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moting the ecological network in the European Green Belt (Greennet)

Start date: Mar 31, 2011, End date: Mar 30, 2014,

During the last century and over decades Central Europe was divided by an insuperable border called the Iron Curtain. Especially the eastern side of the former border was extremely sparsely populated and the border zone itself was left completely unsettled. Since the fall of the Iron Curtain in the late 1980s and the reunion of Eastern and Western Europe this former border area now runs like a Gre ...
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... r stable and long-term income from tourism. Sector-specific modules for gardeners, constructors, handcraft and tourism staff will be offered as post-graduate programme for professionals and an online university course for landscape architects. To root the project in the regions, workshops on conservatory aspects and concrete regional tourism aspects will be held, integrating the urban/regional/ en ...
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Unique cultural landscapes constitute a major factor of Central Europe's cultural identity, uniting nature and heritage. Being the most typical part of nature in CE, they are precondition of biodiversity and an important ecological resource. Moreover, functioning landscapes constitute the base for regional economic development, above all in of rural areas, and the well-being of the inhabitants. Ho ...
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UP-grading of landfillgas for lowering CO2 emissions (UPGAS-LOWCO2)

Start date: Jan 1, 2010, End date: Jun 30, 2012,

Background Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the waste management sector account for around 3% of total emissions in the EU (2006 data). Emissions in the waste management sector are primarily a result of methane emissions from landfills, caused by the anaerobic break down of biodegradable materials. Methane emissions from the waste management sector fel ...
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Waste which is coming from electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) and bulky waste is often collected by non authorised people (in most cases but not solely people of the ethnic groups of Roma or Sinti) without any legal work permit. Collected in countries with "higher developed" waste management and transported into countries with less developed waste management leads to problems in manifold f ...
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Throughout Europe the challenge of providing a cost effective integrated public transport system is seen as an essential prerequisite to reducing pollution and congestion whilst encouraging sustainable economic growth.The traditional fixed route services is ideal for clustered travel demand areas but the changing of habitation patterns and nature of work activities in today’s society have created ...
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Small hydro action for the promotion of efficient solutions (SHAPES)

Start date: Dec 1, 2007, End date: Nov 30, 2009,

The overall objective of SHAPES is to facilitate and strengthen the co-operation between EU Small Hydropower (SHP) Research and Market actors, with the overall objective of streamlining future research & development and promote R&D results in order to enhance penetration of SHP and know-how with the EU and on new markets in developing countries. The SHAPES action is highly relevant with the aim of ...
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Transit Systems Development for Urban Regeneration (TranSUrban)

Start date: Mar 31, 2005, End date: Sep 29, 2007,

Urban public transport systems such as tramways, buses, and light rail systems not only enhance overall mobility in cities they also improve environmental conditions and generate wider benefits related to economic development and urban regeneration. However, in planning, implementing, and maintaining public transport systems, urban areas typically face a number of challenges including high investm ...
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The need to enhance collaborative planning of natural resources has been recognised in many international conventions and reflected in the evolving legislation of the EU and the Member States. E.g. a new type of strategic planning approach has been launched. This “program-based planning of natural resources” (PBPNR) approach requires taking into consideration local level actors and stake-holders. ...
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The general level of integration of information and communication technologies (ICT) in teaching haD increased greatly over the past years. However, forestry education in Slovakia have been using traditional didactical approaches such as theoretical class teaching, set of lectures more or less mixed with practical field training and excursions. It has relied mainly on traditional learning tools e. ...
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Innovation is now a pre-requisite for competitiveness in business. Preparing new graduates for this reality is essential. 34 students from countries including Finland, Austria, Estonia, Romania, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Norway and Serbia took part in an intensive 11-day seminar in July 2007 under the Erasmus programme. The aim of the seminar was to test and validate curriculums for training in the area ...
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