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EU Programme
MED Programme
Funding Period:
Thursday, September 1, 2016 to Saturday, August 31, 2019
Aim:

Protecting and promoting Mediterranean natural and cultural resources

Programme specific objective: To enhance sustainable development policies for more efficient valorisation of natural resources and cultural heritage in coastal and adjacent maritime areas of a sustainable and responsible coastal and maritime tourism in the MED Area.

Role of NECSTouR:
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NECSTouR Regional Cases for Data Measurement presented in Berlin

Apr 03, 2019

 

NECSTouR Project Officer, Mrs. Marta Domper, presented the NECSTouR experience on data measurement to better manage destinations at the International Conference "Measuring Sustainability in Tourism – Opportunities and Limitations".

 

The two initiatives presented are implemented in the framework of the NECSTouR Working Group on Indicators:

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NECSTouR Contributes to the MED Policy Recommendations on Sustainable Tourism

Mar 29, 2019

 

As part of the MITOMED+ Project, NECSTouR Secretariat and some of its members (Andalusia, Insittute of Agriculte and Tourism in Porec and CNR-IBIMET) attended the Workshop of the MED Sustainability Community "Towards Policy Recommendations on Sustainable Tourism: Shaping the Results of the MED Community".

 

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NECSTouR leads an Inspirational Debate Towards Sustainable Coastal and Maritime Tourism Communities at the European Parliament

Nov 09, 2018

 

The International Workshop 'Towards Sustainable Coastal and Maritime Tourism Communities' held recently at the European Parliament in Brussels, in the framework of the Interreg MED Project MITOMED+ (Models of Integrated Tourism in the MEDiterranean Plus), concluded with a renewed call for community participation to improve the sustainability performance of coastal and maritime destinations.

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MITOMED+ Project Presented at 2018 UNWTO Global INSTO Meeting

Oct 24, 2018

 

A representative of NECSTouR has been invited to present its experience on Indicators at the 2018 Meeting of the International Network of Sustainable Tourism Observatories (INSTO) of the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), organised in Madrid, on the 22-23 October 2018.

Mrs Ana Moniche and Inmaculada Gallego from the Region of Andalusia, intervened as Leaders of NECSTouR Working Group on Indicators and presented the advances of the MITOMED+ initiative as a good practice on translating Destinations Needs into Data Needs.

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NECSTouR Contributes to the EU Cruise Dialogue for the North Sea, the Atlantic and the Arctic

Sep 28, 2018

 

NECSTouR Vice-President, Mr Jan Korthoudt from Flanders Region, represented NECSTouR at the 4th Cruise Dialogue, gathering all the main representatives from the public and private sector interested by the Cruise Tourism.

The event of this year was organised in Nantes on the 25th of September and was focused on the North Sea, the Atlantic and the Arctic

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Event

Measuring Sustainability in Tourism – Opportunities and Limitations

 

International Conference in Berlin on 2 and 3 April 2019 hosted by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety and the German Environment Agency; endorsed by UN World Tourism Organization

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Toward Policy Recommendations on Sustainable Tourism: Shaping the Results of the MED Community

 

The MED Sustainable Tourism Community will gather on 27-28 March in Split, Croatia, to work together towards the drafting of the policy recommendations. Two workshops have been organised at this purpose, one facilitated by the Community Building team and the other one by the Capitalisation teams of the BleuTourMed project and four external experts.

Regional Cruise Dialogue for the Atlantic, the North Sea and the Arctic

 

After the previous editions in the previous years dedicated to the Mediterranean and the Baltic, this year's edition will be focused on the Atlantic, the North Sea and the Arctic and it will continue a regional approach to foster solutions for cruise tourism and to bring stakeholders closer together in a common effort for a more sustainable and competitive sector in this area.

The Region of Flanders will intervene on behalf of NECSTouR in the opening session and during th epanel debate.

The event is organised by the European Commission.

Internal Notes

Survey to Evaluate the "European Strategy for more Growth and Jobs in Coastal and Maritime Tourism"

 

Most European policies and economic activities directly or indirectly influence Coastal and Maritime Tourism (C&M), which can be a driver for economic growth. Moreover, the 72 percent of NECStouR Regions are C&M Tourism Destinations.
For both that reasons, C&M Tourism is a key priority within the strategy of NECSTouR.

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