Bioengineering interventions, including beach nourishment, restoration of dune lines and dredging of the fishing port, to mitigate the erosion effects and preserve the landscape of one of the most appreciated and naturalistically relevant stretches of the Apulian coast. This is the experience carried out in Ugento, identified as a pilot case within Triton project: it
The establishment of a pilot observatory, some geotechnical surveys, remote sensing applications of erosive risk: are some of the results of TRITON project that will be presented during the final event that will take place virtually on July 2, 2020 (starting from 9.30). Thanks to Triton, a model of Integrated Coastal Management Zone has been
For prudential reasons related to the medical emergency, the workshop and the technical visit, scheduled on 9 March are postponed. The new data will be communicated. Interreg Triton and Interreg Blue Boost organize the workshop “Coastal planning, innovation and sustainability in the blue economy” at the Archaeological Museum of Ugento (Lecce, Italy) on 9th March.
The workshop on coastal planning, organized by Puglia Region and ARTI – Regional Agency for Technology and Innovation in the framework of the Triton project, will take place on 1st October from 9.00 am to 1.00 pm in Bari, at Puglia Foundation premises (in via Venezia n.13). The initiative focuses on the theme of coastal
Interreg Triton project launches a call for the selection of 16 public oﬃcials, GIS technicians and operators, scholars and experts (8 residing in Italy and 8 in Greece) who will attend the Summer School on the issue of sustainable management of coastal heritage and actions to reduce coastal erosion. It is a training and information
Triton project, through Apulia Region (Lead partner) and ARTI, launches a public call for the selection of two Apulian coastal municipalities representing best practices for the contrast of coast erosion. Deadline 15 July 2019. Triton project, funded by the Interreg V-A Greece-Italy territorial cooperation Programme 2014-2020, is aimed at improving the integration of coastal zone
The Messolonghi Municipality Coastal Zone at the heart of the Cross-Border Project TRITON On Tuesday, March 19th, the TRITON Open Workshop entitled “Good Environmental Engineering Practices for Mitigating the Effects of Coastal Corrosion in Greece and Italy” will be organised by the European Territorial Cooperation Group (EGTC) Efxini Poli , at the Vasso Katrakis Museum
The kick-off meeting of the project Triton, co-funded by the Interreg V-A Greece-Italy Programme 2014-2020, was held on 20th and 21st September in Bari at the premises of the Regional Agency for Technology and Innovation (ARTI). Puglia Region is the lead beneficiary of this project in cooperation with the Italian Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate Change and three