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 ADRIPLAN FINAL CONFERENCE
Planning the Sea - 10 July 2015, Venice, Italy

"Towards an effective Maritime Spatial Planning in the Mediterranean Sea". The ADRIPLAN Project, funded by the European Union (DG MARE), aims to support a commonly-agreed cross-border Maritime Spatial Planning in the Adriatic-Ionian Region, and outcomes will be presented in the framework of a Final Conference in Venice Italy on 10 July 2015. In the Conference high level invited speakers from European, National and Regional institutions will provide key note presentations, and it will be an occasion to gather public officers and internationally recognized Maritime Spatial Planning experts. Go to page

Maritime Spatial Planning. Learning from Experience

In the framework of the Erasmus Mundus Master Course on Maritime Spatial Planning, the University IUAV of Venice is organizing a conference of Tundi Agardy that will be held on the 8th of April at 16:30 in Venice, Palazzo Badoer, aula Tafuri

Climate change and Coastal Adaptation Day

Organized by the University of Bologna, a conference to discuss the challenging synergy among research institutes, public authorities and enterprises towards climate-smart development.

April 20th, 2015, Emilia-Romagna Regional Headquarters, Via Aldo Moro, 50 

DANCERS Seminar

The cartography of the Danube and the surrounding areas in the times of Vincenzo Maria Coronelli and Luigi Ferdinando Marsili
 
23rd April, 2015. Venice, Palazzo Franchetti,  Istituto Veneto di Scienze Lettere ed Arti

The seminar is part of the initiatives to disseminate the project DANCERS results (http://www.dancers-fp7.eu/project/), which has the aim to develop new instruments and tools that will enhance environmental research and promote innovation in Danube Region, CORILA organizes, in collaboration with CNR-ISMAR.

VERBI. VEnice Research BIbliography

VERBI (VEnice Research BIbliographyis a virtual research environment that provides access to more than 300 citations, with attached articles, relating to scientific research of CORILA to safeguard Venice and its lagoon.

3rd KULTURisk workshop

The 3rd KULTURisk workshop entitled 'Benefits of disaster prevention measures: consolidating and widening an innovative risk assessment methodology', has been held in Venice, at the Arsenale,  on 19-20 September 2013.