During the period May-September 2019, the project partners from the project “Development of Sustainable Cultural Tourism in the Black Sea Basin“, CULTOUR-BSB, will organize 5 cross-border seminars that aim to obtain information from stakeholders about the requirements and needs of tourism data as well as to inventory the needs of consumers for sustainable tourism.
The International Children’s day was celebrated in Strandzha Nature Park, Bulgaria during an eco-camp. From 31 May to 1 of June, the first tent eco-camp for children aged 7 to 14 years was organized as part of the Green Strandja NGO activities under the project MARLENA: Marine and River Litter Elimination New Approach (BSB139).
During March-April 2019, the project partners from the project “ANEMONE – Assessing the vulnerability of the Black Sea marine ecosystem to human pressures“ organized 4 workshops on the topic of marine litter involving citizens in finding and applying solutions to the marine litter problem and public awareness of marine environmental issues.
Mare Nostrum NGO addresses an open invitation to those interested in marine litter monitoring. The workshop is organized within the project “Assessing the vulnerability of the Black Sea marine ecosystem to human pressures“, ANEMONE (BSB319) and will take place on 27 March 2019, from 10:00 to 16:00, at Hotel Ibis, Constanta.
On February 17-19, 2019, the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA) organized a methodology workshop-training on how to identify and shortlist the main agricultural products and services with a potential for export and import within the BSB countries and how to conduct the export-import feasibility studies on the already shortlisted products and services. The workshop-training conducted in the frame of the project, entitled Piloting Modern Trading Opportunities in Agriculture through Creation of Innovative Online Platform – AgroNet, was held in Tbilisi.