Laura Boicenco

The Black Sea is a mosaic of complex interacting ecosystems, rich in natural resources and providing a vital habitat for endangered species. But this treasure is also threatened by the concentration of intense human activities: fishery, contaminated rivers, poorly treated wastewaters, gas, and oil industry exploitations, and of course the recent perforations in the seabed… […]

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E-commerce: Bringing Local Farmers Right to your Table

White brined cheese from Bulgaria, berries from the Republic of Moldova, Greek virgin olive oil, tomatoes from Romania, Turkish strawberries and honey from Ukraine. What do these products have in common? Are they the main ingredients to a crazy recipe? Not at all! These are all special traditional agricultural products grown by local farmers all […]

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Flippers and diving masks to enjoy the underwater museum of the Black Sea

Vessels, buildings, statues, artefacts, sites, even human remains: this is all “underwater cultural heritage”, defined by UNESCO as human traces with cultural, historical or archaeological character, that have been under water for at least 100 years. Definitely, a heritage worth preserving and object of interest for the most curious minds. The ENI CBC TREASURE project […]

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Fatih Konukcu

They are going “fishing for litter”: a small “army” of hundreds of fishermen, students, teachers and civil society organisations. They are collecting plastics around the Black Sea, to clean up square kilometres of beaches and water. And they are learning how a good solid waste management could reduce the pollution’s impact on our precious ecosystems. […]

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Summary of project preparation events in Armenia

In Armenia, 100 potential applicants of the ENI CBC Black Sea Basin programme participated in project preparation workshops organised in Yerevan (14 March) and Vanadzor (16 March). These events were delivered with support from TESIM, in close collaboration with the programme Managing Authority, Joint Technical Secretariat and National Authority in Armenia. They included interactive sessions […]

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Summary of project preparation events in Turkey

In Turkey, about 200 potential applicants of the ENI CBC Black Sea Basin programme participated in project preparation workshops organised in Istanbul (14 March) and Sinop (16 March). The events were delivered with support from TESIM, in close collaboration with the programme Managing Authority, Joint Technical Secretariat and National Authority in Turkey. They included interactive sessions […]

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TESIM Project Preparation Events in Ukraine and Republic of Moldova

A series of project preparation events for the ENI CBC Black Sea Basin Programme in the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine is being organised by TESIM, in collaboration with the Managing Authority and the relevant National Authorities, from the end of March to early April as follows: Ukraine: Odessa (28 March), Mikolaiv (29 March), 31 March (Zaporihya) Republic of Moldova: Chisinau […]

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TESIM Project Preparation Events

A series of project preparation events for the ENI CBC Black Sea Basin Programme in Armenia, Turkey, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine is being organised by TESIM, in collaboration with the Managing Authority and the relevant National Authorities, from mid-March to early April as follows: Armenia: Yerevan (14 March), Vanadzor (16 March) Turkey: […]

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1st Call for Proposals launched for the Black Sea Basin Programme!

The 1st call for project proposals of the ENI CBC “Black Sea Basin Joint Operational Programme 2014-2020 is open starting on 31st of January 2017, 14.00 (GMT+2) with the deadline of the 31st of May 2017, 23:59 (GMT+2). The 1st call for proposals is open for  project proposals contributing to all programme thematic objectives and priorities: Promote business and entrepreneurship within the […]

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