Next 26 and 27 September Trieste hosts the International Conference on culture and creativity policies, final event of Interreg MED project, ChIMERA, in which Informest has supported the lead partner, the General Directorate for Culture and Sport of Friuli Venezia Giulia Autonomous Region.

 

The second meeting of the RESPONSe project  was held on July 10 in Zagreb, Croatia. Informest participates in the project, which kicked off in January, as Lead Partner. In the past months the project partners have been focusing on the collection of atmospheric and oceanographic data in their areas, in order to fully understand how temperatures and rainfalls are changing, what the trends in the past 30 years have been and what we can expect in the future. The meeting held in Zagreb, hosted by the Hrvoje Požar Energy Institute, was the opportunity to analyse the first collected data and to take stock of the missing ones. Furthermore project partners discussed the way local authorities will be able to use the data in order to programme in the best possible way planning measures in their territories.

 

It was held last 25th July in Mtskheta (Georgia), at National Intellectual Property Center of Georgia - Sakpatenti, second meeting of the Twinning project coordinated by Italian Ministry of Agricultural, Food, Forestry and Tourism Policies (MiPAAFT) - Department of the Central Inspectorate for Quality Safeguarding and Anti-frauds of Foodstuffs and Agricultural Products (ICQRF), with support of Informest for financial and administrative management.

 

The next meeting of the CRE:HUB project partners will take place on 25 and 26 July 2019 in Székesfehérvár and it is organized by Central Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency.

The first day will start with a partner meeting to discuss about the improvement of actions plans in each region involved and future commitments of the CRE:HUB Project.

 

The third meeting  of the Transnational of Blue Energy Laboratory (TBEL) was held from June 5 to 7 in Thessaloniki, Greece. The event, organized by the Technical University of Thessaloniki as part of the MAESTRALE project, was an opportunity to discuss the state-of-art and the implementation of blue energies in the Mediterranean area and to present the pilot projects implemented by the project partners.  

 

A study visit by a Libyan delegation from the fisheries sector, to which Informest participates as a co-organizer, is started yesterday from Vigo (Galicia, Spain). The study visit to one of the most important European realities for the fishing and mariculture sector constitutes the natural continuation of the PathDev project, dedicated to supporting the Libyan municipalities for the revival of the fisheries sector and enhances the cooperation between the two European regions, Friuli Venezia Giulia and Galicia, strongly active in the Committee of European Regions, which gave life to the Nicosia Initiative to support Libyan municipalities. 

 

Following a public selection, the Administrative Board of Informest has appointed dr. Ivan Curzolo as Director of the Agency for Development and International Economic Cooperation of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region. Dr. Curzolo begins his mandate from today’s date, for a period of three years. Born in 1974, graduate in Law, expert on European programs and projects, Ivan Curzolo started his professional activity collaborating with several consulting firms, both in Italy and abroad. 

 

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