Project - Coastal Erosion Risk Management and Cross-border GOuvernance Actions

Description


Description (EN): MAREGOT is a project aimed at the prevention and joint management of risks deriving from coastal erosion in the cooperation area. This strategic project intends to initiate a shared planning action which, thanks to improved knowledge of erosion phenomena and coastal dynamics, will identify optimal solutions to manage the morphological and hydrodynamic characteristics of the coast. The main actors and recipients of the actions are Public Administrations with planning experience, research centres, private citizens involved in the integrated coast management and the population at large. This project will define a cross-border monitoring method by first carrying out a critical analysis of monitoring systems and existing data. It will identify the most effective methods to build a cross-border model with the help of experiences from other projects. In line with ICZM principles, it will consider geomorphological, anthropic, socio-economic and cultural factors and pay attention to the defence of soil and natural habitats. It will outline an innovative cross-border methodology to define strategies and action plans in response to the needs of the areas. The public administrations involved will acquire useful skills to manage the erosion phenomenon in an integrated manner and, using governance processes, will seek solutions to prevent risks and adapt to climate change. A cross-border approach is necessary because the natural dynamics of erosion phenomena transcend national administrative boundaries; they are common to the regions in the Programme and require a joint plan. To complete the cross-border strategy, this project will implement awareness-raising initiatives for the targets involved in the integrated coastal management.
Description: MAREGOT è un progetto finalizzato alla prevenzione e gestione congiunta dei rischi derivanti dall’erosione costiera nell’area di cooperazione. Il progetto strategico intende avviare un’azione di pianificazione condivisa che, grazie a una migliore conoscenza dei fenomeni erosivi e della dinamica dei litorali, individui soluzioni di intervento ottimali per la gestione del territorio in relazione alle caratteristiche morfologiche e idrodinamiche dalla costa. Principali attori e destinatari delle azioni sono le Pubbliche Amministrazioni con competenze in campo di programmazione, i centri di ricerca, i soggetti privati coinvolti nella gestione integrata della costa e la popolazione. A partire dall’analisi critica dei sistemi di monitoraggio e dei dati esistenti si definirà una metodologia transfrontaliera per il monitoraggio. Saranno identificate le metodologie più efficaci per la costruzione di un modello transfrontaliero valorizzando le esperienze, maturate anche durante progetti. In linea con i principi della GIZC, saranno considerati fattori geomorfologici, antropici, socioeconomici e culturali, con attenzione alla difesa del suolo e degli habitat naturali. Verrà delineata una metodologia innovativa transfrontaliera per definire le strategie e i piani di intervento in risposta alle esigenze dei territori. Le pubbliche amministrazioni coinvolte acquisiranno competenze utili a gestire in maniera integrata il fenomeno dell’erosione e, avvalendosi di processi di governance, cercheranno soluzioni per la prevenzione dei rischi e di adattamento ai cambiamenti climatici. L’approccio transfrontaliero è necessario poiché le dinamiche naturali legate ai fenomeni erosivi trascendono i confini amministrativi nazionali, sono comuni alle regioni del Programma e richiedono un approccio congiunto. Per completare la strategia transfrontaliera saranno attivate iniziative di sensibilizzazione per aumentare la consapevolezza dei target coinvolti nella gestione costiera integrata.
Description: MAREGOT est finalisé à la prévention et gestion conjointe des risques liés à l’érosion côtière dans l’espace transfrontalier du Programme Maritime. Le projet stratégique veut entreprendre une action partagée que, à travers une meilleure connaissance des phénomènes érosives et de la dynamique du littoral, identifie les solutions d’intervention pour une correcte gestion du territoire par rapport aux caractéristiques morpho-idrodynamique de la côte. Les acteurs principaux et les destinataires des interventions sont les administrations publiques avec compétences dans la programmation, les instituts de recherche, les sujets privés impliqués dans la gestion intégrée de la côte et la population. A travers une analyse critique des systèmes de monitorage et des données existantes on définira une méthodologie transfrontalière pour le monitorage. Les méthodologies les plus efficaces pour la construction d’un modèle de monitorage transfrontalier seront identifiés sur la base des expériences réalisées aussi dans le cadre de projets européennes. Dans la ligne de la stratégie IZCM seront considérés les aspects géomorphologiques, anthropiques, socio-economiques et culturelles avec l’attention à la défense du sol et des habitats naturelles. Une méthodologie innovant transfrontalière sera définie pour préparer les stratégies et les plans d’intervention en répondant à les exigences des territoires. L’approche transfrontalier est nécessaire parce que les dynamiques naturelles liées aux phénomènes érosives transcendent les limites administratives nationaux, sont communes à les régions du Programme et ont besoin de un approche conjoint. Afin de compléter la stratégie transfrontalière des initiatives de sensibilisation seront entreprises pour augmenter la conscience des principaux acteurs impliqués dans la gestion côtière intégrée.

Thematic Information


Thematics: Tourism  
Specific Objective: Improve the ability of state institutions to jontly prevent and manage some of the specific risks arising from climate change: hydrological risks, in particular in relation to flooding, coastal erosion and fires
Thematic Objective: (5) promoting climate change adaptation, risk prevention and management by:
Investment Priority: (5a) supporting investment for adaptation to climate change, including ecosystem-based approaches


Project Summary


Project name (EN): Coastal Erosion Risk Management and Cross-border GOuvernance Actions
Project name (Other language): MAnagement des Risques de l'Erosion cotière et actions de GOuvernance Transfrontalière
Project acronym: MAREGOT

Period: 2014-2020
Date of latest update: 2019-11-07

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

Project start date: 2017-02-01
Project end date: 2020-01-31
Project status: Ongoing

Total budget/expenditure: EUR 4.959.419,64
European Union funding: EUR 4.215.506,83

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Lead Partner (EN): Regione Liguria
Lead Partner: Regione Liguria
Address: Genova, Italy
Website: www.regione.liguria.it
Legal status: public

Address: Riomaggiore, Italy
Legal status: public
Website: www.parconazionale5terre.it
Address: Genova, Italy
Legal status: public
Website: www.unige.it
Address: Firenze, Italy
Legal status: public
Website: www.regione.toscana.it
Address: Firenze, Italy
Legal status: public
Website: www.unifi.it
Address: Cagliari, Italy
Legal status: public
Website: www.regione.sardegna.it
Address: Cagliari, Italy
Legal status: public
Website: www.unica.it
Address: Corte, France
Legal status: public
Website: www.oec.fr
Address: Bastia, France
Legal status: public
Website: www.brgm.fr
Address: Furiani, France
Legal status: public
Website: www.sdis2b.fr
Address: Toulon, France
Legal status: public
Website: www.var.fr
Address: Aix-en-Provence, France
Legal status: public
Website: www.conservatoire-du-littoral.fr

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