Project - Integrated Management of Ecological Networks through Parks and Marine Areas

Description


Description (EN): The shared challenge of GIREPAM is to improve and innovate the governance and management of the coastal marine areas by Regions and Managing bodies of protected areas in an overview of the territories, to contribute to stopping the loss of biodiversity and the deterioration of eco-system services and adhere to a European perspective of “green&blue” economic development. The objective is therefore to develop a shared cross-border strategy for the integrated management of marine-coastal ecological networks, conceived and implemented by the Regions, networking with Parks and Protected Marine Areas to develop shared solutions to the most pressing issues of the cooperation area (excessive use of resources, pollution from visitors, social conflicts). The result will be an improvement in the effectiveness of management of the protected areas in the coastal marine space, and the creation of favourable conditions for the protection and enhancement of natural environments. The project proposes to: implement Action Plans for habitats and species of common interest, integrated planning models, regulation of protected areas and N2000 sites (integrated management plans); Map and evaluate eco-system services; implement systems of environmental accountability; identify green&blue jobs, improve sustainable consumption. The beneficiaries will be: public bodies, parks and protected marine areas, tourists and population, economic operators. The shared approach is necessary to overcome the sectorisation of the actions implemented by the various parties responsible for the management/development of the marine-coastal space which can only be truly effective if implemented within a system logic. The project is innovative as, from a scientific analysis, it seeks to demonstrate the added value that the natural areas give to the territories where they are located, including in economic terms, at the same time defining further opportunities for development in the field of green&blue jobs.
Description: La sfida comune di GIREPAM è migliorare e innovare la governance e la gestione delle aree marino costiere da parte di Regioni e Gestori di aree protette in una visione d''insieme dei territori, per contribuire ad arrestare la perdita di biodiversità e il degrado dei servizi ecosistemici e aderire ad una prospettiva europea di sviluppo economico “green; blue”. L’obiettivo è quindi elaborare una strategia transfrontaliera condivisa di gestione integrata delle reti ecologiche marino-costiere, ideata e attuata dalle Regioni in rete con Parchi e Aree Marine Protette per sviluppare soluzioni comuni ai problemi più pressanti dell’area di cooperazione (utilizzo eccessivo delle risorse, inquinamento frequentazione, conflitti sociali). Il risultato sarà il miglioramento dell’efficacia nella gestione delle aree protette dello spazio marino costiero, e la creazione di condizioni favorevoli alla tutela e valorizzazione degli ambiti naturali. Il progetto si propone di: Realizzare Piani di Azione per habitat e specie d’interesse comune e Modelli di pianificazione integrata e regolamentazione di aree protette e siti N2000 (Piani di gestione integrati); Mappare e valutare i servizi ecosistemici; attuare sistemi di contabilità ambientale, individuare green & blue jobs, migliorare la fruizione sostenibile. Beneficiari saranno: Enti pubblici, parchi e aree marine protette, turisti e popolazione, operatori economici. L’approccio comune è necessario per superare la settorializzazione delle azioni attuate dai vari soggetti responsabili della gestione/sviluppo dello spazio marino-costiero che, solo se riportate all’interno di una logica di sistema possono realmente essere efficaci. Il progetto risulta innovativo poiché, partendo da analisi di tipo scientifico, vuole dimostrare il valore aggiunto che, anche in termini economici, le aree naturali danno ai territori in essi ricompresi, delineando allo stesso tempo ulteriori opportunità di sviluppo nel campo dei blue e green jobs.
Description: Le défi commun de GIREPAM est l''amélioration et l''innovation de la gouvernance et de la gestion des zones marines côtières de la part des régions et des gestionnaires d''aires protégées, grâce à une stratégie d’ensemble des territoires, pour contribuer à arrêter la perte de biodiversité et la dégradation des services écosystémiques et adhérer à un schéma européen de développement économique «vert et bleu». L''objectif est une stratégie transfrontalière de gestion intégrée des réseaux écologiques marins côtiers, mise en œuvre par les Régions en réseau avec les parcs et aires marines protégées, pour développer des solutions aux problèmes les plus pressants (exploitation des ressources, pollution, fréquentation, conflits sociaux). Le résultat sera l’amélioration de l’efficacité dans la gestion des aires protégées de l''espace côtier et la création de conditions favorables à la protection et valorisation des espaces naturels. Le projet vise à: mettre en œuvre des Plans d''Action pour des habitats/espèces d''intérêt commun et des Modèles de planification intégrée et réglementations des Aires protégées et des sites N2000 (Plans de gestion intégrés); caractériser et évaluer les services écosystémiques; mettre en œuvre des systèmes de comptabilité environnementale, identifier des emplois «verts et bleus », améliorer l''utilisation durable. Les bénéficiaires seront: organismes publics, parcs et aires marines protégées, touristes et population, opérateurs économiques. L''approche commune est nécessaire pour faire face à la fragmentation des actions mises en œuvre par les différents organismes responsables de gestion de l''espace marin côtier qui, seulement si rapportées dans un contexte logique de système, peuvent être réellement efficaces. Le projet s’avère innovant car il tend à démontrer la valeur ajoutée que les espaces naturels donnent aux territoires, en termes économiques également, tout en définissant de nouvelles possibilités de développement des emplois «bleus et verts».

Thematic Information


Thematics: Climate change and biodiversity  Coastal management and maritime issues  Sustainable management of natural resources  
Specific Objective: Improve the effectiveness of public actions to preserve, protect, promote and develop natural and cultural heritage of the cooperation area
Thematic Objective: (6) preserving and protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency by:
Investment Priority: (6c) conserving, protecting, promoting and developing natural and cultural heritage


Project Summary


Project name (EN): Integrated Management of Ecological Networks through Parks and Marine Areas
Project name: Gestione Integrata delle Reti Ecologiche attraverso i Parchi e le Aree Marine
Project acronym: GIREPAM

Period: 2014-2020
Date of latest update: 2017-06-26

Web: http://interreg-maritime.eu/

Project start date: 2017-01-01
Project end date: 2020-01-01
Project status: Ongoing

Total budget/expenditure: EUR 5.687.604,37
European Union funding: EUR 4.834.463,71

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Lead Partner (EN): Regione Sardegna, Direzione Generale della Difesa Ambiente
Lead Partner: Regione Sardegna, Direzione Generale della Difesa Ambiente
Address: Cagliari, Italy
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Address: Bonifacio, France
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Address: 147 bd du Mercantour, Nice, France
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Website: https://www.departement06.fr/departement-des-alpes-maritimes-3.html
Address: Hyères, France
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Address: Sarzana, Italy
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Address: S.Margherita Ligure, Italy
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Address: Portoferraio, Italy
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Address: Livorno, Italy
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Address: Bastia, France
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Address: Corte, France
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Address: Torregrande, Italy
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Address: Galéria-Corsica, France
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Address: Genova, Italy
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