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GUTTA

savinG fUel and emissions from mariTime Transport in the Adriatic region

START DATE

01.01.2019

END DATE

30.06.2022

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 1.200.000

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

4.1: Improve the quality, safety and environmental sustainability of marine and coastal transport services and nodes by promoting multimodality in the Programme area.

LEAD PARTNER

Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC)

TARGET GROUPS

  • Professionals and institutional actors of the maritime sector
  • General public (i.e. passengers, consumers), with a special focus on Under-40-years-old EU citizens of Italy and Croatia

  • Research community and academia

The GUTTA project aims to contribute to greener ferry routes between Italy and Croatia. 
This overarching objective is going to be achieved through three specific objectives. 
The first one will lead to the realization of a web tool for providing CO2-optimal ferry routes, based on operational meteo-marine forecast products.
The second specific objective consists in an assessment of the added value of the information contents of the CO2 emissions data collected under the EU Regulation 757/15 on MRV (Monitoring/Reporting/Verification).
The third specific objective of GUTTA will lead to an analysis of past and present trends of maritime mobility between Italy and Croatia, also in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

GUTTA’s communication strategy will involve three target groups: the general public of EU citizens, the maritime sector, and related technical and scientific communities.

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PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC)

VIA AUGUSTO IMPERATORE 16

Lecce - Italy

www.cmcc.it


The CMCC Foundation - Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC) is a non-profit research institution whose mission is to investigate and model our climate system and its interactions with society to provide reliable, rigorous, and timely scientific results to stimulate sustainable growth, protect the environment and develop science driven adaptation and mitigation policies in a changing climate, and to develop foresights and quantitative analysis of our future planet and society.


Contact person: Gianandrea Mannarini

E-mail: gianandrea.mannarini@cmcc.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Croatian Shipowners' Association Mare Nostrum

http://www.csamarenostrum.hr


​​​​​​​Croatian Shipowners’ Association Mare Nostrum through its members manages 133 vessels with more than 1.6 million Gross Tons. The main purpose of the Association is to promote shipping interests, to advocate for satisfactory and competitive shipping conditions as to encourage a safe, reliable and valuable shipping. As an association of employers, it participates in social dialogue with other social partners and is a signatory of the National Collective Agreement for Croatian Seafarers.


Contact person: Maria Mihalic

E-mail: office@csamarenostrum.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Zadar

http://www.unizd.hr/


​​​​​​​The University of Zadar is the largest integrated university in Croatia. It includes 27 Departments and 6000 students. Special attention is given to the cooperation with local and regional communities through joint projects, participation in strategic development planning documents, and encouraging the civil society development, organizing various activities with the aim to popularize science, encouraging research and sustainability with respect to cultural and natural heritage.


Contact person: Martin Zrilić

E-mail: mzrilic@unizd.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure

www.mppi.hr


Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure (MSTI) is a government body relevant for the implementation of project actions in the eligible area. Maritime Safety Directorate operates a wide spectrum of various maritime technical systems and equipment including highly sophisticated VTMIS system consisting of the national single window and SafeSeaNet, AIS, Radar, Meteo and other sensors.


Contact person: Toni Maricevic

PROJECT PARTNER

Southern Adriatic Sea Port Authority (Ports of Bari, Brindisi, Manfredonia, Barletta and Monopoli)

http://www.adspmam.it/


The Southern Adriatic Sea Port Authority manages the ports of Bari, Brindisi, Manfredonia, Barletta and Monopoli. Its tasks are: orientation, programming, coordination of port operations; maintenance, both ordinary and exceptional, of common port areas; assignment and control of activities in order to provide services of general interest; control and management of the public maritime domain; assignment of the quays under its jurisdiction.


Contact person: Evangelia Piteni

E-mail: e.piteni@adspmam.it

NEWS & EVENTS

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Here all the documents.

GUTTA_D.1.1.1.

PUBLISHED ON 18/02/2020
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GUTTA_D.1.2.1.

PUBLISHED ON 18/02/2020
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GUTTA_D.1.4.1.

PUBLISHED ON 18/02/2020
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GUTTA_D.2.1.1.

PUBLISHED ON 18/02/2020
PDF (3.68 Mb)

D.2.2.1

PUBLISHED ON 21/10/2020
PDF (1.31 Mb)

D.2.1.3

PUBLISHED ON 21/10/2020
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D.1.3.1

PUBLISHED ON 21/10/2020
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D.3.1.1

PUBLISHED ON 21/10/2020
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D.3.1.2

PUBLISHED ON 21/10/2020
PDF (3.11 Mb)

D.3.1.3 

PUBLISHED ON 21/10/2020
PDF (1.58 Mb)

D.3.2.3

PUBLISHED ON 21/10/2020
PDF (1.43 Mb)

VIDEO

Investigating the carbon intensity of ferries

GUTTA project, researchers at CMCC explored the data related to the CO2 emissions from ships and augmented them with additional vessel-related information. The focus has been given on ferries, a category of over-proportionally emitting ships. And what about the results? Check them out in the video!

Learning how to prevent, tame and mitigate a pandemic (COVID-19)

Understanding the spreading dynamics of the disease is crucial for designing an optimal strategy to limit the damages of the current and future pandemics. Human mobility is an important factor in this endeavour. In this talk, we will present a new framework that allows to effectively model the increase in the number of infected cases in various regions of the world.

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