NETWORKING

The networking activity identifies those existing projects, either finished or ongoing, that are related to the project issues such as air quality, energy efficiency, biomass burning, transports, agriculture and many others in order to identify methodologies and tools that can be integrated and promoted within PREPAIR activities.

Networking will be important in particular for sharing and capitalizing projects results, avoiding overlapping and strengthening synergies between initiatives.

This is the list of the projects identified for the networking:

  • LIFE IP MAŁOPOLSKA: for increasing the quality of air in the Maloplska region
  • Interreg project e-MOTICON: for the diffusion of electric mobility
  • LIFE project BrennerLEC: for the creation of a “Lower Emission Corridor” along the Brenner axis
  • LIFE project Biomether: for boosting the biomethane value chain in Emilia-Romagna
  • Horizon project Clair City: for the reduction of air pollution in the cities
  • LIFE+ project Climate ChangE-R: for the identification and implementation of cultivation and breeding techniques with a lower production of CO2
  • LIFE project IRIS: for an industry resilient to climate change
  • Interreg project REFORM: for the the implementation and deployment of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans
  • LIFE project HelpSoil: for a Conservation Agriculture, a series of cultivation practices with the objective of assuring a sustainable and stable productivity and preserving and strengthening agricultural resources and the environment
  • CLIMAERA project: for the development of planning tools in support of public policies related to air quality in the regions of ALCOTRA territory
  • Interreg project MITIMPACT: for the forecasting and evaluation of climate change and photochemical air pollution on transboundary vegetation
  • Interreg Central Europe AWAIR project: for the improvement of the environmental management capacity in central Europe through the promotion and adoption of agreed measures and strategies on air pollution
  • FREVUE project: for the development of innovative solutions related to electric vehicles operating “last mile” freight movements in urban centres
  • LIFE project ECONOMICK: for helping the European ceramic sector to reduce environmental impacts and increase competitiveness, by developing an innovative intermittent kiln for ceramic production
  • Interreg Med project ENERJ: for enhancing and improving the coordination of SEAP’s and other relevant energy Efficiency Plans, in order to reach Energy Saving and the National targets on public buildings’ energy efficiency
  • Interreg Med project REMEDIO: for strengthening the cities ability to use low-carbon transport systems for their mobility plans
  • Interreg Med project GO SUMP: capitalisation and mainstreaming of projects’ results and solutions for sustainable mobility in the Mediterranean at transnational level
  • Horizon project NeMo: for making electro mobility more attractive and facilitate its mass adoption in the road transport sector
  • Interreg Central Europe project FIRECE: for increasing capacities of regional operators to better manage energy plans particularly in terms of locally available financial resources
  • Interreg Central Europe project BhENEFIT: for improving the management of historic built areas, combining the daily maintenance of historic heritage with its preservation and valorisation in a sustainable way
  • Interreg Central Europe project BOOSTEE-CE: for improving the governance of energy efficiency in existing public buildings and ultimately reduce energy consumption in different central European areas
  • Interreg Med project SHERPA: for reinforcing the capacities of public administrations at regional and sub-regional level to improve Energy Efficiency in public buildings so as to address difficulties related to EEB (Energy Efficiency in Buildings) projects in the Mediterranean area
  • LIFE project CLEAN HEAT: for a significant reduction of particulate matter caused by wood burning
  • LIFE project GYSTRA: for the improvement of the air quality of the cities by detecting vehicles whose emissions are higher that allowed
  • Horizon project iSCAPE: for integrating and advancing the control of air quality and carbon emissions in European cities
  • LIFE project DIADEME: for an innovative regulation system for street lighting designed to reduce energy consumption of 30% and skies light pollution of 30%
  • LIFE project ASPIRE: for a sustainable mobility of goods in urban areas
  • LIFE project Chimera: for a more efficient manure disposal process though the transformation of the waste into a fertilizer
  • LIFE project I-SharE: for the development of e-carsharing models of service tailored to smaller urban areas in Lombardy and Croatia
  • LIFE project VEG-GAP for the developement of tools to support urban planning for air quality taking into account the contribution of vegetation on urban ecosystems
  • LIFE project Master Adapt for the developement of an operative methodology to allow regions, metropolitan cities and cities consortium to include adaptation to climate change in their plans and programmes
  • LIFE AGRESTIC project  contribuites  to the diffusion of innovatove tools for the protection of environment  and the efficient use of resources in agricolture
  • ES-PA Project “Energy and Sustainability for Public bodies” by ENEA, aims at improving the technical competecies of public bodies. It is funded by PON governance and institutional capacity