The Association for Sustainable Development “Prut – Danube” Galati equipped the protected area Lunca Joasă a Prutului Inferior in Galati County, from Cavadinești to Braniștea, with 50 selective recycle bins. The local towns from Galati Fishing areas where the bins are placed will ensure their proper maintenance. The purpose is to turn waste into a resource and diminish the negative impact on the environment.
Institution of Fist Resources, lead beneficiary of the project “Promoting Technology Innovation in Environmental Monitoring and Modelling for Assessment of Fish Stock and Non-fish Resources – TIMMOD” is organizing on 11 September 2020 in Varna (Bulgaria) the project launch dissemination event. The main goals, activities and expected results of the TIMMOD project will be presented, as well as information on the current state of fish and non-fish resources in the Black Sea. А discussion on the application of modern technologies for monitoring and evaluation of Black Sea resources will take place.
The project “Assessing the vulnerability of the Black Sea marine ecosystem to human pressures” has completed the second round of national stakeholder engagement workshops. While the first round was dedicated to marine litter, the second was focused on cetacean monitoring and finding ways of stakeholder involvement in dolphin monitoring activities.
During July – August 2020, Bulgarian Association for Transfer of Technology and Innovation with the support of Red Cross Varna and Red Cross Burgas held 10 Training seminars for civil protection and coping with accidents. The aim of the sessions was to train the citizens on how to react in crisis and accident situations and to perform first aid.
The American University of Armenia (AUA) Acopian Center for the Environment in collaboration with project partners publicly launched the 30-months Copernicus Assisted Environmental Monitoring Across the Black Sea Basin project, also known as PONTOS.
Territorial Administrative Unit Galati County (Romania), Lead beneficiary of “Development and Promotion of Active Tourism in the Black Sea Basin – EscapeLand” hosted the start-up conference of the project. In front of media representatives and with the online presence of all the project partners, the lead beneficiary introduced the objectives, the main outputs and the benefits, territorial challenges and cooperation reasons.
There is no doubt that the problem of water pollution is very serious for our country nowadays. Illegal dumping of organic and plastic waste, discharge of untreated wastewater, pesticides and livestock waste into rivers, pollution as a result of recreational activities are urgent problems.
Planned to store the common past of the Black Sea Cross border regions of Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Romania and Ukraine, the Virtual Guide developed by the partnership of the project Green Tourism and Historical heritage – a stepping stone for the development of the Black Sea Basin is an interactive tool for locating sites and assets on the map, discovering their history and other relevant information, their energy footprint, relevant information about local stakeholders and many more.
The project SILC – Silk Road Local Culture is aiming to support the tourism development following the Silk Road cultural heritage from the project targeted area and the evaluation of the potential of the Silk Road cultural footprint for tourism growth, interregional cooperation and cross-border partnerships.