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On 6th June, the INTERREG North-West Europe Programme organized an interactive annual event for current and new stakeholders. The event was hosted in the German city of Dortmund and reached almost 300 partcipants. We focused on:

  • The territorial impact of the actions co-funded by the Programme in the North-West Europe area.
    People involved in the actions funded by NWE demonstrated how they are improving the way people and things travel; changing the face of local communities; mitigating and preparing for climate change and breaking new ground in the food sector, open innovation and other key areas.
  • The future perspectives of the Programme after 2014
    The Programme’s Member States are preparing the VB period (2014-2020) and participants used the possibility to share their views about it.



Browse through the workshops for the presentations and graphic conclusions. On the library section you can find a collection of photo impressions.

 

Dortmund 2012



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RoCK Project

The RoCK project advocates better networking of regional rail traffic across national boundaries. It should therefore become a great deal easier for people in the border regions in particular to travel by train from one country to another.
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WAVE Project

The WAVE project is preparing the rivers Rur and Maas for the expected consequences of climate change. As weather researchers expect more and stronger rain in the coming years, systems are being installed on both rivers to store the water and reduce the stream velocity.
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PILLS Project

Even modern wastewater treatment plants in line with the current state of technology are unable to eliminate all substances from the water. This applies amongst others to drug residues. The PILLS project examines which wastewater treatment methods are best suited to eliminate pharmaceutical micropollutants and therefore amongst other things to counteract a further higher resistance to antibiotics.
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ACE Project

The energy turnaround can only succeed if the citizens of Europe get personally involved in it. This is the objective of the project ACE in the EU funding programme INTERREG IVB for North-West Europe.
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CODE24 Project

Transport routes in the Rotterdam - Genoa corridor are going to be expanded so that people and goods can be transported smoothly along the Rhine, by rail and by road. With the project entitled CODE 24, Europe is set to grow closer together culturally and economically.
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