Emilia Romagna, Umbria, Marche, Abruzzo, Molise, Puglia Basilicata Romania: Whole territory Slovakia: Whole territory Slovenia: Whole territory IPA Albania: Whole territory Bosnia-Herzegovina: Whole territory Croatia: Whole territory FYROM: Whole territory Montenegro: Whole territory Serbia: Whole territory ENPI Republic of Moldova: Whole territory Ukraine: Chernivetska Oblast, Ivano- Frankiviska, Oblast, Zakarpatska Oblast, Odessa Oblast

6 Transnational co-operation programmes BE-NATUR BEtter management and implementation of NATURa 2000 sites 2 nd call AoI 2.3: Promote cooperation in management of natural assets and protected areas Invited to the second step application PARTNERSHIP Nimfea Environment and Nature Conservation Association (LP) – HU Province of Ravenna – IT Consortium of Management of Torre Guaceto - IT Agricultural Research and Education Centre Raumberg- Gumpenstein - AT University of Klagenfurt – AT Development Agency for South Epirus-Amvrakikos – GR Strandja Nature Park Directorate – BG Veneto Region – Regional Secretary for Environment and Territory – IT Danube Delta National Institute for Research and Development - RO Timis County Council – RO Lake Balaton Development Coordination Agency – HU City of Cacak - SER OBJECTIVE BE-NATUR aims at favouring the better management and implementation of Nature 2000 sites in the SEE eco-regions, focussing in particular on wetlands (rivers, lakes, coastal shores). The exchange of knowledge and best practices within the consortium will be the basis for the definition of joint transnational action plans for the conservation of species and habitats common to the PP areas, to concretely implement the EU legislative framework DURATION: 36 months BUDGET: about 2,6 MIL euro

7 Transnational co-operation programmes Cyprus: the entire country France: Corse, Languedoc- Roussillon, Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur, Rhône-Alpes Greece: the entire country Italy: Abruzzo, Apulia, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Emilia- Romagna, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Lazio, Liguria, Lombardy, Marche, Molise, Umbria, Piedmonte, Sardinia, Sicily, Tuscany, Veneto. Malta: the entire country Portugal: Algarve, Alentejo Slovenia: the entire country Spain: Regions of Andalusia, Aragon, Catalonia, Balearic islands, Murcia, Valencia, and cities of Ceuta and Melill United-Kingdom: Gibraltar IPA: Crioatia and Montenegro

8 Transnational co-operation programmes IRH-Med - Innovative Residential Housing for the Mediterranean Objective 1.1: Dissemination of innovative technologies and know-how (2 nd call 2009) PARTNERSHIP COPCA - Consortium for the Commercial Promotion of Catalonia (LP) – ES Province of Ravenna – IT Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving – GR Consorzio Nazionale Casa Qualità – IT Sicilian Region -Planning Department – IT CCIMP Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Marseille – FR Department of Environment and Housing – ES Bâtiments Durables Méditerranéens PRIDES BDM – FR Municipality of Kallithea – GR Energy Institute Hrvoje Pozar (EIHP) - CRO OBJECTIVE Developing new solutions geared at achieving sustainable development, taking into consideration environmental, energy, socio-economic and cultural issues. Herein, the IRH-Med points out and advances paths and sustainable solutions in Residential buildings. DURATION: 30 months BUDGET: about 1 MIL euro

9 Interregional co-operation programme - Partners from EU Member States - Partners from Norway and Switzerland can make use of the respective allocations of Norwegian/Swiss funding in the programme.

10 Interregional co-operation programme WICO – Wind of the coast Sub-project POWER Programme (1 st call 2009) 2.1 Theme: Renewable Energy PARTNERSHIP Province of Ravenna (LP) – IT Marine South East – UK Province of Huelva - ES DURATION: 26 months BUDGET: about euro OBJECTIVE to favour the application of small wind systems along coastlines by working out specific guidelines as transferrable tool to allow both the sharing of technical information on new generation systems and the knowledge required to knock down barriers to wider use of this technology (policies, economic viability of applications, financial incentive systems, awareness, etc.). WICO - Wind of the coast has been endorsed by the European Commission's Sustainable Energy Europe Campaign as an Official Partner

11 Cross-border co-operation programmes

12 Strategic projects Nr. 10 presented – Nr. 3 approved: 1)SLOWTOURISM – LP DELTA 2000 Soc. Cons a r.l. - IT (27 PP) To promote and enhance the slow tourism in Italian and Slovenian areas characterised by outstanding environment Duration 36 months Budget about 3,6 MIL euro 2) CLIMAPARKS – LP Triglav National Park – SI (8 PP) Monitoring and study the effects of climate changes on biodiversity in the involved natural parks and planning of management systems Duration 42 months Budget about 3,2 MIL euro 3) E-HEALTH – LP Direzione centrale organizzazione, personale e sistemi informativi Reg. FVG – IT (PP 16) Realisation of a health network (e-health) favouring the contacts among users, doctors, health districts Duration 36 months Budget about 3 MIL euro

13 Cross-border co-operation programmes Standard projects Nr. 14 presented (still under evaluation) on the following themes: 1)Renewable energy 2)Competitiveness/innovation and sustainable development 3)Waste management 4)Social and cultural integration 5)Enhancement of typical products and traditions

14 Cross-border co-operation programmes Italy: provinces of Pescara, Teramo, Chieti, Ferrara, Forlì- Cesena, Rimini, Ravenna (Emilia Romagna), Trieste, Gorizia, Udine, Pesaro-Urbino, Ancona, Macerata, Ascoli Piceno, Campobasso, Foggia, Bari, Brindisi, Lecce, Venezia, Rovigo, Padova. Derogation LAquila, Pordenone, Isernia and Taranto. Slovenia: Obalno-kraška regija. Derogation Notranjsko-kraška and Goriška. Greece: Prefectures of Kerkyra and Thesprotia. Croatia: Dubrovnik- Neretva, Istra;Lika-Senj; Primorje-Gorski kotar; Šibenik-Knin; Split-Dalmatia and Zadar. Derogation applies in Croatia to the County of Karlovac. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Municipalities of Bileća, Čapljina, Čitluk, Gacko, Grude, Jablanica, Konjic, Kupres, Livno, Ljubinje, Ljubuški, Mostar, Neum, Nevesinje, Posušje, Prozor/Rama, Ravno, Široki Brijeg, Stolac, Berkovići, Tomislavgrad, Trebinje and Istočni Mostar. Derogation Sarajevo Economic Region, North-West Economic Region, and Central BiH Economic Region. Montenegro: Municipalities of Bar, Budva, Cetinje, Danilovgrad, Herceg Novi, Kotor, Nikšić, Podgorica, Tivat and Ulcinj. Derogation applies in Montenegro to the municipalities of Pljevlja, Bijelo Polje, Berane, Rožaje, Plav, Andrijevica, Kolašin, Mojkovac, Šavnik, Žabljak and Plužine. Albania: Prefectures of Fier, Durrës, Lezhë, Shkodër, Tiranë and Vlorë. Serbia has been granted a phasing out participation in the IPA Adriatic Cross-Border Cooperation Programme until 2012 included.

15 Cross-border co-operation programmes Standard projects Nr. 9 presented under 1° call – Nr. 6 under quality assessment Priority 1: Economic, Social and Institutional Cooperation Measure 1.1 Research and Innovation OBJECTIVE: establishment of an innovative model for the strengthening of the sustainable development capacity of the Adriatic area according to the vocations of the individual partner countries and the priorities of the Lisbon and Gothenburg Agendas. The project idea is based on the common awareness on facilitating knowledge transfer processes, sharing good practices and improving local excellence. The model and the planned actions will define an Adriatic Platform for eco-innovation" consisting of three Innovation Pols (Cluster) and cross- border/cross sectorial bodies: - Cluster of productive local systems - Knowledge Cluster - Cluster of institutions IN-TeAM – Adriatic-Mediterranean Territory Innovation PARTNERSHIP: Abruzzo Region Economic Develop. Dept. – LP Abruzzo Region Development Agency Province of Ravenna Eurobic Abruzzo and Molise S.p.a TERRE PESCARESI Limited Liability Union Informest Puglia Region – Mediterranean Department Molise Region Ministry of Economy – Montenegro Federal Ministry of Development, Entrepreneurship and Craft – BiH Duration 36 months Budget about 3,5 MIL euro

16 Cross-border co-operation programmes Priority 2: Natural and cultural Resources and Risk Prevention Measure 2.3: Energy saving and renewable energy resources OBJECTIVE: To identify feasible and highly exploitable energy policies and to promote the energy self-sufficiency for the development of the Adriatic region, paying special attention to the renewable energy sources Selfenergy – Saving Energy in the adriatic area through the deveLopment oF innovative and renewable ENERGY sources PARTNERSHIP: Provnce of Pescara – LP Provinces of Ravenna, Ferrara, Pordenone Arco Adriatico Ionico Corfù Prefecture - GR Valona Development Agency - ALB Irene Energy Agency - CRO Montenegro Economic Ministry - Montenegro Bihac Development Agency– BiH Regional Development Agency Koper – SI Duration 36 months Budget about 2,6 MIL euro OBJECTIVE: To test and favour the application of offshore wind energy in the Adriatic area as renewable energy alternative to fossil fuel POWERED – Project of Offshore Wind Energy: Research, Experimentation, Development PARTNERSHIP: Abruzzo Region – LP Province of Ravenna Regions of Friuli Venezia Giulia, Marche, Molise Politecnic University of Marche CETMA, Micoperi srl, Italian Ministry of Environment Albanian Ministry of Environment Ministry of Economy of Montenegro; Prefecture of Corfù - GR Duration 36 months Budget about 4,5 MIL euro

17 Cross-border co-operation programmes Priority 2: Natural and cultural Resources and Risk Prevention Measure 2.4: Sustainable tourism OBJECTIVE: promotion and enhancement of the cultural heritage for tourism purpose with specific focus on ancient villages centres, castles, historical buildings Adristorical lands – history, culture, tourism, arts and ancient crafts in the european adriatic territory PARTNERSHIP: Molise Region - LP Province of Ravenna, Regions of Veneto, Abruzzo, Marche Associazione Città Murate Province of Bari Informest Associazione Le Marche Segrete Onlus Associazione città murate di Pirano /Museo del Mare di Pirano - SI County of Split-Dalmatia – CRO Ministri of Culture of Montenegro Hercegovina Canton Duration 36 months Budget about 3,9 MIL euro

18 Cross-border co-operation programmes Priority 3: Accessibility and Networks Measure 3.2: Sustainable Mobility Systems OBJECTIVE: The project is aimed at favouring the development of sustainable transport system along and between the Adriatic coasts as well as their inlands, through the enhancement of maritime transport combined with other means such as bike, train and bus. The general goal is to structure and develop an infra- Adriatic system to allow and encourage the use of means of transport alternative to car ADRIMOB - Sustainable coast MOBility in the ADRIatic area PARTNERSHIP: Province of Ravenna - LP Provincia di Brindisi, Provinces of Pesaro e Urbino, Pescara, Venezia, Municipality of Cesenatico, Port Authority of Bari Port Authority of Bar - Montenegro Province of Thesprotia – Igoumenitsa – GR Shortsea Shipping Centre – CRO Municipalities of Rovinj and Rab - CRO Slovenian Ministry of Transport City of Durres - ALB Associated Partners: ITL- Ravenna Croatian Ministry of Transport Primorsko-Goranska County - CRO Duration 36 months Budget about 2,9 MIL euro

19 Cross-border co-operation programmes Priority 3: Accessibility and Networks Measure 3.1: Physical infrastructures OBJECTIVE: harmonize the security standards of the airports themselves with the best practices and facilities implemented at the main European terminals, to investigate the market potential of the Adriatic airports ICARO – InterConnection AiRports Operability PARTNERSHIP: Province of Forlì-Cesena – LP Province of Ravenna Chamber of Commerce of Forlì-Cesena, Engeneering Faculty of the Univ. of Bologna Province of Brindisi Portorose airport - CRO Municipality of Dubrovnik - CRO LIR- Banja Luka - BiH Tivat – Eko Centar Delfin – Montenegro Ministry of Transport of Montenegro Chamber of Commerce of Tirana - ALB Duration 30 months Budget about 2,8 MIL euro

20 New ideas for 2° call of IPA Adriatic Programme Adriatic Salt Pans: an important resource for environment, economy, tourism and cultural heritage Priority 2: Natural and cultural resources and risk prevention Measure 2.2.: Natural and cultural heritage management and prevention of natural and technological risks; or Measure 2.4.: Sustainable tourism Framework: The Town of Cervia is known, besides as important seaside resort, as ancient Salt Town. The white gold production, probably started in the Etruscan period, became very active from the 10th Century and had a strategic role in the social, urban and architectural development of the Town. A large number of towns and cities all over Europe and along the Adriatic coasts had similar historical and social experiences during the ages. Salt pans represent a very important resource not only for the environment, but also for the cultural and touristic development. They have to be considered a cultural and environmental resource of excellence.

21 Adriatic Salt Pans: an important resource for environment, economy, tourism and cultural heritage OBJECTIVES: The project aims therefore at promoting a cross-border cooperation for the protection and valorisation of the Adriatic Salt pans, with the scope to develop and promote a new touristic offer linked to the salt production and its ancient culture and tradition To create a new touristic offer linked to the salt production and its traditions and culture; To create innovative tools to improve the touristic sustainable fruition of salt pans (i.e. using ecological/electric transports: boats, bikes, train, etc…); To prevent and efficaciously manage the anthropic and natural risks affecting the fruition of salt pans; To promote the touristic offer of towns and salt pans; To realize courses for salt-workers New ideas for 2° call of IPA Adriatic Programme

22 Theme: innovative promotion and fruition of routes dedicated to cultural tourism OBJECTIVES: - To adapt the services (culture, tourism and other public services to citizens) to the needs of targets to favour greater autonomy in searching information. - To provide innovative services based on a user-driven approach, involving users in the implementation and improvement of services. - To promote the strategic town planning as main factor in the urban planning, to manage policies, methods and contents of services supply/demand for targets - To enhance tourism in the processes of economic and cultural integration at international level with the opportunity to spread the promotion of local social identities in each urban context of partners involved in the project, through active participation of the tourists and residents. Priority 2: Natural and cultural resources and risk prevention Measure 2.4.: Sustainable tourism New ideas for 2° call of IPA Adriatic Programme

23 Theme: innovative promotion and fruition of routes dedicated to cultural tourism POSSIBLE ACTIONS: To realize an innovative internet service for the promotion and fruition of routes dedicated to cultural tourism or other urban services, by using combined technologies to serve two different levels of consultation information: - Integrated Web platform with general contents (cultural, tourist, commercial, institutional, environmental,....) and some multimedia stations placed in strategic points of the city. - Pilot project for smart guides on palmtop. The "smart guides" through a specific navigation system allowing users to easily locate points of interest within an instrumented area. Thanks to the palmtop tourists receive an alert when they meet points of particular interest and the palmtop provide all information relating to the place. Tourists are not obliged to follow a predefined route but can move freely within the space facilities like in a real open air museum. The path can be made accessible also by Internet New ideas for 2° call of IPA Adriatic Programme

24 Theme: enhancement and promotion of the Adriatic archaeological sites OBJECTIVES: - To enhance and improve the archaeological excellences of the Adriatic area through the development of common quality standard and the use of innovative technologies - to create and promote a network of the Adriatic archaeological sites of excellence - to improve the management standards and the cooperation among the institutional bodies - to promote the use of innovative technologies both for conservation and promotion purposes - to create new opportunities of knowledge, integration and exchange of experience Priority 2: Natural and cultural resources and risk prevention Measure 2.4.: Sustainable tourism New ideas for 2° call of IPA Adriatic Programme

25 Theme: enhancement and promotion of the Adriatic archaeological sites POSSIBLE ACTIONS: -Exchange of knowledge and experiences on the methods of preservation of archaeological findings and sites management aimed at the definition of common standards and plans for a better management of archaeological sites - definition of methodologies and guidelines for the promotion of the archaeological sites according to innovative technologies, both for tourism purposes and culture promotion - definition of common itineraries of the Adriatic archaeological sites of excellence -Definition of a common marketing and promotion strategy New ideas for 2° call of IPA Adriatic Programme

26 THANK YOU FOR THE ATTENTION!!!! For further information Simona Melchiorri European Policies Dept. Province of Ravenna Tel

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