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The Basque Government and Basque entities positioned in the European agenda and the annual discussion forum of the European regions
In its 16th year of participating in the European Week of Regions and Cities/EWRC2020, the Basque Country was praised by the President of the European Commission in her opening speech during the plenary session of the Committee of the Regions. Different representatives of the Basque Government, along with public entities and institutions, took part in the online forums during EWRC2020.
The 2021 Conference of the Association European Migration Institutions (AEMI) will be held in San Sebastian
The 2021 Conference of the Association of European Migration Institutions (AEMI) will be in the Basque Country, hosted by the Office for the Basque Community Abroad of the Basque Government in the city of Donostia / San Sebastian.
The objective of the awards is to recognise national, regional and local policies to promote entrepreneurship BIND 4.0 is a finalist in the Improving the …
Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve: first protected area in the Basque Country to obtain accreditation as a sustainable tourist destination
The Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve is to be the first protected area in the Basque Country to gain accreditation as a sustainable tourist destination. The process of joining the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism (ECST) began in February 2019 and will conclude with the visit of a team of independent auditors on 9-10 September. Once the audit is passed, Biosphere Reserve will have completed the 1st phase of the process and will become the only tourist destination in the Basque Country with EU recognition for sustainable tourism, and the only reserve signed up to the Charter.
35 public and private organisations from ten European countries take part in the European ICEBERG project for the innovative re-use of construction and demolition waste
The project, which will last for four years, has a budget of 15,667,498 euros, of which the European Union is contributing 12,997,935 euros from the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Framework Programme. Six Basque organisations are involved: Ihobe - the Basque Government's public environmental management company, Fundación TECNALIA Research & Innovation (which will coordinate the consortium), GAIKER Technology Centre, and the companies Serikat, Lezama Demoliciones and Viuda de Sainz. The aim is to offer innovative circular economy-based solutions for producing high-value materials from the most common construction and demolition waste (C&DW).
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