S&T Med team’s participation in the capitalization event organised by the JMA of the ENPI CBC MED

S&T Med team’s participation in the capitalization event organised by the JMA of the ENPI CBC MED

The S&T Med team participated in the capitalization event organised by the Joint Managing Authority of the ENPI CBC MED on March 3rd.

MIBACT Secretary General, Archt. Recchia, led the delegation and introduced the Project, highlighting its strategic value and potentials. Project Partners were also present: MPA “Penisola del Sinis – Isola di Mal di Ventre”; Stazione Zoologica “Anton Dohrn” and University for foreigners “Dante Alighieri”.

The event represented an opportunity for the Project to shortly introduce its methodology and objectives, exchange experiences, and networking with projects operating in the same sector.

Two presentations were also made available to other projects through the Programme online sharing platform:

  • an insight in the Destination Management Organization methodology of the Project and its application in the Sinis context;
  • an overview of the environmental monitoring system based on data collected by a system of buoys and its potential for tourism.

S&T Med team’s participation in the capitalization event organised by the JMA of the ENPI CBC MED

S&T Med team’s participation in the capitalization event organised by the JMA of the ENPI CBC MED

The S&T Med team participated in the capitalization event organised by the Joint Managing Authority of the ENPI CBC MED on March 3rd.

MIBACT Secretary General, Archt. Recchia, led the delegation and introduced the Project, highlighting its strategic value and potentials. Project Partners were also present: MPA “Penisola del Sinis – Isola di Mal di Ventre”; Stazione Zoologica “Anton Dohrn” and University for foreigners “Dante Alighieri”.

The event represented an opportunity for the Project to shortly introduce its methodology and objectives, exchange experiences, and networking with projects operating in the same sector.

Two presentations were also made available to other projects through the Programme online sharing platform:

  • an insight in the Destination Management Organization methodology of the Project and its application in the Sinis context;
  • an overview of the environmental monitoring system based on data collected by a system of buoys and its potential for tourism.