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  • Il-Politika ta' Koeżjoni tal-Unjoni Ewropea: ninvestu fir-Reġjuni u l-Bliet tiegħek

    Il-Politika ta' Koeżjoni tal-Unjoni Ewropea: ninvestu fir-Reġjuni u l-Bliet tiegħek

    16/07/2014

    Kull sena, l-UE tinvesti miljuni ta' Euro fil-ħolqien tal-impjiegi u t-tkabbir ekonomiku biex tgħin tnaqqas id-differenzi soċjali u ekonomiċi bejn ir-reġjuni tagħha. Dan il-filmat qasir jurik aktar dwar kif dawn l-investimenti tal-UE jistgħu jtejbu ħajjet iċ-ċittadini billi jistimolaw it-tkabbir ekonomiku fir-reġjun tagħhom.

    Tul dawn l-aħħar ħames snin, il-Politika ta' Koeżjoni tal-UE ħolqot aktar minn 600 000 impjieg. Kull sena investiet fit-taħriġ professjonali ta' 15-il miljun ruħ sabiex ittejjeb l-impjegabbiltà tagħhom; ikkofinanzjat il-bini ta' 25 000 km ta' toroq u 1 800 km ta' linji ferrovjarji; żgurat ukoll il-provvista ta' ilma tax-xorb nadif għal tliet miljun ruħ oħra; investiet f'200 000 kumpanija ta’ daqs żgħir u medju u f'61 000 proġett ta' riċerka. Dawn iċ-ċifri għadhom qed jiżdiedu, billi l-proġetti li nbdew matul dawn l-aħħar ħames snin għadhom qed jagħtu r-riżultati. 

    Dan kollu huwa possibbli bis-saħħa tal-Fond Ewropew għall-Iżvilupp Reġjonali, il-Fond ta' Koeżjoni u l-Fond Soċjali Ewropew, li flimkien jirrappreżentaw aktar minn terz tal-baġit tal-UE.

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  • Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy presents its new comic book "Partners"

    Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy presents its new comic book

    13/05/2014

    The Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy has just published a brand new comic book called ’Partners’ which aims at presenting Regional and Urban Policy through six stories designed to appeal to a young audience. The themes covered in this album are Research & Innovation, Urban Development, Environment, Support to SMEs, Social Inclusion, ICT, Cooperation between regions, Transport, Solidarity between regions in case of natural disasters, etc. These slices of life and stories of men and women were inspired by real EU-funded projects that illustrate the European Union’s contribution to reducing differences in standards of living and supporting the regions in their development.
    This comic is available in FR, EN and NL and can be ordered via EU Bookshop

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  • REGIOSTARS 2014 - Gdynia trolley bus network: Green trolley buses bring a better quality of urban life

    REGIOSTARS 2014 - Gdynia trolley bus network: Green trolley buses bring a better quality of urban life

    31/03/2014

    The project aims to enhance the power supply system of the trolleybus traction network. It also purchased 28 new trolleybuses to increase the number of modern, eco-friendly and accessible trolleybuses. The direct objectives of the project are to increase the competitiveness of environmentally friendly public transport and to improve quality of service. Those improvements have rebuilt the image of public transport in Gdynia, causing an increase in the number of passengers, and creating direct benefits for the residents and the local economy.

    • City: Gdynia, Poland
    • Total budget: €24 424 000
    • ERDF funding: €13 428 000
    • Financing period: January 2010 – June 2013

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  • RegioStars 2012 - ECO WORLD STYRIA - Boosting employment through a world-beating network of green-tech companies

    RegioStars 2012 - ECO WORLD STYRIA - Boosting employment through a world-beating network of green-tech companies

    13/06/2012Eco World Styria started up in 2005, in Austria’s Styria region, with the aim of creating a location for the development of innovative green businesses, able to compete with the best at a global level. Since then, it has established itself as a ground breaker in developing clean, environmentally friendly technologies. By encouraging cleantech companies with innovative ideas, this outstanding project has helped create 5 000 jobs and grow the local economy. These local firms have expanded their workforce by over 10% a year, on average. Winner of the RegioStars 2012 Award - Smart Growth category

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  • Trixie Neilson from GRaBS project

    Trixie Neilson from GRaBS project

    13/06/2012Testimonial of Trixie Neilson from GRaBS project. Urban areas are particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. To enable European towns and cities to adapt successfully to the challenges of extreme weather and warming temperatures, and to achieve sustainable growth, local people need to be consulted and actively involved in improving their environment. The GRaBS project – Green and Blue Space Adaptation for Urban Areas and Eco-towns – focused on ‘green’ open spaces and ‘blue’ water resources. Trees and grasslands, for example, help to lower temperatures in towns, through evaporation. The project worked with local communities, helping them to improve their own environment and create healthier, safer and more pleasant living spaces for everyone. Winner of RegioStars 2012 Award - SUSTAINABLE GROWTH category

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  • Petra Könighofer from Eco World Styria - RegioStars 2012

    Petra Könighofer from Eco World Styria - RegioStars 2012

    13/06/2012A portrait of Petra Könighofer from Eco World Styria Eco World Styria started up in 2005, in Austria’s Styria region, with the aim of creating a location for the development of innovative green businesses, able to compete with the best at a global level. Since then, it has established itself as a ground breaker in developing clean, environmentally friendly technologies. By encouraging cleantech companies with innovative ideas, this outstanding project has helped create 5 000 jobs and grow the local economy. These local firms have expanded their workforce by over 10% a year, on average. Winner of the RegioStars 2012 Award - Smart Growth category

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  • RegioStars 2012 - SUSTAINABLE GROWTH: GRaBS - Preparing local planning for climate change challenges

    RegioStars 2012 - SUSTAINABLE GROWTH: GRaBS - Preparing local planning for climate change challenges

    13/06/2012Urban areas are particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. To enable European towns and cities to adapt successfully to the challenges of extreme weather and warming temperatures, and to achieve sustainable growth, local people need to be consulted and actively involved in improving their environment. The GRaBS project – Green and Blue Space Adaptation for Urban Areas and Eco-towns – focused on ‘green’ open spaces and ‘blue’ water resources. Trees and grasslands, for example, help to lower temperatures in towns, through evaporation. The project worked with local communities, helping them to improve their own environment and create healthier, safer and more pleasant living spaces for everyone. Winner of RegioStars 2012 Award - SUSTAINABLE GROWTH category

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  • Transnational cooperation : Building bridges between people

    Transnational cooperation : Building bridges between people

    01/11/2011This video examines different aspects of European Territorial Cooperation and highlights the usefulness of support from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) for projects that involve cross-border cooperation. For instance, the University of the Greater Region (UGR) project is promoting exchanges and mobility between different European universities; 17 000 km of roads are being built or upgraded to improve transport; the LABEL project is reducing the risk of flooding in the Elbe basin; experiences and good practices are being exchanged in order to boost economic growth; lastly, several cross-border programmes are promoting the integration of marginalised population groups.

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  • Cross-border cooperation: Flood risk management in the Elbe river basin

    Cross-border cooperation: Flood risk management in the Elbe river basin

    01/10/2011This video takes you on a discovery of the ELLA+LABEL project, a cooperation initiative launched in 2003, with support from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), between the different countries of the Elbe River basin, with the aim of reducing flood risks. The project came about in the wake of the massive floods in 2002 which caused more than 100 deaths and resulted in some €12 billion of damages. Since then, the Central European countries affected by these floods have undertaken widespread cooperation in a bid to ensure that floods of such magnitude never happen again. The prevention mechanisms introduced have also resulted in the creation and development of many SMEs.

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  • LABEL: Uwe Restetzki (story)

    LABEL: Uwe Restetzki (story)

    01/10/2011This clip presents the work of Uwe Restetzki, senior fire officer in Görlitz, Germany. Discover how the LABEL project, supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), allows his service to offer the people of Görlitz better protection by reducing the risk of flooding from the Neisse river.

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  • LABEL: Vladimir Žák (story)

    LABEL: Vladimir Žák (story)

    01/10/2011This clip shows the work of Vladimir Žák, manager of the Tynec marina in the Czech Republic. Discover how the participation of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) in the LABEL project allowed his marina to come to life and develop through the creation of a flood-plain forest located upstream on the Elbe river.

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  • RegioStars Awards 2011: Amsterdam Smart City

    RegioStars Awards 2011: Amsterdam Smart City

    23/06/2011This video showcases the “Amsterdam Smart City” project, supported by the EU through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). This initiative, under which individuals, businesses and local authorities are working together on 12 pilot-projects, aims to cut energy consumption and reduce the region’s carbon footprint in the medium to long term.

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  • RegioStars Awards 2011: Amsterdam Smart City (story)

    RegioStars Awards 2011: Amsterdam Smart City (story)

    23/06/2011This video tells the story of Wim Kuiper, a resident of Geuzenveld in Amsterdam, who, along with his wife, is involved in the ‘Smart Meter’ scheme (one of various pilot-projects initiated as part of the ‘Amsterdam Smart City’ programme) co-funded by the EU under the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). His testimony tells us more about a technology (based on inserting a smart card in the meter) which allows the couple to keep a detailed eye on their consumption and, as a result, to regulate it better.

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  • Danubeparks: Mathias Schmidt (story)

    Danubeparks: Mathias Schmidt (story)

    08/12/2010This video profiles Mathias Schmidt, one of the many scientists involved in the Danubeparks project. A native of the Danube region, and now a research assistant in ornithology for Birdlife Austria, he is actively contributing to restoration of the river’s banks. In particular, he spent two years studying two species of birds threatened by the construction of a dyke.

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  • Stratégie de l’UE pour la région du Danube : Danubeparks

    Stratégie de l’UE pour la région du Danube : Danubeparks

    08/12/2010Cette vidéo présente Danubeparks, un projet de coopération transfrontalière, réunissant des experts de quelque 8 pays pour la défense des zones protégées du Danube et la préservation d’un écosystème de 7000 espèces menacé par une activité fluviale intense.

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  • Restoration of the Baltic Sea coastline: Klaipėda county, Lithuania

    Restoration of the Baltic Sea coastline: Klaipėda county, Lithuania

    27/04/2010This film is part of a series of four reports (Lithuania, Sweden, Denmark, Finland) produced within the framework of launching the EU strategy for the Baltic Sea. They present projects co-funded by the European Commission under the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Developing a local economy based essentially on tourism, while at the same time preserving the area’s natural resources, represents one of the main challenges facing the Lithuanian coast. Through the “Promoting Cohesion” Operational Programme (implemented under the ERDF), the Kuršių Nerija National Park has been able to finance work to reinforce sand dunes and stabilise the coast.

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  • The ERDF in Germany’s new Länder

    The ERDF in Germany’s new Länder

    10/01/2009"We want to be German Europeans and European Germans," said former Chancellor Helmut Kohl in relation to German reunification. Twenty years on, EU funds (ERDF) were allocated to the new federal states (Saxony, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Thuringia, Saxony-Anhalt, Brandenburg, and part of Berlin).The €46 billion between 1990 and 2013 are making success stories like Biocity in Leipzig and an urban development project in Merseburg possible.

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  • RegioStars 2008 : Cluster Eco-construction

    RegioStars 2008 : Cluster Eco-construction

    02/01/2008This video showcases an innovative eco-construction project, the brainchild of Benoît Remy, at Maisoncelles in Namur province (Belgium). European Union regional policy co-funded the creation of this eco-village.

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