About the Project - ZeroWasteBlue
15-Zero Waste Blue (local)
/ SO 3.1
Zero Waste Blue sport events for territorial development
3.1 - Make natural and cultural heritage a leverage for sustainable and more balanced territorial development
Town of Opatija
- Local, regional and national public authorities
- Cultural and natural heritage management bodies
- Regional and local development agencies
The project Zero Waste Blue, is capitalizing IPA Adriatic Zero Waste project, and is aimed at protecting and promoting natural and cultural heritage by the means of shared methodologies and cooperation strategies for better governance and policy instruments development and by the means of creating a joint touristic follow-up, focused on sustainable sport events of high attractiveness capacity, able to promote social inclusion and involve all ages local community members and public-private stakeholders.
ZERO WASTE BLUE - KEY PROJECT NUMBERS
Town of Opatija
MARSALA TITA 3
Opatija - Croatia - firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Rijeka - Faculty of tourism and hospitality management
Faculty of tourism and hospitality management
Zadar County Development Agency Zadra Nova
The public institution Zadar County Development Agency ZADRA NOVA was established in 2013 by the Zadar County and the City of Zadar. From 2006 to 2013 it acted as the Development Agency of the Zadar County ZADRA d.o.o.
The Zadar County Development Agency ZADRA NOVA provides systematic support with the establishing and further development of the Zadar County and its economic subjects in accordance with the vision:
Zadar County is an attractive and economically competitive region of balanced and sustainable development, recognizable cultural and natural heritage and high quality of life.
Zadra actively participates in the preparation and implementation of EU projects of local, county and regional significance and in the drafting of local and county development strategies. The agency implements support programmes for various segments of social and economic development in the county, and organises numerous activities aimed at strengthening human resources of businesses, local public administration and associations.
Dubrovnik and Neretva County
The Dubrovnik-Neretva Region is the southernmost region of the Republic of Croatia with 22 local governments - 5 cities and 17 municipalities. It has its centre in Dubrovnik and consists of a relatively narrow longitudinal coastline with a string of offshore islands and closer islands, and the Lower Neretva with its gravitating coastline. It is cut through by Bosnia and Herzegovina and is connected to the inland and the North and Pannonian part of Croatia only in the Lower Neretva Valley.
Contact person: Mato Tomljanović
ART-ER Attractiveness Research Territory
ART-ER Attractiveness Research Territory is the Emilia-Romagna Joint Stock Consortium that was born from the merger of ASTER and ERVET, with the purpose of fostering the region’s sustainable growth by developing innovation and knowledge, attractiveness and internationalisation of the region system.
Emilia-Romagna Region - General directorate for knolwledge, labour and enterprise economy
Veneto Region - Tourism department
Molise Region - Service of the cabinet of the president and the institutional affairs
Service of the cabinet of the president and the institutional affairs
Municipality of Ancona
European programmes office
European policies department