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Coastal and Maritime Tourism

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News

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".

 

News

Event

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.

European Maritime Day conference

 

The focus of the European Maritime Day 2019 in Lisbon, Portugal, will be on blue entrepreneurship, innovation and investment to transform traditional maritime sectors and boost emerging technologies and value chains. A specific focus will be put on research and innovation for a plastic-free ocean.

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.

Publication

2018 Report on the EU Blue Economy

Nov 23, 2018

 

Last week DG Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of the EC published its 2018 report on the EU Blue economy.

The report aims to describe the scope and size of the blue economy in the European Union, creating a baseline to support policymakers and stakeholders in the quest for sustainable development of oceans, seas, and coastal resources. It will monitor developments in the EU blue economy annually and examine the drivers behind trends.

Maritime and Landside Traffic Challenges of Future Cruise Ship Size Developments – Capacity Limitation of Cruise Destinations by Peak Utilization of Cruise Port Facilities

Sep 07, 2018

 

ROSTOCK PORT is the port development company of Rostock seaport and is actively involved in the INTERREG project GREEN CRUISE PORT. The aim of GREEN CRUISE PORT is to develop a multidimensional strategic approach for the sustainable and qualitative development of cruise ports in the Baltic Sea and the adjacent North Sea region. The project is intended to serve as a platform for discussion on current and future challenges for the development of sustainable cruise port locations.

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