A new ADRION publication is out!

A first overview of our capitalisation achievements directly form the voices of our Thematic Cluster Coordinators and much more…

A new ADRION publication on the achievements of its capitalisation process has just been released. The publication presents the work carried out by the ADRION Thematic Clusters, the joint initiatives and actions that have been put in place by the projects. This very first experience promoted by the Programme received very positive feed-backs,  all Cluster’s coordinators highlighted its added value in terms of knowledge sharing and exchange of good practices.

“Working together as a Thematic Cluster offered to all the participants extended knowledge on the same wider topic but from different views, information exchange at a wider scale, excellent networking experience – fresher and bolder ideas”

Maria Morfoulaki, ADRION Thematic Cluster on Urban and Interurban LowCarbon Intermodal Mobility for Passengers

The publication includes also contributions from the Euroepan Commission, the Managing Authority and several ADRION Partner States. The Programme’s governamental bodies stressed the importance of collaboration within the Adriatic-Ionian region to facilitate the EU integration process and the factual implementation of EU policies.

“Being a bridge between the EU and the Western Balkans, ADRION plays a significant role in the support to the enlargement process”

Jean Pierre Halkin, Head of Unit, Directorate General for Regional and Urban Policy (DG Regio)

Moreover, highlights from the funded projects, provides the reader with an overview on the whole funding scheme of the Programme which supports the development of innovatve and sustainable solutions to global challenges.

“It is fundamental for viticulturists to participate in the ECOVINEGOALS project. Our farmers are very enthusiastic about acquiring skills and knowledge of agroecological approaches. Moreover, we believe that ECOVINEGOALS, by supporting the principles of respect and enhancement of the local environment and ecological specificities of viticulture, will greatly benefit the whole territory”
Daniele Piccinin, ECOVINEGOALS project

If you want to learn more about the Programme achievements, click on the publication here below