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Portugal

EU Member State (Euro-Area)

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Portugal Happiness
Happiness

5.93

0 unhappy, 10 happy

2020
The Happiness ranking is part of the World Happiness Report. The country scores are based on a survey in which respondents evaluate the quality of their current lives on a scale of 0 to 10.
Portugal Life expectancy
Life expectancy

80.68

years

2019
Life expectancy at birth indicates the number of years a newborn infant would live if prevailing patterns of mortality at the time of its birth were to stay the same throughout its life. Measure: years, Source: The World Bank
Portugal Political stability
Political stability

1.03

-2.5 weak, 2.5 strong

2020
The Political Stability Index and Absence of Violence/Terrorism measures perceptions of the likelihood that the government will be destabilized or overthrown by unconstitutional or violent means, including politically-motivated violence and terrorism. Measure: points; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Political rights
Political rights

1

7 weak, 1 strong

2020
The Political Rights ratings evaluate three categories: electoral process, political pluralism and participation, and the functioning of government. The index ranges from 1 (strong rights) to 7 (weak rights). Measure: points; Source: The Freedom House
Portugal Civil liberties
Civil liberties

1

7 weak, 1 strong

2020
The Civil Liberties index evaluate the following: freedom of expression and belief, associational and organizational rights, rule of law, and personal autonomy and individual rights. The rating ranges from 1 (strong liberties) to 7 (no liberties). Measure: points; Source: The Freedom House
Portugal Corruption
Corruption

61

100 = no corruption

2020
The Corruption Perceptions Index is an indicator of perceptions of public sector corruption, i.e. administrative and political corruption (based on information from surveys and assessments of corruption, collected by a variety of reputable institutions). Measure: points; Source: Transparency International
Portugal Population
Population

10.31

Million

2020
Total population is indicated in Millions and is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship. The values shown are midyear estimates. Measure: million; Source: United Nations Population Division
Portugal Population growth
Population growth

0.19

% growth / year

2020
Annual population growth rate for year t is the exponential rate of growth of midyear population from year t-1 to t, expressed as a percentage . Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship. Measure: percent; Source: United Nations Population Division
Portugal Population density
Population density

112

People per square km

2020
Population density is midyear population divided by land area in square kilometers. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship. Measure: people per square km; Source: Food and Agriculture Organization
Portugal Urban population
Urban population

66.31

% of total population

2020
Urban population refers to people living in urban areas as defined by national statistical offices. Measure: percent; Source: United Nations Population Division
Portugal Migrant population
Migrant population

8

% of total

2015
International migrant stock is the number of people born in a country other than that in which they live. It also includes refugees. Measure: percent; Source: United Nations Population Division
Portugal Economic growth
Economic growth

-8.44

% of GDP

2020
Economic growth is intended as the annual percentage growth rate of GDP at market prices based on constant local currency. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Foreign Direct Investment
Foreign Direct Investment

4.31

% of GDP

2019
Foreign direct investment are the net inflows of investment to acquire a lasting management interest in an enterprise operating in an economy other than that of the investor (new investment inflows less disinvestment). Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Exports
Exports

36.70

% of GDP

2020
Exports of goods and services represent the value of all goods and other market services provided to the rest of the world. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Government debt
Government debt

133.60

% of GDP

2020
Government debt includes domestic and foreign liabilities such as currency and money deposits, securities other than shares, and loans. It is the gross amount of government liabilities reduced by the amount of equity and financial derivatives held by the government.
Portugal Capital investment
Capital investment

18.75

% of GDP

2020
Capital investments are fixed assets including for example land improvements, plant, machinery, construction of roads, railways, schools, offices, hospitals, private residential, commercial and industrial buildings, etc. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Inflation
Inflation

-0.0

% yearly change

2020
Inflation as measured by the consumer price index reflects the annual percentage change in the cost to the average consumer of acquiring a basket of goods and services that may be fixed or changed at specified intervals, such as yearly. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Competitiveness
Competitiveness

70.40

0 weak, 100 strong

2019
The Global Competitiveness index is composed of 12 pillars of competitiveness: Institutions, Infrastructure, ICT adoption, Macroeconomic stability, Health, Skills, Product market, Labor market, Financial system, market size, Business, dynamism, and Innovation capability. Measure: points; Source: The World Economic Forum
Portugal R&D
R&D

1.35

% of GDP

2018
Gross domestic expenditures on research and development (R&D), expressed as a percent of GDP. They include both capital and current expenditures in the four main sectors: Business enterprise, Government, Higher education and Private non-profit. Measure: percent; Source: The United Nations
Portugal Shadow economy
Shadow economy

17.82

% of GDP

2015
The shadow economy as percent of total annual GDP. Source: Leandro Medina and Friedrich Schneider (2018).
Portugal Health spending
Health spending

9.41

% of GDP

2018
Level of current health expenditure expressed as a percentage of GDP including healthcare goods and services consumed during each year but does not including capital health expenditures such as buildings, machinery, IT and stocks of vaccines for emergency or outbreaks. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Education spending
Education spending

4.68

% of GDP

2018
General government expenditure on education is expressed as a percentage of GDP. It includes expenditure funded by transfers from international sources to government. General government usually refers to local, regional and central governments. Measure: percent; Source: UNESCO
Portugal Military spending
Military spending

2.14

% of GDP

2020
Military spending includes expenditure on peacekeeping, defense ministries, paramilitary forces, space activities, military and civil personnel, procurement, military research and development, and aid. Measure: percent; Source: Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
Portugal Unemployment
Unemployment

6.79

% of labor force

2020
Unemployment refers to the share of the labor force that is without work but available for and seeking employment. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Females unemployment
Females unemployment

7.15

% of female labor force

2019
Female unemployment refers to the share of the female labor force that is without work but available for and seeking employment. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Males unemployment
Males unemployment

5.80

% of male labor force

2019
Male unemployment refers to the share of the male labor force that is without work but available for and seeking employment. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Youth unemployment
Youth unemployment

18.29

% of 15-24 labor force

2019
Youth unemployment refers to the share of the labor force ages 15-24 without work but available for and seeking employment. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Cost of starting a business
Cost of starting a business

1.90

% of income per capita

2019
The cost of starting a business indicator includes all official fees and fees for legal or professional services if such services are required by law. The company law, the commercial code, and specific regulations and fee schedules are used as sources for calculating costs. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Tax rate
Tax rate

39.80

% of commercial profits

2019
Total tax rate measures the amount of taxes and mandatory contributions payable by businesses after accounting for allowable deductions and exemptions as a share of commercial profits. Personal income tax, VAT, sales taxes or goods and service taxes are excluded. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Number of taxes paid by businesses
Number of taxes paid by businesses

8

2019
Tax payments by businesses are the total number of taxes paid by businesses, including electronic filing. The tax is counted as paid once a year even if payments are more frequent. Measure: taxes; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Patent applications
Patent applications

703

by residents

2019
Patent applications are worldwide patent applications filed through the Patent Cooperation Treaty procedure or with a national patent office for exclusive rights for an invention. A patent provides protection for the invention to the owner of the patent for a limited period, generally 20 years. Measure: patent applications; Source: The World Intellectual Property Organization
Portugal Internet users
Internet users

78.26

% of population

2020
Internet users are individuals who have used the Internet (from any location) in the last 3 months. The Internet can be used via a computer, mobile phone, personal digital assistant, games machine, digital TV etc. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Land area
Land area

91606

sq. km

2020
Land area is a country's total area, excluding area under inland water bodies, national claims to continental shelf, and exclusive economic zones. In most cases the definition of inland water bodies includes major rivers and lakes. Measure: sq. km; Source: Food and Agriculture Organization
Portugal Agricultural land
Agricultural land

35740

sq. km.

2018
Agricultural land refers to the share of land area that is arable, under permanent crops, and under permanent pastures. Measure: sq. km; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Forest area
Forest area

33120.0

sq. km

2020
Forest area is land under natural or planted stands of trees of at least 5 meters in situ, whether productive or not, and excludes tree stands in agricultural production systems (for example, in fruit plantations and agroforestry systems) and trees in urban parks and gardens. Measure: percent; Source: Food and Agriculture Organization
Portugal Precipitation
Precipitation

854

mm per year

2017
Average precipitation is the long-term average in depth (over space and time) of annual precipitation in the country. Precipitation is defined as any kind of water that falls from clouds as a liquid or a solid. Measure: mm per year; Source: Food and Agriculture Organization
Portugal Roads quality
Roads quality

6.00

1 low, 7 high

2019
The Road quality indicator represents an assessment of the quality of roads in a given country based on data from the WEF Executive Opinion Survey. The respondents are asked to rate the roads in their country of operation on a scale from 1 (bad) to 7 (good). Measure: points; Source: The World Economic Forum
Portugal Railroads quality
Railroads quality

4.20

1 low, 7 high

2019
The Quality of railroad infrastrucutre indicator represents an assessment of the quality of the railroad system in a given country based on data from the WEF Executive Opinion Survey. The respondents are asked to rate the railroads in their country of operation on a scale from 1 (bad) to 7 (good). Measure: points; Source: The World Economic Forum
Portugal Air transport quality
Air transport quality

5.00

1 low, 7 high

2019
The Quality of air transport infrastructure indicator represents an assessment of the quality of airports in a given country based on data from the WEF Executive Opinion Survey. The respondents are asked to rate the passenger air transport in their country of operation on a scale from 1 (bad) to 7 (good). Measure: points; Source: The World Economic Forum
Portugal Energy imports
Energy imports

76.86

% total energy use

2015
Net energy imports are estimated as energy use less production, both measured in oil equivalents. A negative value indicates that the country is a net exporter. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Oil production
Oil production

0.00

thousand barrels / day

2020
Oil production. Measure: thousand Barrels Per Day; Source: The U.S. Energy Information Agency
Portugal Renewable power capacity
Renewable power capacity

11.38

million kilowatts

2020
Total capacity to produce electricity from renewable resources in million kilowatts. Source: The U.S. Energy Information Administration
Portugal Carbon dioxide emissions
Carbon dioxide emissions

4.84

metric tons per capita

2018
Carbon dioxide emissions are those stemming from the burning of fossil fuels and the manufacture of cement. They include carbon dioxide produced during consumption of solid, liquid, and gas fuels and gas flaring. Source: The World Bank. Measure: metric tons; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Bank branches
Bank branches

38.24

per 100,000 people

2019
Number of commercial bank branches per 100,000 adults. Measure: bank branches; Source: The International Monetary Fund
Portugal ATMs
ATMs

165.27

per 100,000 adults

2020
Number of ATMs per 100,000 adults. Automated teller machines are computerized telecommunications devices that provide clients of a financial institution with access to financial transactions in a public place. Measure: ATMs per 100,000 adults; Source: The World Bank
Portugal Homicides
Homicides

0.7

per 100,000 people

2017
Number of homicides per 100,000 people per year. Source: The UN office on drugs and crime
Portugal Robberies
Robberies

115

per 100,000 people

2017
Number of robberies per 100,000 people per year. Source: The UN office on drugs and crime
Portugal Suicides
Suicides

11.50

per 100,000 population

2019
Suicide mortality rate is the number of suicide deaths in a year per 100,000 population. Source: The World Health Organization
Portugal Prisoners
Prisoners

132

per 100,000 people

2017
Number of prisoners per 100,000 people. Source: The UN office on drugs and crime

Portugal Publications More

Rural
Four new rural regions will adopt the dRural digital platform ...
Press Release
June 4, 2024
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The EU-funded project dRural continues to extend its impact all over Europe through four new “mirror regions”- rural areas that will adopt the dRural digital platform to improve local markets. After the three pilo...
Open
LGBT
A Journey through the 5th Global Conference on Women’s Studies
Report
September 18, 2023
Acavent
Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges: Advancing Women's Studies and Gender Equality in a Global Platform
Open
Migration
Public narratives and attitudes towards refugees and other mig...
Policy Brief
June 8, 2023
odi.org
Public narratives and attitudes towards refugees and other migrants - Portugal country profile
Open
Migration
Public narratives and attitudes towards refugees and other mig...
Study
May 16, 2023
odi.org
Public narratives and attitudes towards refugees and other migrants - Portugal
Open
Culture
Prelude to a fairer music industry with Fair MusE’s kick-off...
Press Release
April 20, 2023
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An EU-funded project – Fair MusE – has been launched to help the music ecosystem become more fair and transparent at a time it struggles with the over-dominance of social media platforms and streaming services in ...
Open
Politics
Subcontratação: exploração desde a conceção combater o m...
Policy Brief
December 5, 2022
left.eu
Subcontratação: exploração desde a conceção combater o modelo de negócio por dumping social
Open
Research
Agenzia per la Promozione della Ricerca Europea - Rapporto Ann...
Report
July 6, 2022
apre.it
Agenzia per la Promozione della Ricerca Europea - Rapporto Annuale 2021
Open
Tourism
A link between past and future: TExTOUR's pilot forum in t...
Press Release
August 5, 2022
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Defying the flight service disruptions, lost luggages, heatwave and last-minute setbacks TExTOUR’s partners met in Foz Côa, in Portugal, on the 14th-15th of July for the pilot forum workshop. An intense two-day mee...
Open
Um novo olhar sobre a profissionalização dos orientadores profissionais
Open
Forests
Florestas, árvores e o alívio da pobreza na áfrica - resumo...
Publication
September 20, 2021
iufro.org
Florestas, árvores e o alívio da pobreza na áfrica - resumo expandido de políticas
Open
Institutions
Policy recommendations for the Portuguese Council Presidency: ...
Policy Brief
December 10, 2020
coleurope.eu
Policy recommendations for the Portuguese Council Presidency: between finishing unfinished business and setting its own mark
Open
Energy
Active Building Energy Performance Contracts: an overview of p...
Research Paper
September 18, 2020
buildup.eu
Active Building Energy Performance Contracts: an overview of policies and measures in place in Belgium, Spain, Italy and Portugal
Open
Migration
Mapping ReportonLegal Frameworks and Assistance Available to M...
Policy Brief
November 21, 2019
eige.europa.eu
Mapping ReportonLegal Frameworks and Assistance Available to Migrant Victims of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV)
Open
Biotechnology
Cork – High-tech flooring from nature
Consultation
February 26, 2018
youris.com GEIE
Are you thinking about renovating your house? Then the choice of flooring is certainly something you have already thought about. AllThings.Bio will answer the most important questions about different bio-based floorin...
Open
Health
A supercomputer will discover our future medicines
Publication
December 14, 2017
youris.com GEIE
Can you imagine a future where an exascale computer discovers new drugs faster, cheaper and with lower failure rates than today?
Open
Energy
Early-stage venture capital for energy innovation: Financing m...
Publication
October 27, 2017
iea.org
Early-stage venture capital for energy innovation: Financing models, trends and implications for policy
Open
On a global scale, e-commerce is growing at a phenomenal rate . Global e-commerce sales are expected to reach $4 trillion in 2020, up from $1.6 trillion in 2016 1 . However, this study shows that the majority of EU di...
Open
Cooperation
The EU's Framing of the Mediterranean (1990-2002): Buildin...
Research Paper
April 16, 2017
epthinktank.eu
The EU's Framing of the Mediterranean (1990-2002): Building a Euro-Mediterranean Partnership
Open
Fossil Energy
Securing the Energy Union: five pillars and five regions
Policy Paper
March 28, 2017
epthinktank.eu
Only a few years ago, nobody would have predicted that the then highly controversial Nord Stream pipeline under the Baltic Sea would have ended up actually reducing Russia’s ability to use gas supply ...
Open
Employment
Declining Youth Unemployment in Europe: The Effect of the Busi...
Policy Paper
June 28, 2017
ceps.eu
Declining Youth Unemployment in Europe: The Effect of the Business Cycle or the European Youth Guarantee?
Open
Digital
Harnessing the benefits of automation, connectivity and smart ...
Infographic
May 31, 2017
epthinktank.eu
Harnessing the benefits of automation, connectivity and smart mobility services
Open
Road freight vehicles are a key enabler of global economic activity and play an essential role in delivering all types of goods or commodities from their points of production to the factories and industries that use o...
Open
You would be forgiven, especially if you live in Europe, to think that public services are by nature expensive, inefficient, maybe even somewhat outdated, and that reforming them to adapt to new challenges is difficul...
Open
How consumer organisations can help people get a better energy deal
Open
Health
Adolescent obesity and related behaviours: trends and inequali...
Report
May 8, 2017
unric.org
Adolescent obesity and related behaviours: trends and inequalities in the WHO European Region, 2002–2014
Open
Justice
Administrative data collection on rape, femicide and intimate ...
Publication
May 3, 2017
eige.europa.eu
Administrative data collection on rape, femicide and intimate partner violence in EU Member States
Open
Home Affairs
The rise of post-national democracy: Macron, Brexit and the el...
Policy Recommendation
May 10, 2017
epc.eu
The rise of post-national democracy: Macron, Brexit and the electoral reform of the European Parliament
Open
The ranking shows that only three countries in Europe push in the right direction to deliver on the Paris climate agreement. Sweden tops the list, followed by Germany and France. Sweden scores the highest among all E...
Open
Energy
Reducing Energy Poverty With National Renovation Strategies: a...
Policy Paper
April 20, 2017
bpie.eu
Reducing Energy Poverty With National Renovation Strategies: a Unique Opportunity
Open
This study has been commissioned by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism to understand how news is being consumed in a range of countries. Research was conducted by YouGov using an online questionnaire...
Open
Migration
EU60 : Re-founding Europe the Responsibility to Propose Police...
Policy Paper
March 7, 2017
epthinktank.eu
EU60 : Re-founding Europe the Responsibility to Propose Police and Border Controls Cooperation at the Eu Level: Dilemmas, Opportunities and Challenges of a Differentiated Approach Guido Lessing 8
Open
On 29 March, nine months after the British electorate called for a withdrawal from the European Union, the British Government formally notified its intention to invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.
Open
Global oil and gas upstream investment fell by 25% in 2015 and by another 26% in 2016, affecting the major oil companies and smaller independents alike. In 2017 there are modest signs of recovery led by higher investm...
Open
Since the economic crisis in 2008, austerity has slowed the growth of wages in European countries. In the vast majority of EU countries, wage are stagnating or even decreasing.
Open
The European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance’s (EDAA) purpose is to support responsible advertising practices so consumers may enjoy transparency, choice and control online. The EDAA does this by delivering...
Open
Cannabis is the drug most often mentioned in reports of drug law offences in Europe. In 2014, the drug accounted for 57 % of an overall estimate of 1.6 million offences (EMCDDA, 2016). Cannabis is also Europe’s most...
Open
Brexit
Brexit - What Scotland thinks: summary of evidence and emergin...
Report
January 19, 2017
epc.eu
Brexit - What Scotland thinks: summary of evidence and emerging issues
Open
Renewable Energy
Good Energy named the most ethical energy supplier
Press Release
March 20, 2017
youris.com GEIE
The Good Shopping Guide, a website promoting Ethical Shopping and Ethical Business, has recently named our partner Good Energy the most ethical energy provider in the United Kingdom in 2016.
Open
Formed in January 2015, Vision Europe is a joint project of leading European foundations and think tanks — Bertelsmann Stiftung, Germany; Bruegel, Belgium; Chatham House, UK; CASE, Poland; Compagnia di San Paolo, It...
Open
Health
New test by European consumer organisations finds toxic subst...
Report
March 8, 2017
beuc.eu
New test by European consumer organisations finds toxic substances in fast food packaging
Open
Renewable Energy
BestRES project celebrates a successful first year of activity...
Press Release
March 15, 2017
youris.com GEIE
In March 2017 the H2020 funded project BestRES celebrates its first year of implementation.
Open
In its experience Caritas sees that migrants’ personalities and coping strategies are important factors influencing their integration process; in order for migrants to “feel integrated”, they need to acquire emp...
Open
Cities
Smart cities and innovative financing schemes
Publication
February 15, 2017
youris.com GEIE
Cities in Europe are experimenting new ways to invest in energy transition and finance green measures at local level. Innovative financing models are becoming a priority because of lack of public funding
Open
Cities
Fitting hot and cold climates into the “envelope”
Publication
February 7, 2017
youris.com GEIE
The “energy eater” European building stock is aiming for a greener future. Researchers are testing an “envelope” system combining active and passive technologies, fitted over the existing façade, to make buil...
Open
The Paris Agreement reached at COP21 in December 2015 was a major milestone capping more than two decades of global negotiations aimed at averting dangerous climate change. The outcome was reflective of greater accept...
Open
Energy
Large-scale Electricity Interconnection - Technology and prosp...
Report
November 10, 2016
iea.org
Large-scale Electricity Interconnection - Technology and prospects for cross-regional networks
Open
Energy
20 Years of Carbon Capture and Storage - Accelerating Future D...
Report
November 8, 2016
iea.org
20 Years of Carbon Capture and Storage - Accelerating Future Deployment
Open
During the period since the last International Energy Agency (IEA ) in-depth review (IDR) in 2011, Poland has continued to make progress in the development and implementation of energy policy.
Open
Renewable Energy
Industry under the sun
Publication
February 2, 2017
youris.com GEIE
A new approach to the renewability potential of Europe’s regions reveals unexpected opportunities for manufacturing
Open
Food
How safe is seafood?
Publication
December 23, 2016
youris.com GEIE
Seafood is the main component of European Christmas menus. But with rising concern about chemical pollution in the marine environment, is seafood safe to eat?
Open
Energy security has been the core of the International Energy Agency (IEA) mission since its foundation in 1974. At the time, the aim was to ensure the security of oil supplies amid geopolitical tensions. While the wo...
Open
Health
Annual award ceremony to celebrate excellence in scientific wr...
Press Release
November 9, 2016
emcdda.europa.eu
Annual award ceremony to celebrate excellence in scientific writing on illicit drugs
Open
Trade
Competition , Growth and Technological Diffusion in Europe’s...
Presentation
January 1, 2001
ecipe.org
Competition , Growth and Technological Diffusion in Europe’s Digital Economy: What is Europe’s Problem?
Open
Foreign-Affairs
‘Smart defense’ and ‘interoperability’: the future of ...
Infographic
October 25, 2016
euractiv.com
‘Smart defense’ and ‘interoperability’: the future of defense policy in Europe
Open
The International Energy Agency (IEA) and the International Union of Railways (UIC) are pleased to jointly publish the fth edition of the data handbook on “Energy Consumption and CO2 Emissions” in the global rail...
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INESC-ID, “Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores: Investigação e Desenvolvimento em Lisboa” is a Research and Development and Innovation Organization (R&D+i) in the fields of Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering. INESC-ID is a private not for-profit institution, registered in 1999, officially declared of public interest, owned by Instituto Superior Técnico (51%) and INESC – Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores (49%). From the reorganization of INESC, five R&D institutes were created: INESC-ID, INOV, INESC MN, INESC TEC and INESC Coimbra. INESC-ID’s research impact is focused on four Thematic Lines to which it makes the more relevant contributions: digital transformation and citizenship, life and health technology, energy transition, and security and privacy. These four Thematic Lines promote synergies among the eleven scientific areas in order to address today’s societal challenges: Artificial Intelligence for People & Society;  Automated Reasoning & Software Reliability; Intelligent Networks and Communication Systems; Distributed, Parallel and Secure Systems;  Graphics and Interaction; Green Energy & Smart converters; High Performance Computing Architectures and Systems; Human Language Technologies; Information & Decision Support Systems; Nano-Electronic Circuits & Systems; and Sustainable Power Systems. INESC-ID promotes cooperation between academia and industry by addressing research on daily life issues, such as healthcare, space, mobility, human language technologies, agri-food, industry , and smart grids. This high level of knowledge transfer is achieved through both competitive research projects and direct contracted research. Therefore, public and private entities have access to a pool of knowledge, resources and services provided through the unique competencies available at the institution. As an Associate Laboratory since 2004, INESC-ID has an additional responsibility to assist public and private entities facing scientific, health, environmental, cultural, social, economic or political challenges, and to be an active participant in the process of defining the required policies, public or otherwise, to address those challenges. INESC-ID was evaluated in 2018, like all other Portuguese R&D units, by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT). FCT awarded the grade of Excellent, the highest, not only in the overall classification but also in each and every one of the items under evaluation: quality, merit, relevance and internationalization of the R&D activities; merit of the team; appropriateness of objectives, strategy, plan of activities and organization. INESC-ID was identified by FCT as one of the top 10 Portuguese research units attracting projects and funding from the European Union. INESC-ID has been very active in participating in R&D+i projects within European Union research projects. This participation has covered all relevant programmes and instruments in the areas within which INESC-ID has expertise, from the more fundamental research to the applied one and encompassing training and strategic initiatives.
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The Commission for the Protection of the Elderly is a voluntary social association for the support and dissemination of issues about aging and the elderly.
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Vision The idMEC vision is to be among the most renowned international mechanical engineering research centres in selected topics within energy, transport technologies, and aeronautics. Mission The mission of idMEC is three-fold: to develop both fundamental and applied research, to provide education and disseminate knowledge, and to engage in the industrial development and provide know-how to the community in the fields of mechanical engineering. The role of IDMEC is to create new scientific knowledge using fundamental research, to develop know-how and competences in applied research in order to engage in the advanced education of young researchers and engineers, and in the scientific dissemination of knowledge and know-how (through publications, conferences, workshops and scientific meetings), thereby promoting exchanges between individuals and institutions and to foster both research, engineering and education.
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Municipality working on public issues and governance 
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With over 100 years of history, the University of Porto is a leading teaching and scientific research institution in Portugal and worldwide. Considered the best Portuguese University and one of the best 100 European institutions according to the most important Higher Education rankings, U.Porto combines quality teaching and excellent research with the best academic experience.
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Centro InterCulturaCidade is an independent not-for-profit association working on the valuing of arts and cultural diversity as a tool for social an economic inclusion and for intercultural citizenship. Other topics covered by its works are on community cohesion, local development, non-formal education, community media, social entrepreneurship and international cooperation. The association is located in the historical district of Poço dos Negros / S. Bento (a reference area for the Cape- Verdean migrant community in Lisbon)The Centre opened its doors in 2004 as a key-element of an EU-funded project (EQUAL Initiative) focussing on preventing discrimination and ethnic and racial discrimination and managed by a development partnership of public and private organizations. In 2010 it was only formally established as an association due to the an initiative of people from various nationalities and backgrounds who joined forces to keep it running after the end of the EU-funded project.Today, Centro InterCulturaCidade is a member of relevant networks in Portugal and internationally: ALDA (Association for Local Democracy in Europe) Animar (Portuguese Association for Local Development), Rede DLBC Lisboa (Lisbon network for community-led local development), CNJAP – Portuguese Confederation of Young Farmers and Rural Deveopment, Citizens for Europe, and works in co-operation with other networks and structures, namely Junta de Freguesia da Misericórdia (Local authority in Lisbon), Sebrae, Casa Grande Foundation and Sertão Pop Produções(Brazil), Centro Cultural Padre Mugica and UNA-Universidad Nacional de las Artes (Argentina),Criatura and ACACV(Cape Verde). In the period 2014 /2018 ACI took part in the launching of the informal network of European Intercultural Centres (a project inspired and supported by the Council of Europe through its Intercultural Cities Programme). More recently, it has also joined the networking initiative “European Hub for Civic Engagement”, coordinated by the Berlin-based Progressive Zentrum and joined the Lisbon-based Project “Diários de Migrantes” (Migrants` Diaries) in ;                                                                                            ..............................................                                                                                                                  More info:   ;                                                                                  International exchanges and partnerships most welcomed!      
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is rooted in Europe, where comfort slows down change. In the face of an ecological crisis and increasing polarization, we believe in the transforming power of public space. Through design, we unlock urban potentials, emancipate the individual, overcome opposition,invite participation, and support cultural flourishing. We strive for meaning, inspiration, and new visions for public spaces.
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CEiiA is a Centre of Engineering and Product Development that designs, develops and operates innovative products in the mobility industries, namely Automotive and Urban Mobility, Aeronautics, Ocean and Space. We are one of the 10 largest R&D investors in Portugal. Currently, we are an international reference in the sustainable mobility area and recognized in the aeronautical world for our skills in design and structural engineering.​
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The NOVA Cidade – Urban Analytics Lab is a network of people and organizations, promoted by NOVA IMS, representing the protagonists of the construction of smart cities and territories, which collaboratively develops a set of activities that aim to promote the creation and transfer of knowledge applied in the context of urban intelligence aiming to actively contribute to the construction of smart and sustainable cities and territories. Based on information management and data science and involving local government, academia and industry, we aim to actively contribute to the fulfillment of SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities and Communities of the United Nations, in particular to ensure that those who live, work or visit cities sustainability, inclusion, resilience and security in the multiple dimensions of urban intelligence , with emphasis on responding to the climate emergency, promoting decarbonisation and the energy transition in a move to the circular economy.
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Lisboa E-Nova – Energy and Environment Agency of Lisbon is a private non-profit association whose purpose is to promote the sustainable development of Lisbon and its metropolitan area.By incorporating measures to adapt to climate change and actions to mitigate it, as well as supporting innovation and the development of projects that enable greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to be reduced, Lisboa E-Nova is working towards achieving a low carbon city and one that is less vulnerable to the effects of the future climate.
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This Action encompasses the creation of a European-led multidisciplinary network from countries showing higher NEET youth rates in rural areas. Rural NEETs’ Youth Network (RNYN) aims at developing a model of comprehension for rural NEETs’ social exclusion risk and protective factors based on the bioecological model. It focuses on three specific goals: (1) upholding future research capability, with an emphasis on Early Career Investigators (ECI) and Inclusiveness Target Countries (ITC); (2) creating a rural NEETs’ online observatory; (3) fostering knowledge use by policy makers and practitioners. The RNYN work plan will be produced by 3 working groups; it will contribute to define a coherent model for future research, based on an intensive survey of national and cross-national trends regarding rural NEETs’ profile and support systems, as well as methodological and intervention best-practices in the field. RNYN added value stems from an eclectic theoretical, disciplinary, institutional and international approach and in upskilling ECI in ITC that are more affected by high rural NEET rates. In the long run, RNYN’s scientific impact will lead to the creation of a rural NEETs’ observatory, integrating ECI in a broad multidisciplinary community and strengthening the COST Inclusiveness Policy. Long-term socio-economic impact is expected to be translated into (in)ternational legislation to tackle rural NEETs’ needs and promote sectoral innovations. RNYN is a timely proposal by creating networks/platforms to organize findings, connect critical mass dealing with rural NEETs and build up research capacity. It is also socially relevant, by aiming at informing policies and on-the-ground practices.
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TRG (The Research Gate) creates a platform for exchanging ideas and sharing best practices; welcome all participants from around the world to attend the Nursing Practice & Healthcare 2021 Conference to be held in Orlando, USA during Orlando October 7-8, 2021. Theme: Strategies to handle emerging challenges in healthcare during pandemic & next new normal: A road map to the evolution of nursing practices in health care industry NPHC2021 provides quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method research presentations on various topics related to nursing and health ; This conference is aimed at providing evidence-based strategies, collaborative action-plans to empower us to make the necessary changes in order to manage the stress, protect our health and well-being.
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The Institute of Public Policy – Lisbon (IPP) is a think tank of academic origin, which acts in a nonpartisan manner, being independent of any economic, social, political, religious or other interests.We intend to promote a society in which the public debate is more enlightened and the political decision processes more rigorous and informed.Our mission is to contribute to the continuous improvement of the analysis and public debate of institutions and public policies with particular emphasis on Portugal and Europe, through the creation and dissemination of relevant research.We are a multi-disciplinary think tank that seeks to combine economic analysis with political science by developing our work in four key areas of research and debate: European Union economic policy; Public finance and good governance; Democracy and accountability; Social policy.The work of our researchers is presented to the public debate through our own series of publications and regular interventions in the press. We are also strongly committed to strength the scientific and cultural exchange between researchers and institutions in the areas of similarity and in the context of the common problems linking Portugal to Europe and to Portuguese-speaking countries, as well as, secondarily, to the United States of America.
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School of Technology - Polytechninc Institute of Setúbal
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Located in Lisbon's center, Lusófona University is a unique space for higher education .
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The World Institute for Advanced Research and Science (WIARS) is an entity with international scopus, devoted to conduct research and developments around the world, providing professional services for the best and wide distribution of scientific knowledge. Our Mission is to serve society with initiatives and promote, in broader sense, the Social Sciences fields such as Psychology, Education, Sociology and Management. Our main goals reside in the reinforcement of science education by promotion and cooperation, to increase public engagement with important science fields for the community and corporations. WIARS is open to all who seek knowledge through activities and quality publications, for those who wish to actively participate in our conferences and integrate our community worldwide.
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Marcharh Organization operates through an international association in support of the initiatives and projects orientated towards sustainable solutions. Marcharh Non-profit Initiative Centre for Sustainable Solutions (MICS) fosters unity between different skilled parties working towards a common Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) cause.
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The city Council is the collegiate executive organ of each of the Portuguese municipalities. The term "City Council" also applies to all departments and services of the municipal ;As an executive organ of the municipality, the city Council is responsible for the daily management and planning of the Council's direction.   
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The Higher School of Technology and Management of Lamego is an institution of higher education, an organic unit of IPV - Instituto Politécnico de Viseu, which has undergraduate courses in Informatics, Telecommunications, Accounting, Management, Administration, Tourism and Social Work.
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More than 19% of Portuguese GDP is due to public procurement and hence priority should begiven to improve adopted practices with the objective of meeting the new challenges offinancial stability and sustainable growth of Portugal.
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 Geoclube is a Youth Association founded in 2000 by a group of teachers and students from the highschool of Gondomar.The main objective of the association is to foster the active participation and the involvement of young people in the decision making process of their education and their future. Moreover, Geoclube – Youth Association aims to create opportunities for young people to be active, to participate and to have special interest in issues that concern directly their future, such as Education, Politics, Economics, Social problems and Environment related issues.We have two offices, one in the House of Volunteering of the Municipality of Gondomar. The second office is located inside social housing where we are partners in a social inclusion project. Our main target group are young people from 12 years old to young adults until 35 years old and also all the educational community that is involved in the education system: parents, teachers, counselors, social workers and others.Despite Geoclube’s office was located inside the high school of Gondomar for many years, recently we moved to a bigger office in the city center of Gondomar, where we can reach a wider percentage of population and have a bigger room for activities like workshops, trainings, and mentor young interns from different areas. This also improved greatly the visibility of our NGO amongst young people and local community in general.For a more effective work, we established partnerships with local private and public Institutions from Gondomar’s local community, such as: Agrupamento de Escolas nº1 de Gondomar - High School of Gondomar; CINDOR - Vocational and Professional Training School of Jewelry and Gold handcraft; Câmara Municipal de Gondomar - Municipality of Gondomar; União de Freguesias de Gondomar, Valbom e Jovim - Local Parish of Gondomar, Valbom e Jovim; Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Gondomar - Holy House of Mercy of Gondomar.Our Youth Association os also part of: RNAJ - National Network of Youth Associations - 2008-00118; FNAJ - National Federation of Local Youth Associations; FAJDP - Federation of Youth Associations of Porto District; Anna Lindh Foundation - Portuguese Network; Eurodesk Portugal Multiplier and House of the Volunteer of Gondomar.With these local partnerships, we intend to enlarge our scope of action, promoting an integrated approach with the cooperation of all the institutions and community in order to promote the active participation and inclusion of young and adult people in the society. This process will increase the motivation and the positive expectations among young and adults providing them the self-confidence necessary for pursuing a better future and different professional opportunities.Plus, Geoclube has participated and is still participating very actively in several national and international Projects with Youth in Action programme and Erasmus+ programme, concerning youth participation, active citizenship, democracy, entrepreneurship, social inclusion and ; We are also part of international networks: Involved Youth Coalition Network from Romania; IDA - International Development Alliance, from Bulgaria; TDM2000 International from Sardenia, Italy; DYPALL Network from Portugal.
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EUCED - European Economic Interest Grouping, as per EU Council Regulation nr. 2137/85, is a legal non-profit entity established for european and worldwide economic and development operations. It is accredited as a EU Interest Representative, representing 95 Members and Associates in 60 countries (35 of which in Europe).Statutory categories:a- FULL MEMBERS (from countries within the European Union and the E.E.A.) b- ASSOCIATE MEMBERS (from countries outside the European Union and the E E A, with exceptions)c- COOPERATION PARTNERSThe following legal organizations can become members: Full, Associate or Partner, according to their country location: Regional and Local Authorities, Academia and Institutes, Tech. Centers, Development Agencies, NGO´s, Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Public and Private Companies and Businesses, Entrepreneurs, etc. 
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Associação Portuguesa de Nutrição (Portuguese Association of Nutrition) is a private, non-profit organization. The main purpose of the Association is to develop the professional and technical-scientific interests of its members. Our scientific area is food and nutrition. 
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FRCT - Fundo Regional para a Ciência e Tecnologia (Azores/Portugal)FRCT - Regional Fund for Science and Technology (Azores/Portugal)
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The Douro Intermunicipal Community (CIMDOURO) is a association of municipalities, and a NUTS3 subregion of the North of Portugal.It
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We are a company dedicated to vocational training with over 20 years experience in community funds. Come experience our services.We are a company dedicated to vocational training with over 20 years experience in community funds. Come experience our services.We are a company dedicated to vocational training with over 20 years experience in community funds. Come experience our services.
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WavEC Offshore Renewables is a private nonprofit association created in 2003 to develop its activities in three areas: applied research, consulting, and pro bono activities, characteristic of a private non-profit organization, namely the dissemination and promotion of opportunities associated with the early development of marine renewable energy in the country, among companies, the public administration and the general public, and also the training of young people within curricular internship and advanced training, including Master
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The University of Coimbra, the oldest institution of higher education in Portugal and one of the oldest in the world. The Faculty offers, as 1st cycle, an undergraduate course in Sport Science. The practical component of subjects is often linked with outdoor activities, based also on the proximity of the river and mountains surrounding the city area..And have post-graduation programmes, the follow masters courses: Biokinetics; Physical Education Teachers Training; Exercise and Health for Special Populations; Youth Sports; Leisure and Local Development. As 3rd Bologna cycle there is a Ph.D. tutorial course on Sport Sciences and Physical Education, with three specialities: Physical Education; Physical Activity; and Sports Science. The Faculty also participate in European programmes, like Erasmus and Leonardo da Vinci and also promote the Coimbra Network of Sport Sciences.
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Instituto de Telecomunicações (it) is a private, not-for-profit organization, of public interest, a partnership of eight institutions with research and development in the field of Telecommunications.
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International Conference on Structures and Architecture - ICSA2013  presents the research and developments on the merging of architecture and structural engineering.The conference will facilitate the meeting of international participants interested in the recent advances in the art, practice and theory of designing and building infrastructures in which the structural and architectonic values are consciously combined and the contribution of each other is mutually enhanced.University of Minho is responsible for the organization of the event.
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 The Polytechnic Institute of Guarda (IPG) is an Institution of Higher Education oriented to student’s formation, research and investigations activities, services to the community and cultural, scientific and technical exchange.The IPG is a higher education establishment based on quality educative aims, new technologies and modern languages. We have four Superior Schools that offer studies in several areas: Education; Health; Tourism; Technology and Management.In the current academic year, this institution has about 3500 and over 250 teachers.The Polytechnic Institute of Guarda has been developing academic, scientific and cultural cooperation activities with other institutions. This cooperation is not only at a national level, but also at an international level. Agreements were made with some institutions to cooperate with IPG in several activities, like mobility programmes or development of specific projects.IPG is a higher education institution located in the inland of Portugal in a medium size city where students have a strong academic tradition. Due to the increase both of the incoming Erasmus students and teaching or staff mobility these last years, all academic community is already familiarized with foreign people, and are always willing to help them in every occasions. 
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The University of Minho is currently among the most prestigious institutions of higher education in Portugal and has also been gradually assert itself on the international scene. Founded in 1973, it has two large poles: the Gualtar capus, in Braga, and the Azurém campus in Guimarães.
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A Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação foi criada em 5 de Novembro de 1980, sendo pois uma das mais jovens Faculdades da Universidade de Coimbra. Encontra-se actualmente instalada no Colégio de S.to Agostinho, bem como no edifício da Farmácia dos Ex- HUC enquanto aguarda pela construção de instalações próprias e definitivas no Pólo II da UC.Acolhe neste ano cerca de 1800 alunos distribuídos por um Mestrado Integrado (Psicologia), duas licenciaturas (Ciências da Educação e Serviço Social), diversos cursos de Pós-Graduação, Mestrado e Doutoramento.O sucesso educativo e os bons índices de empregabilidade resultantes do empenho do corpo docente e do apoio incondicional de trabalhadores não docentes contribuem decisivamente para o numero cada vez mais elevado de alunos que a procuram sobretudo para realizar a sua formação avançada, representando os estudantes do 3º Ciclo cerca de 10% do total.
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The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) is the leading authority on illicit drugs in the European Union. The Lisbon-based agency provides independent, scientific evidence and analysis on all aspects of this constantly changing threat to individual lives and wider society. Its work contributes to EU and national policies to protect Europe’s citizens from drug-related harms. Inaugurated in Lisbon in 1995, it is one of the EU’s decentralised agencies.
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The e-GEO, Centre of Geographical and Regional Planning Studies, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, founded in 1981, integrates 70 researchers, of which 27 Ph.D. Most of the researchers belong to the teaching staff or are former students of the Department of Geography and Regional Planning of the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, the Home Institution.
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The Madeira Chemistry Research Centre (CQM) of the University of Madeira (Madeira Island, Portugal) is instrumental for the implementation of R&D activities in Chemistry and Biochemistry in the Autonomous Region of Madeira, promoting, side by side, postgraduate formation, interaction with other Unities of R&D National and International and supplying services to the scientific and industrial community.Currently, the CQM develops its R&D activities in the areas of Natural Products and of Materials and it is organized in two interdisciplinary groups of research (Natural Products and Materials) and five laboratories.
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III World Finance Conference(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)Conference Date: (2 -4 July 2012)Keynote Speaker: Frankelin Allen –Nippon Life Professor of Finance and Professor of Economics Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania Welcome to the III World Finance Conference. The aim of Conference is to establish a high quality discussion forum in all finance subjects, for the academics, professional society and practitioners.The conference will provide the opportunity to present research work in the field of all finance areas. Papers on any topic related to finance will be considered. You are also invited to volunteer to participate as discussants, session chairs, reviewers and members of the program committee.As part of the conference, it will be organized a Doctoral Tutorial for PhD students. Call for papers: 12 December 2011
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The Polytechnic Institute of Bragança (IPB) is a high education institution founded in 1983, currently divided into five autonomous schools: Agrarian and Bioscience School, School of Education, School of Technology, School of Communication and Tourism and Health School. IPB has enrolled 7000 students in 2016. Internationalization is an important concern not only confined to the European context. Joint research, technical studies and expert based advisory are regularly performed by research staff
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The Wave Energy Centre (WavEC) is a non-profit organisation, founded in 2003 dedicated to the development and promotion of Ocean Wave Energy through technical and strategic support to companies, R&D institutions and public entities. The Centre also strives to collaborate with companies and other institutions outside Portugal that recognise the necessity of International Cooperation, in particular those who seek an association with Portuguese companies / institutions.
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INSTICC is a scientific, non-profit association whose goals are to develop and disseminate knowledge and perform activities in the areas of information systems and technologies, control and communications, including developing research projects, software engineering, conference organization, consulting, book and journal publishing, as well as other relevant activities.
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ISR-UC is a research and technological transfer institute associated with the University of Coimbra, which has participated and coordinated several European projects in the area of energy efficiency, decentralized generation and RES, both in buildings and industry. ISR-UC has also been giving support to regional and local energy authorities and to national energy agency
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Smart Regions: Project “ARIEM+” helps Spain and Portugal fight fires
10 Jul 2024
EUinmyRegion
Climate change is making natural disasters across the European Union more frequent and intense. In the last five years, wildfires in Spain and Portugal have devastated nearly one million hectares of land. Managed from an Emergency Center in Galicia, this Spanish region together with Castilla y León and the North of Portugal have created an emergency plan to prevent and respond to major disasters such as floods, heavy storms, and wildfires. The project aims to benefit some 600.000 people. With the new project underway, coordinated communications, training and new technology equipment will now allow Spain and Portugal to join forces when an emergency strikes. The Cohesion Policy Fund provided 75% of the €4m ARIEM+ budget, while the rest was funded by the regions of Galicia, Castilla y León and the North of Portugal. For more information on EU regional policy, please visit our website: https://europa.eu/!Yy67HF Follow us on: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EUinmyregion - Twitter: https://twitter.com/euinmyregion - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/euinmyregion/
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maritime Greening Award Initiative: Stewardship of the Seas
Greening Award Initiative: Stewardship of the Seas
4 Jul 2024
EMSA Lisbon
The Greening Award Initiative aims to celebrate the sustainability actions that are carried out and developed across more than 300 authorities that make up the European Coast Guard community. The Initiative is jointly organised by the three European agencies tasked with supporting national authorities carrying out Coast Guard Functions: the European Fisheries Control Agency (EFCA), the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), and the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex). It recognises projects and activities developed by authorities carrying out Coast Guard Functions which empower a green transition, contribute to a more sustainable future, and which directly or indirectly support the goals of the European Green Deal. The application period for the 2024 edition closed on 31 March. Presented here are the finalists in the Stewardship of the Seas category, a new category that showcases finalist entries with a special link to the protection of marine life.
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power Portugal's power grid: investments, #renewables, #digitalisation and more #grids4speed
Portugal's power grid: investments, #renewables, #digitalisation and more #grids4speed
3 Jul 2024
Eurelectric
Europe's electrical grids need to keep up with the ongoing transformation of the energy system and to help deliver on the energy transition. As we are moving towards a more decentralised and flexible system, with more heat pumps, EVs, and solar panels on our roofs, the grid needs to be ready for additional capacity to come. In this video, João Martins de Carvalho, explains ‪E-REDES‬‬‬‬ 's #Grids4Speed strategy in Portugal. Download the #grids4speed report here: https://powersummit2024.eurelectric.org/grids-for-speed/
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power Portugal's power grid: investments, #renewables, #digitalisation and more #grids4speed
Portugal's power grid: investments, #renewables, #digitalisation and more #grids4speed
3 Jul 2024
Eurelectric
Europe's electrical grids need to keep up with the ongoing transformation of the energy system and to help deliver on the energy transition. As we are moving towards a more decentralised and flexible system, with more heat pumps, EVs, and solar panels on our roofs, the grid needs to be ready for additional capacity to come. In this video, João Martins de Carvalho, explains ‪E-REDES‬‬‬‬ 's #Grids4Speed strategy in Portugal. Download the #grids4speed report here: https://powersummit2024.eurelectric.org/grids-for-speed/
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maritime Greening Award Initiative: Greening Operations
Greening Award Initiative: Greening Operations
3 Jul 2024
EMSA Lisbon
The Greening Award Initiative aims to celebrate the sustainability actions that are carried out and developed across more than 300 authorities that make up the European Coast Guard community. The Initiative is jointly organised by the three European agencies tasked with supporting national authorities carrying out Coast Guard Functions: the European Fisheries Control Agency (EFCA), the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), and the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex). It recognises projects and activities developed by authorities carrying out Coast Guard Functions which empower a green transition, contribute to a more sustainable future, and which directly or indirectly support the goals of the European Green Deal. The application period for the 2024 edition closed on 31 March. Presented here are the finalists in the Greening Operations category, which encompasses operational actions and projects that have led to an improved environmental footprint. Actions and projects that have engaged and involved communities internal and external to the submitting organisation are covered by this category, as are collaborative actions which may involve knowledge transfer inside or outside the organisation.
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maritime Greening Award Initiative: Outreach and awareness raising
Greening Award Initiative: Outreach and awareness raising
3 Jul 2024
EMSA Lisbon
The Greening Award Initiative aims to celebrate the sustainability actions that are carried out and developed across more than 300 authorities that make up the European Coast Guard community. The Initiative is jointly organised by the three European agencies tasked with supporting national authorities carrying out Coast Guard Functions: the European Fisheries Control Agency (EFCA), the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), and the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex). It recognises projects and activities developed by authorities carrying out Coast Guard Functions which empower a green transition, contribute to a more sustainable future, and which directly or indirectly support the goals of the European Green Deal. The application period for the 2024 edition closed on 31 March. Presented here are the finalists in the Outreach and Awareness Raising category, which showcases the public-facing activities that authorities engaged in Coast Guard Functions have activated on sustainability themes.
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maritime Greening Award Initiative: Greening Operations
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3 Jul 2024
EMSA Lisbon
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power Portugal's power grid: investments, #renewables, #digitalisation and more #grids4speed
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30 Jun 2024
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EMSA Lisbon
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24 May 2024
European Investment Bank
The president of the European Investment Bank Nadia Calviño started the week in Warsaw where she had very fruitful meetings with Prime Minister Tusk as well as the Finance and Foreign Affairs ministers on current European priorities and our important investments in Poland. We announced new financing for the country’s first satellite programme and also visited an impressive EIB financed leader in healthtech, developing new methods to fight infectious diseases. In Cannes, alongside our partners at the European Commission, we signed new agreements to strengthen Europe’s cultural and creative businesses with a focus on the audiovisual sector. Vice President Beer participated in a strategic meeting in Brussels to secure a sustainable supply of Critical Raw Materials, essential for the green and digital transitions. And we close the week in Portugal, with fruitful meetings with the ministers of Finance and Economy and the majors of Lisbon and Porto, to reinforce our financial support for climate-resilient infrastructure. President Calviño visited some of the EIB financed projects and saw first-hand the impact on the ground of our investments, putting Europe´s capital to work for the benefit of future generations. --------------------------------- Visit our website: https://www.eib.org Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EuropeanInvestmentBank Twitter: https://twitter.com/eib LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/european-investment-bank Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/europeaninvestmentbank/
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regions Hydroscape Lisbon – NEB Prizes 2024 Runner-up
Hydroscape Lisbon – NEB Prizes 2024 Runner-up
23 May 2024
EUinmyRegion
New European Bauhaus Prizes 2024 Rising Stars runner-up in the category: Reconnecting with nature Location: Lisbon, Portugal Lisbon is characterised by the river Tagus, watercourses and its topography. The project, consists of the design of an urban park and a water treatment center opening the harbour to the public, celebrating urban water resources and bringing attention to important issues of urban living and sustainability. How can water, act as a future tool for climate change, a binder and public space for Lisbon? The aim is to reformulate the relationship with water in a territorial as well as human scale. For more information please visit: https://prizes.new-european-bauhaus.europa.eu/ Follow us on: Instagram: @NewEuropeanBauhaus Facebook: @NewEuropeanBauhaus LinkedIn: @New European Bauhaus Threads: @NewEuropeanBauhaus #EUGreenDeal #NewEuropeanBauhaus For more information on EU regional policy, please visit our website: https://europa.eu/!Yy67HF Follow us on: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EUinmyregion - Twitter: https://twitter.com/euinmyregion - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/euinmyregion/
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cities Porto - A magnet for talent
Porto - A magnet for talent
14 May 2024
Eurocities
The TERA strategy (an acronym for Talent, Evolve, Retain and Attract) aims to attract, develop and retain talent in the city. The council provides knowledge about the labour market and implements promotional actions to attract skilled workers. Porto enhances this work ecosystem through initiatives that bring together that talent with academia and companies to boost skills. Finally, to retain skilled people, the city enhances the careers of those who live, study and work in Porto. -- ​ With Eurocities, it’s all in our name: we connect Europe and cities. We are convinced that this connection leads to a better life for all. ​ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EUROCITIES ​ Give us a like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EUROCITIES ​ Check out our Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/eurocities/​ And visit our website for updated information about European cities: https://www.eurocities.eu ​ --- ​ Eurocities wants to make cities places where everyone can enjoy a good quality of life, is able to move around safely, access quality and inclusive public services and benefit from a healthy environment. We do this by networking almost 200 larger European cities, which together represent some 130 million people across 38 countries, and by gathering evidence of how policy making impacts on people to inspire other cities and EU decision makers.
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power Portugal's power grid: investments, renewables, digitalisation and more #Grids4Speed
Portugal's power grid: investments, renewables, digitalisation and more #Grids4Speed
13 May 2024
Eurelectric
Europe's electrical grids need to keep up with the ongoing transformation of the energy system and to help deliver on the energy transition. As we are moving towards a more decentralised and flexible system, with more heat pumps, EVs, and solar panels on our roofs, the grid needs to be ready for additional capacity to come. In this video, João Martins de Carvalho, explains @E-REDES 's #Grids4Speed strategy in Portugal. Read more about why we need #Grids4Speed to ensure a successful energy transition: https://cdn.eurelectric.org/media/6622/report-block-1_part-1-grid-capacity_final-draft_3082023-h-111D92FF.pdf?_gl=1*1r1w8jl*_ga*NjE2NDU1MjQ2LjE3MDIzODM0NDE.*_ga_CB82F90MQ6*MTcwNjE4MDMzNy42OS4wLjE3MDYxODAzMzcuNjAuMC4w Subscribe to our newsletter: https://www.eurelectric.org/newsletters-subscription/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/eurelectric/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Eurelectric #electricity #electrification #decarbonisation #energy #energytransition
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energy Make 2024 a Turning Point for Clean Cooking & Mobilising Greater Commitment - Português
Make 2024 a Turning Point for Clean Cooking & Mobilising Greater Commitment - Português
12 May 2024
International Energy...
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energy Making Clean Cooking an African Policy Priority - Português
Making Clean Cooking an African Policy Priority - Português
12 May 2024
International Energy...
#energy #energytransitions
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energy Scaling up Finance for Clean Cooking in Africa - Português
Scaling up Finance for Clean Cooking in Africa - Português
12 May 2024
International Energy...
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energy Catalysing Multi-stakeholder Partnerships - Português
Catalysing Multi-stakeholder Partnerships - Português
12 May 2024
International Energy...
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energy Opening Remarks & Responding to Shifting Labour Dynamics - Português
Opening Remarks & Responding to Shifting Labour Dynamics - Português
4 May 2024
International Energy...
#energy #energytransitions
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energy Advancing Gender Equality - Português
Advancing Gender Equality - Português
4 May 2024
International Energy...
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energy Engaging People as Active Participants & Closing Remarks - Português
Engaging People as Active Participants & Closing Remarks - Português
3 May 2024
International Energy...
Engaging People as Active Participants & Closing Remarks - Português
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energy Designing Policies to Maximise Positive Social Impacts - Português
Designing Policies to Maximise Positive Social Impacts - Português
3 May 2024
International Energy...
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renewable Wind Energy in Europe 2023 - Portugal
Wind Energy in Europe 2023 - Portugal
25 Apr 2024
WindEurope
Read the full report at: windeurope.org/annualstats
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industry CSC Rapporto di previsione - 17 aprile 2024
CSC Rapporto di previsione - 17 aprile 2024
18 Apr 2024
Confindustria
CSC Rapporto di previsione - 17 aprile 2024
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cities Porto's new policies and projects for a better Europe
Porto's new policies and projects for a better Europe
5 Apr 2024
Eurocities
Eurocities Leaders Talk put mayors and deputy mayors of the network in the spotlight to discuss the importance of local governments and what inititatives cities are developing to create a better Europe. Cities are key to solving a large part of the issues the EU is facing and the EU should listen to the voice of cities because a better Europe starts with them. A better Europe starts with cities #LocalFutureEU #euelections #citypolicies #portugal #porto #citiesoftomorrow -- ​ With Eurocities, it’s all in our name: we connect Europe and cities. We are convinced that this connection leads to a better life for all. ​ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EUROCITIES ​ Give us a like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EUROCITIES ​ Check out our Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/eurocities/​ And visit our website for updated information about European cities: https://www.eurocities.eu ​ --- ​ Eurocities wants to make cities places where everyone can enjoy a good quality of life, is able to move around safely, access quality and inclusive public services and benefit from a healthy environment. We do this by networking almost 200 larger European cities, which together represent some 130 million people across 38 countries, and by gathering evidence of how policy making impacts on people to inspire other cities and EU decision makers.
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cities Porto explains what priorities should be on the EU agenda - Eurocities Leaders Talk
Porto explains what priorities should be on the EU agenda - Eurocities Leaders Talk
3 Apr 2024
Eurocities
-- ​ With Eurocities, it’s all in our name: we connect Europe and cities. We are convinced that this connection leads to a better life for all. ​ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EUROCITIES ​ Give us a like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EUROCITIES ​ Check out our Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/eurocities/​ And visit our website for updated information about European cities: https://www.eurocities.eu ​ --- ​ Eurocities wants to make cities places where everyone can enjoy a good quality of life, is able to move around safely, access quality and inclusive public services and benefit from a healthy environment. We do this by networking almost 200 larger European cities, which together represent some 130 million people across 38 countries, and by gathering evidence of how policy making impacts on people to inspire other cities and EU decision makers.
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maritime Extension of the ETS to maritime: fifth webinar (recorded 18 March 2024)
Extension of the ETS to maritime: fifth webinar (recorded 18 March 2024)
19 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
This is the fifth webinar in our series on the extension of the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) to maritime transport, held in cooperation with the European Commission’s Directorate General for Climate Action (DG CLIMA). Find out more about the extension of the ETS to maritime, including questions and answers and other resources: https://emsa.europa.eu/we-do/sustainability/environment/reducing-emissions 00:00:00 - Intro 00:06:07 - First compliance steps for shipping companies 00:09:14 - Identification of the Shipping Company 00:14:10 - Attribution to the Administering Authority 00:21:42 - Opening a Maritime Operator Holding Account (MOHA) in the Union Registry 00:31:11 - THETIS MRV Live Demo 00:55:56 - Union Registry Live Demo 01:30:13 - Q&A
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maritime Our EMSA highlights 2023
Our EMSA highlights 2023
18 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
2023 was another busy year here at EMSA. We continued to support the European Commission and Member States on a whole range of maritime issues. We worked intensively across a wide range of actions and activities across our core areas of maritime safety, sustainability, surveillance, simplification and digitalisation, security, technical assistance, capacity building, and coastguard cooperation. In the area of sustainability, we updated THETIS-MRV to support the extension of the EU Emissions Trading System to the maritime transport sector and continued to study the potential of different alternative fuels. We began our series of studies on the safety aspects of alternative fuels and power sources, and we published our first safety guidance on battery energy storage systems on board ships. The CARGOSAFE project, which identifies several cost-effective technical measures to improve the fire safety of container ships, was approved by a dedicated panel of experts at the IMO. Meanwhile, our ROV service became fully operational, supporting accident investigation bodies across the EU. We published our study on competences for MASS operators in remote operation centres. And 2023 was the year in which our coast guard cooperation took a big leap forward. From June until the end of August, we led our first ever Multipurpose Maritime Operation in the Baltic Sea region. At organisational level, we continued to meet our environmental targets in 2023 and completed our journey towards becoming a truly digital administration. We launched our first ever HR strategy, with our staff at its centre. And we ended the year with record levels of budgetary execution
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energy EIT InnoEnergy Student's exploring Lisbon
EIT InnoEnergy Student's exploring Lisbon
12 Mar 2024
EIT InnoEnergy
EIT InnoEnergy Student's exploring Lisbon
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digital IGF 2015 Day 2 - Plenary - Internet economy and sustainable development - Portuguese
IGF 2015 Day 2 - Plenary - Internet economy and sustainable development - Portuguese
11 Mar 2024
Internet Governance ...
IGF 2015 Day 2 - Plenary - Internet economy and sustainable development - Portuguese
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maritime Our EMSA highlights 2023: capacity building
Our EMSA highlights 2023: capacity building
8 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
In 2023, we delivered more learning services to even more participants via the EMSA Academy. And we continued working with neighbourhood countries in the Mediterranean and in the Black and Caspian Sea areas. Our colleague Sergio presents our capacity building highlights of 2023:
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maritime Our EMSA highlights 2023: Simplification & Thematic Services
Our EMSA highlights 2023: Simplification & Thematic Services
8 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
We continued our work on maritime simplification during 2023, including on the European Maritime Single Window environment. And we delivered maritime services to EU Agencies, missions, and international bodies, as our colleague Anna explains:
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maritime Our EMSA highlights 2023: RPAS
Our EMSA highlights 2023: RPAS
8 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
During 2023 we enhanced our regional RPAS strategy, providing a wide range of services to more than one Member State at a time during a single mission. We continued to give support to Member States on emissions monitoring in the context of the implementation of the Sulphur Directive. And once again, as our colleague Monica explains, there were whales 🐋 🐋 🐋 🐋
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maritime Our EMSA highlights 2023: Maritime Support Services
Our EMSA highlights 2023: Maritime Support Services
8 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
The work of our Maritime Support Services centre intensified in 2023. We supported EU Member States on a range of maritime issues related to monitoring of Russian-flagged ship calls to EU ports, issues related to sanctions, and ship-to-ship transfers, among others. And during 2023, the MSS also acted as the European Coordination Centre for the EMSA-led Multipurpose Maritime Operation in the Baltic Sea. Our colleague Anna presents the highlights of our MSS in 2023:
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maritime Our EMSA highlights 2023: Technical assistance
Our EMSA highlights 2023: Technical assistance
8 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
In 2023, one cycle of Member State visits on marine equipment was concluded, and we continued with others, including passenger ship safety. And, as our colleague Sergio explains, we also published a study on identifying new competences for autonomous ship operators in remote operation centres.
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maritime Our EMSA highlights 2023: our people, our building, our administration
Our EMSA highlights 2023: our people, our building, our administration
8 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
2023 saw us move closer to becoming a truly digital administration. We expanded our range of environmental actions and welcomed over 5000 people to our events and seminars, here in Lisbon and online. Our colleague Adinda presents the highlights of our people, our building, and our administrative work in 2023:
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maritime Our EMSA highlights 2023: institutional relations & corporate governance
Our EMSA highlights 2023: institutional relations & corporate governance
8 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
2023 was a year in which our coast guard cooperation took a big leap forward. We also achieved record levels of budgetary execution as an Agency, as our colleague Francesco explains:
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maritime Our EMSA highlights 2023: safety, security, & accident investigation
Our EMSA highlights 2023: safety, security, & accident investigation
6 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
Reports and safety guidance on container ships and battery energy storage systems, among others. Work on a wide range of activities, including cybersecurity, passenger safety, autonomous shipping, port state control, #Equasis, and marine equipment. Plus, the operationalisation of our remotely operated vehicle service for accident investigation. As our colleague Monica explains, 2023 was a busy year for safety at EMSA.
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maritime Our EMSA highlights 2023: digitalisation
Our EMSA highlights 2023: digitalisation
6 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
More users of our integrated maritime services, and more advanced digital solutions offered to Member State administrations and other stakeholders. Always on advanced behaviour monitoring algorithms and enhancements to the IMS app. Adaptations to THETIS-MRV ahead of the extension of the EU Emissions Trading System to the maritime transport sector. These are just some of our digitalisation achievements in 2023, as our colleague Anna explains…
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maritime Our EMSA highlights 2023: sustainability
Our EMSA highlights 2023: sustainability
6 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
Throughout 2023, we worked intensively in the area of maritime sustainability. Preparations for the extension of the EU Emissions Trading System to the maritime transport sector. New studies on alternative fuels. Development and diversification of our response toolbox, among other activities and tasks. Our colleague Sergio presents the sustainability highlights at EMSA in 2023:
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maritime Our EMSA highlights 2023: Earth Observation
Our EMSA highlights 2023: Earth Observation
6 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
More than 16 000 Earth Observation images in 2023. A growing number of user communities, and ISO-certified training. Our colleague Monica explains the highlights of Earth Observation at EMSA in 2023
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maritime Extension of the ETS to maritime: fourth webinar (recorded 5 March 2024)
Extension of the ETS to maritime: fourth webinar (recorded 5 March 2024)
6 Mar 2024
EMSA Lisbon
This is the fourth webinar in our series on the extension of the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) to maritime transport, held in cooperation with the European Commission’s Directorate General for Climate Action (DG CLIMA). Find out more about the extension of the ETS to maritime, including questions and answers and other resources: https://emsa.europa.eu/we-do/sustainability/environment/reducing-emissions 00:00:00 - Welcome 00:05:13 - ETS Maritime State of Play and Compliance Steps 00:17:09 - Monitoring Plan – content 00:36:45 - Monitoring Plan – process 00:45:54 - THETIS-MRV User accounts and Monitoring Plan 00:59:48 - THETIS MRV Live Demo: drafting and submission of the Monitoring Plan 01:25:10 - Q&As
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maritime Copernicus Maritime Surveillance: Spanish customs
Copernicus Maritime Surveillance: Spanish customs
20 Feb 2024
EMSA Lisbon
The Copernicus Maritime Surveillance Service supports Member States and EU bodies to get a better understanding, and improved monitoring, of activities at sea. The service is implemented by EMSA on behalf of the European Commission. It fuses data from earth observation satellites with a wide range of other data, including from our own systems. This way, we assist authorities all across the EU in their daily work, including Spanish Customs. Find out more about the Copernicus Maritime Surveillance service: https://emsa.europa.eu/copernicus.html
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digital IGF 2015 Day 1 - Plenary - Open Ceremony - Portuguese
IGF 2015 Day 1 - Plenary - Open Ceremony - Portuguese
18 Feb 2024
Internet Governance ...
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maritime EMSA: RPAS search and rescue exercise
EMSA: RPAS search and rescue exercise
2 Feb 2024
EMSA Lisbon
While supporting the Italian Coast Guard on a multipurpose maritime operation in the Gulf of Genoa, our RPAS took part in a search and rescue exercise. Using its on-board life raft, the RPAS helped the Italian Coast Guard perform a practice rescue of a swimmer adrift in open water. Find out more about our RPAS service at EMSA: https://emsa.europa.eu/we-do/surveillance/rpas.html
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maritime EMSA - Copernicus Maritime Surveillance Service
EMSA - Copernicus Maritime Surveillance Service
2 Feb 2024
EMSA Lisbon
The Copernicus Maritime Surveillance Service supports Member States and EU bodies to get a better understanding, and improved monitoring, of activities at sea. The service is implemented by EMSA on behalf of the European Commission. It fuses data from earth observation satellites with a wide range of other data, including from our own systems. This way, we assist authorities all across the EU in their daily work, including the Portuguese Navy. Find out more about the Copernicus Maritime Surveillance service: https://emsa.europa.eu/copernicus.html
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digital SEMIC Talks: digitising public services with Portuguese Secretary of State for Justice Pedro Tavares
SEMIC Talks: digitising public services with Portuguese Secretary of State for Justice Pedro Tavares
25 Jan 2024
Interoperable Europe
During SEMIC2023, Pedro Tavares, Secretary of State for Justice in Portugal, discussed the digitisation of public services and emphasised the importance of collaboration to offer the best services to citizens and companies based on new technologies.
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renewable EPAH - Health effects of energy poverty: Local initiatives from Ireland and Portugal
EPAH - Health effects of energy poverty: Local initiatives from Ireland and Portugal
25 Jan 2024
EU Energy
The Energy Poverty Advisory Hub interviewed Niall Dunphy and Mafalda de Castro Sapatinha during the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub annual conference 2023 in Warsaw, Poland. To find out more about the initiative, visit: energy-poverty.ec.europa.eu #EPAH #energypoverty
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renewable Energy Poverty Advisory Hub technical assistance on health implications: Ireland and Portugal
Energy Poverty Advisory Hub technical assistance on health implications: Ireland and Portugal
25 Jan 2024
EU Energy
The Energy Poverty Advisory Hub interviewed Niall Dunphy and Mafalda de Castro Sapatinha during the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub annual conference 2023 in Warsaw, Poland. To find out more about the initiative, visit: energy-poverty.ec.europa.eu #EPAH #energypoverty
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fossil DOCUMENTARY: Supporting cyclists to decarbonise Portugal through the EU Emissions Trading System
DOCUMENTARY: Supporting cyclists to decarbonise Portugal through the EU Emissions Trading System
23 Jan 2024
Carbon Market Watch
Through the Portuguese Environmental Fund, Portugal is using revenue from the EU’s Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) to decarbonise the country. Our documentary highlights how this support is encouraging citizens to get on their bikes. This documentary is part of ETS Human Stories, a series that reveals how the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) affects people’s lives and how this potential can be further boosted. It is a collaboration between Carbon Market Watch, the Green Tank (Greece), ZERO (Portugal) and Bond Beter Leefmilieu (Belgium). Landing page: https://etxtra.org/lifeetx-national-human-stories/
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fossil INTERVIEW with Herculano Rebordão, MUBI board member #LifeETX Stories - Portugal
INTERVIEW with Herculano Rebordão, MUBI board member #LifeETX Stories - Portugal
23 Jan 2024
Carbon Market Watch
Through the Portuguese Environmental Fund, Portugal is using revenue from the EU’s Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) to decarbonise the country. Our documentary highlights how this support is encouraging citizens to get on their bikes. This interview is part of ETS Human Stories, a series that reveals how the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) affects people’s lives and how this potential can be further boosted. It is a collaboration between Carbon Market Watch, the Green Tank (Greece), ZERO (Portugal) and Bond Beter Leefmilieu (Belgium). Landing page: https://etxtra.org/lifeetx-national-human-stories/
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fossil INTERVIEW with Ana Muller, Project & Policy Officer at ZERO #LifeETX Stories - Portugal (nature)
INTERVIEW with Ana Muller, Project & Policy Officer at ZERO #LifeETX Stories - Portugal (nature)
23 Jan 2024
Carbon Market Watch
Through the Portuguese Environmental Fund, Portugal is using revenue from the EU’s Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) to decarbonise the country. Our documentary highlights how this support is encouraging citizens to get on their bikes. This interview is part of ETS Human Stories, a series that reveals how the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) affects people’s lives and how this potential can be further boosted. It is a collaboration between Carbon Market Watch, the Green Tank (Greece), ZERO (Portugal) and Bond Beter Leefmilieu (Belgium). Landing page: https://etxtra.org/lifeetx-national-human-stories/
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fossil INTERVIEW with Laura, local cyclist. #LifeETX Stories - Portugal
INTERVIEW with Laura, local cyclist. #LifeETX Stories - Portugal
23 Jan 2024
Carbon Market Watch
Through the Portuguese Environmental Fund, Portugal is using revenue from the EU’s Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) to decarbonise the country. Our documentary highlights how this support is encouraging citizens to get on their bikes. This interview is part of ETS Human Stories, a series that reveals how the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) affects people’s lives and how this potential can be further boosted. It is a collaboration between Carbon Market Watch, the Green Tank (Greece), ZERO (Portugal) and Bond Beter Leefmilieu (Belgium). Landing page: https://etxtra.org/lifeetx-national-human-stories/
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fossil INTERVIEW with Catarina, local cyclist. #LifeETX Stories - Portugal
INTERVIEW with Catarina, local cyclist. #LifeETX Stories - Portugal
23 Jan 2024
Carbon Market Watch
Through the Portuguese Environmental Fund, Portugal is using revenue from the EU’s Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) to decarbonise the country. Our documentary highlights how this support is encouraging citizens to get on their bikes. This interview is part of ETS Human Stories, a series that reveals how the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) affects people’s lives and how this potential can be further boosted. It is a collaboration between Carbon Market Watch, the Green Tank (Greece), ZERO (Portugal) and Bond Beter Leefmilieu (Belgium). Landing page: https://etxtra.org/lifeetx-national-human-stories/
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fossil INTERVIEW with Verónica Bogalho, CRAS #LifeETX Stories - Portugal
INTERVIEW with Verónica Bogalho, CRAS #LifeETX Stories - Portugal
23 Jan 2024
Carbon Market Watch
Through the Portuguese Environmental Fund, Portugal is using revenue from the EU’s Emissions Trading System to help decarbonise the country. Our documentary highlights the story of an animal shelter in Lisbon which uses EU ETS funds for nature conservation purposes. This interview is part of ETS Human Stories, a series that reveals how the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) affects people’s lives and how this potential can be further boosted. It is a collaboration between Carbon Market Watch, the Green Tank (Greece), ZERO (Portugal) and Bond Beter Leefmilieu (Belgium). Landing page: https://etxtra.org/lifeetx-national-human-stories/
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fossil INTERVIEW with Ana Muller, Project & Policy Officer at ZERO #LifeETX Stories - Portugal
INTERVIEW with Ana Muller, Project & Policy Officer at ZERO #LifeETX Stories - Portugal
23 Jan 2024
Carbon Market Watch
Through the Portuguese Environmental Fund, Portugal is using revenue from the EU’s Emissions Trading System to help decarbonise the country. Our documentary highlights the story of an animal shelter in Lisbon which uses EU ETS funds for nature conservation purposes. This interview is part of ETS Human Stories, a series that reveals how the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) affects people’s lives and how this potential can be further boosted. It is a collaboration between Carbon Market Watch, the Green Tank (Greece), ZERO (Portugal) and Bond Beter Leefmilieu (Belgium). Landing page: https://etxtra.org/lifeetx-national-human-stories/
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fossil INTERVIEW with Erica Brazio, CRAS #LifeETX Stories - Portugal
INTERVIEW with Erica Brazio, CRAS #LifeETX Stories - Portugal
23 Jan 2024
Carbon Market Watch
Through the Portuguese Environmental Fund, Portugal is using revenue from the EU’s Emissions Trading System to help decarbonise the country. Our documentary highlights the story of an animal shelter in Lisbon which uses EU ETS funds for nature conservation purposes. This interview is part of ETS Human Stories, a series that reveals how the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) affects people’s lives and how this potential can be further boosted. It is a collaboration between Carbon Market Watch, the Green Tank (Greece), ZERO (Portugal) and Bond Beter Leefmilieu (Belgium). Landing page: https://etxtra.org/lifeetx-national-human-stories/
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maritime How to apply to the Greening Award Initiative
How to apply to the Greening Award Initiative
23 Jan 2024
EMSA Lisbon
Further information at https://emsa.europa.eu/cggreening.html
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maritime What does the Copernicus Maritime Surveillance Service (CMS) do?
What does the Copernicus Maritime Surveillance Service (CMS) do?
17 Jan 2024
EMSA Lisbon
What does the Copernicus Maritime Surveillance Service (CMS) do?
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maritime Extension of the ETS to maritime webinar: third webinar (recorded 15 December 2023)
Extension of the ETS to maritime webinar: third webinar (recorded 15 December 2023)
18 Dec 2023
EMSA Lisbon
This is the third webinar in our series on the extension of the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) to maritime transport, held in cooperation with the European Commission’s Directorate General for Climate Action (DG CLIMA). This webinar’s agenda was based on stakeholder feedback gathered during the last edition (held on 24 November 2023). It is the latest in a series of webinars held by EMSA and DG CLIMA for invited maritime stakeholders ahead of the start of the extension of the EU ETS to the maritime transport sector on 1 January 2024. Find out more about the EU ETS extension to maritime https://emsa.europa.eu/reducing-emissions/extension-ets.html Video chapter headings: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:07:45 - Key first steps 00:15:34 - The Shipping Company 00:16:23 - The entity responsible for ETS and MRV compliance 00:27:25 - The administering authority in respect of a shipping company 00:41:10 - Information to be provided by the shipping company 00:49:02 - Shipping companies and the Union Registry 01:08:56 - The information available to Stakeholders 01:13:35 - Questions and Answers
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research Interview with EERA JP SC Coordinator Annemie Wyckmans at Energy in Built Environment, Lisbon 2023
Interview with EERA JP SC Coordinator Annemie Wyckmans at Energy in Built Environment, Lisbon 2023
13 Dec 2023
EERA aisbl
Interview with EERA JP SC Coordinator Annemie Wyckmans at Energy in Built Environment, Lisbon 2023
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fossil Annual Regional Conference 'Focus on Portugal: The Energy Transition & The Role of Renewable Gases'
Annual Regional Conference 'Focus on Portugal: The Energy Transition & The Role of Renewable Gases'
8 Dec 2023
Eurogas
The Eurogas Annual Regional Conference ‘Focus on Portugal: The Energy Transition & The Role of Renewable Gases‘ took place on 28 November 2023 at Lisbon Marriott Hotel and online. The event shed a light on the state of play of the Portuguese gas market. In the context of REPowerEU, the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive and the proposal for a Regulation on methane emissions reduction, we discussed how the region is delivering the objectives of carbon neutrality through the use of renewable and low-carbon gases, the commitment towards methane emissions reduction and the crucial role of energy grids. The conference was organised with the kind support of Floene. Programme: 00:01:30 | Opening speeches Gabriel Sousa, CEO, Floene Didier Holleaux, President, Eurogas 00:16:47 | Keynote speech MEP Maria da Graça Carvalho, Member of the ITRE Committee, European Parliament 00:36:28 | Panel 1 – The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive and the role of energy grids •Paulo do Nascimento Cabral, Adviser Azores and Energy, Permanent Representation of Portugal to the European Institutions •Rita Pinho Rodrigues, Director for Corporate Affairs and Board Member, DECO PROteste •Nuno Moreira, CEO, Dourogás •Federica Sabbati, Secretary General, European Heating Industry 01:27:05 | Panel 2 – A transition to renewable and low-carbon gases in the EU and the region •Bernd Kuepker, Policy Officer, Unit ‘Decarbonisation and Sustainability of Energy Sources’, European Commission •Nuno Fitas Mendes, CEO, REN Portgás •Luis Monteiro, Home Comfort, Product Area Combustion, Bosch Termotecnologia •Rui Costa Neto, Doctorate Researcher, IN+/IST & Professor, ULHT/ISEL •Kamila Waciega, Director, Energy & Infrastructure Policy, Hydrogen Europe 02:09:39 | Closing Keynote Jerónimo Cunha, Director of the Directorate General for Energy and Geology The conference was moderated by Rosália Amorim, journalist #ARCLisboa23
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culture Display Europe promo video Portuguese Subtitles
Display Europe promo video Portuguese Subtitles
8 Dec 2023
European Cultural Fo...
Good news! As the European Cultural Foundation, we are happy to announce the launch of Display Europe. This groundbreaking media platform offers a European perspective through original and federated content provided by independent media from across the continent.
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maritime EMSA RPAS: emissions monitoring
EMSA RPAS: emissions monitoring
4 Dec 2023
EMSA Lisbon
To support the implementation of the Sulphur Directive here in the EU, which limiting the sulphur content in ship fuel, EMSA offers a special Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) service to Member States, free of charge. These special RPAS can fly into the plume of a passing ship to measure the amount of sulphur being released into the air, which gives a good indication of the level of sulphur content in the fuel used by the vessel. This helps in the detection of non-compliant vessels as local coastal authorities are alerted and can request an inspection at the next port of call. The results are uploaded to EMSA’s THETIS-EU system to keep a record of all the measurements taken.
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security #OSCEMC2023 Statement by the Head of the Delegation of Portugal
#OSCEMC2023 Statement by the Head of the Delegation of Portugal
30 Nov 2023
The Organization for...
Statement by the Head of the Delegation of Portugal at the Plenary Session of the 30th OSCE Ministerial Council, Skopje, North Macedonia, 30 November - 1 December 2023.
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regions Interreg Spain Portugal
Interreg Spain Portugal
30 Nov 2023
EUinmyRegion
🇪🇸🇵🇹 @poctep is the largest #CrossBorderCooperation programme in the EU. The focus in the 🆕 programming period? ⤵ Competitiveness of SMEs, biodiversity and habitat protection, as well as other pressing demographic challenges, including employment, education, tourism & more. Watch the video to learn more 📹
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sme Mario Gago - Portugal
Mario Gago - Portugal
29 Nov 2023
Eurochambres
Mario Gago - Portugal
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sme Lisbon - Winner of the European Capital of Innovation, European Capital of Innovation Awards 23
Lisbon - Winner of the European Capital of Innovation, European Capital of Innovation Awards 23
29 Nov 2023
EU Innovation Counci...
Meet Lisbon - Winner of the European Capital of Innovation, the European Capital of Innovation Awards (iCapital) 2023 Find out more: https://europa.eu/! Tyx6Pg #EUeic #iCapitalAwards
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homeaffairs This EU project in PORTUGAL gives SHELTER to more than 470 people
This EU project in PORTUGAL gives SHELTER to more than 470 people
29 Nov 2023
DG Migration and Hom...
A network of volunteers, organisations and the municipality of Cascais have rehabilitated two buildings for the accommodation of displaced people fleeing the war in Ukraine. The project is cofunded by the EU with EUR 900,000, which cover 75% of its cost. Since March 2022, more than 470 people have been accommodated in these facilities, which have set new standards for humanitarian reception. Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/47S1l2j Check our website: https://home-affairs.ec.europa.eu/index_en Follow us on: - X/Twitter: https://bit.ly/47OOpe5 We are the European Commission’s department in charge of Migration and Home Affairs (DG HOME), under the leadership of Commissioner Ylva Johansson. #MigrationEU #SecurityEU #SchengenEU Learn about EU funded projects on: https://commission.europa.eu/funding-tenders/find-funding/eu-funding-programmes_en and on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3T9TTLA
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digital IGF 2015 Day 3 - Enhancing cyber security and building digital trust - Portuguese
IGF 2015 Day 3 - Enhancing cyber security and building digital trust - Portuguese
28 Nov 2023
Internet Governance ...
IGF 2015 Day 3 - Enhancing cyber security and building digital trust - Portuguese
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sme Ligia Pode da Cruz Coelho - Portugal
Ligia Pode da Cruz Coelho - Portugal
28 Nov 2023
Eurochambres
Ligia Pode da Cruz Coelho - Portugal
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sme Mario Gago - Portugal
Mario Gago - Portugal
28 Nov 2023
Eurochambres
Mario Gago - Portugal
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maritime ETS extension to maritime webinar: 24 November 2023
ETS extension to maritime webinar: 24 November 2023
28 Nov 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Together with the Directorate-General for for Climate Action of the European Commission, EMSA has organised a second webinar on the extension of the EU Emission Trading Scheme to the maritime transport sector. The webinar was held on 24 November 2023, and focused on topics like key compliance steps from a company perspective and on changes being implemented in THETIS MRV, the dedicated IT system for compliance with MRV obligations. You can find more information about the extension of the ETS to maritime on our website: https://emsa.europa.eu/reducing-emissions
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maritime ETS Extension to maritime webinar 24 November 2023: Questions and Answers, Morning Session
ETS Extension to maritime webinar 24 November 2023: Questions and Answers, Morning Session
28 Nov 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Together with the Directorate-General for for Climate Action of the European Commission, EMSA has organised a second webinar on the extension of the EU Emission Trading Scheme to the maritime transport sector. The webinar was held on 24 November 2023, and focused on topics like key compliance steps from a company perspective and on changes being implemented in THETIS MRV, the dedicated IT system for compliance with MRV obligations. This video compiles the first round of questions and answers submitted from participants during the webinar. You can find more information about the extension of the ETS to maritime on our website: https://emsa.europa.eu/reducing-emissions
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maritime ETS Extension to maritime webinar 24 November 2023: Questions and Answers, Afternoon Session
ETS Extension to maritime webinar 24 November 2023: Questions and Answers, Afternoon Session
28 Nov 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Together with the Directorate-General for for Climate Action of the European Commission, EMSA has organised a the second webinar on the extension of the EU Emission Trading Scheme to the maritime transport sector. The webinar was held on 24 November 2023. It focused on topics like key compliance steps from a company perspective and on changes being implemented in THETIS MRV, the dedicated IT system for compliance with MRV obligations. This video presents the second session of questions and answers held during the webinar. More information on the extension of ETS to maritime can be found on our website https://emsa.europa.eu/we-do/sustainability/environment/reducing-emissions.html
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maritime Alternative fuels and sources of power for shipping
Alternative fuels and sources of power for shipping
28 Nov 2023
EMSA Lisbon
In two new reports, we analyse the potential of hydrogen and wind assisted propulsion systems as alternative power sources for shipping. And for the first time, we have published a full safety guidance on battery energy storage systems on board ships. This is part of our EMSA's ongoing work to support the European Commission, national administrations, and industry in the ongoing decarbonisation of the maritime sector, particularly in the context of the FuelEU Maritime initiative. Find out more about our alternative fuels and sources of power reports, studies, and guidance: https://emsa.europa.eu/sustainable-shipping/alternative-fuels.html
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maritime European Cooperation on Coast Guard functions
European Cooperation on Coast Guard functions
24 Nov 2023
EMSA Lisbon
European cooperation on coast guard functions refers to the joint work of three EU agencies – the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), the European Fishery Control Agency (EFCA) and the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) - to support national authorities in carrying out coast guard functions at national and EU level and, where appropriate, at international level. The Founding Regulations of each of the three agencies were amended in 2016 with a common article identifying five areas for cooperation. Here, projects are constantly developed to ensure a close cross-border and cross-sector collaboration and coordination between the three agencies and Member State authorities, to avoid duplication and redundancy of efforts and to build up synergies. This provides an explicit legal basis for the three agencies to join forces and streamline activities in order to increase maritime situational awareness and provide tailored services to Member State authorities carrying out coast guard functions.
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maritime 2nd Workshop Alternative Fuels & Power Solutions for Shipping. Day 1
2nd Workshop Alternative Fuels & Power Solutions for Shipping. Day 1
22 Nov 2023
EMSA Lisbon
On 28 and 29 November, EMSA will hold a workshop on alternative fuels and sources of power for shipping, which will be streamed live from our Lisbon headquarters. Two new studies on the potential of hydrogen as a fuel for shipping and the potential of wind assisted power systems as a power source will be presented and discussed at the workshop. These studies complement our previous research on biofuels and ammonia, part of a series being carried out by EMSA into alternative fuels and power sources. Also presented will be EMSA’s first ever Guidance on the safety of battery energy storage systems on board ships, as well as its forthcoming research on the safety aspects of alternative fuels. The reports and guidance have been prepared to support the European Commission, national administrations, and industry in the ongoing decarbonisation of the maritime sector. The programme The two-day programme has been designed to feature the experience and perspectives of a wide range of maritime stakeholders, including shipowners, fuel producers, engine manufacturers, ports, and classification societies.
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maritime 2nd Workshop Alternative Fuels & Power Solutions for Shipping. Day 2
2nd Workshop Alternative Fuels & Power Solutions for Shipping. Day 2
22 Nov 2023
EMSA Lisbon
On 28 and 29 November, EMSA will hold a workshop on alternative fuels and sources of power for shipping, which will be streamed live from our Lisbon headquarters. Two new studies on the potential of hydrogen as a fuel for shipping and the potential of wind assisted power systems as a power source will be presented and discussed at the workshop. These studies complement our previous research on biofuels and ammonia, part of a series being carried out by EMSA into alternative fuels and power sources. Also presented will be EMSA’s first ever Guidance on the safety of battery energy storage systems on board ships, as well as its forthcoming research on the safety aspects of alternative fuels. The reports and guidance have been prepared to support the European Commission, national administrations, and industry in the ongoing decarbonisation of the maritime sector.
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food EIT Food Journalism Award Portugal - 2023
EIT Food Journalism Award Portugal - 2023
20 Nov 2023
EIT Food
Video of the third edition of the EIT Food Journalism Awards Ceremony celebrated in Lisbon, Portugal, on November 8th.
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maritime EMSA-led Multipurpose Maritime Operation (MMO)
EMSA-led Multipurpose Maritime Operation (MMO)
4 Oct 2023
EMSA Lisbon
From 1 June to 31 August we led our first Multipurpose Maritime Operation #MMO in the Baltic Sea in cooperation with Member State Authorities in Finland, Latvia, and Estonia, and supported by Frontex and EFCA
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maritime Why do we need CISE in the EU maritime domain?
Why do we need CISE in the EU maritime domain?
29 Sep 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Christos Economou, Deputy Director Maritime Policy and Blue Economy, and Head of Unit Sea Basin Strategies, Maritime Regional Cooperation and Maritime Security at the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, European Commission
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maritime Who can benefit from CISE?
Who can benefit from CISE?
29 Sep 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Krasiyana Nikolaeva, Head of Unit Projects at the Bulgarian Maritime Administration
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maritime How can maritime information be shared through CISE?
How can maritime information be shared through CISE?
29 Sep 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Franco Oliveri, Deputy Head of Transport and Border Security Unit at the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre.
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maritime How can maritime surveillance authorities benefit from CISE?
How can maritime surveillance authorities benefit from CISE?
29 Sep 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Rear Admiral Benoit de Guibert, Deputy Secretary General at Sécrétariat général de la mer, France.
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recycling ZWE Changemakers - ZERO Associação Sistema Terrestre Sustentável (Portugal)
ZWE Changemakers - ZERO Associação Sistema Terrestre Sustentável (Portugal)
25 Sep 2023
Zero Waste Europe
Each month, ZWE Changemakers' campaign sheds a spotlight on one of our member organisations around Europe: https://zerowasteeurope.eu/2023/06/ze...
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agriculture #EUOrganic Awards 2023 - Best Biodistrict: Idanha-a-Nova, Portugal
#EUOrganic Awards 2023 - Best Biodistrict: Idanha-a-Nova, Portugal
25 Sep 2023
EU Food & Farming
The Best organic bio-district award went to Idanha-a-Nova in Portugal. The eco-region is the largest area of agricultural land under organic farming in Portugal, supporting projects that reinforce short supply chains and increase the offer of organic products The EU organic awards comprise 8 awards, acknowledging people, businesses and institutions that have developed innovative, sustainable projects around organic food and farming. More info: https://agriculture.ec.europa.eu/farming/organic-farming/organic-action-plan/eu-organic-awards_en #EUOrganic
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health European Drugs Summer School 2022: testimonials (Portugal)
European Drugs Summer School 2022: testimonials (Portugal)
22 Sep 2023
EMCDDA
European Drugs Summer School 2022: testimonials (Portugal)
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food Travelling outside the EU? Take pictures, don't take plants home! - Portuguese
Travelling outside the EU? Take pictures, don't take plants home! - Portuguese
20 Sep 2023
EFSAchannel
If you fall in love with an exotic plant during your adventures, take as many pictures as you want, but don’t take the seeds home. 🌼📸 Otherwise, you could spread new pests by carrying them in your luggage. 🐛💼 Check out the #PlantHealth4Life(https://campaigns.efsa.europa.eu/Plan...) and discover how you can safeguard plant health. 🙌 Our actions are key. Keep plants healthy, protect life! 🌱 Discover more about EFSA on our channels: ▪ Website: https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en ▪ Twitter: https://twitter.com/efsa_eu ▪ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/efsa ▪ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/one_healthe...
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science ‘There is an exodus’: Portuguese doctors struggle amid worker shortage
‘There is an exodus’: Portuguese doctors struggle amid worker shortage
7 Sep 2023
Euronews Next
Portuguese doctors are demanding better working conditions and higher pay. They are among many healthcare workers in Europe that are concerned about the public sector. READ MORE : https://www.euronews.com/2023/09/05/there-is-an-exodus-portuguese-doctors-struggle-amid-worker-shortage Euronews Next is a future-focused news section covering global innovation, science and technology with a European perspective. Our dedicated team of journalists aims to educate and inspire today’s leaders by providing them with analysis and insights into the people and organisations shaping our future #Health
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science ‘There is an exodus’: Portuguese doctors struggle amid worker shortage
‘There is an exodus’: Portuguese doctors struggle amid worker shortage
5 Sep 2023
Euronews Next
Portuguese doctors are demanding better working conditions and higher pay. They are among many healthcare workers in Europe that are concerned about the public sector. READ MORE : https://www.euronews.com/2023/09/05/there-is-an-exodus-portuguese-doctors-struggle-amid-worker-shortage Euronews Next is a future-focused news section covering global innovation, science and technology with a European perspective. Our dedicated team of journalists aims to educate and inspire today’s leaders by providing them with analysis and insights into the people and organisations shaping our future #Health
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humanrights 230726 POR ECHR Filme sobre o Tribunal Europeu dos Direitos do Homem Portuguese version 8Mbits
230726 POR ECHR Filme sobre o Tribunal Europeu dos Direitos do Homem Portuguese version 8Mbits
5 Sep 2023
European Court of Hu...
230726 POR ECHR Filme sobre o Tribunal Europeu dos Direitos do Homem Portuguese version 8Mbits
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security Forbidden fruit: 24 arrested after Portuguese authorities seize cocaine hidden in acai shipment
Forbidden fruit: 24 arrested after Portuguese authorities seize cocaine hidden in acai shipment
1 Sep 2023
EUROPOL
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cities Sun4All in Almada, Portugal
Sun4All in Almada, Portugal
29 Aug 2023
icleieurope
The Sun4All project will test in the EU a support scheme helping vulnerable households to switch to renewable energy while reducing their energy bills. The scheme will be tested by the cities of Almada (PT), Barcelona (ES), and Rome (IT) and by the community of municipalities Cœur de Savoie (FR). In this short interview, Rui Sebastian (Almada City Council) and Catarina Alves (Local Energy management Agenca of Almada) introduce the Sun4All pilot in Almada, Portugal. Why did the city decide to join this project tackling energy poverty? What is the specificity of the financial scheme used in Almada? Last but not least, two Portuguese beneficiaries report on their experience with the project and encourage other households to get involved. Nesta curta entrevista, Rui Sebastião (Câmara Municipal de Almada) e Catarina Alves (Agência Local de Gestão de Energia de Almada) apresentam o projeto-piloto Sun4All em Almada, Portugal. Porque é que a cidade decidiu aderir a este projeto de combate à pobreza energética? Qual é a especificidade do esquema financeiro utilizado em Almada? Por último, mas não menos importante, dois beneficiários portugueses relatam a sua experiência com o projeto e incentivam outros agregados familiares a envolverem-se. 00:00 Why did Almada join the project Sun4All? 00:51 What is the specificity of the Sun4All scheme in Almada? 01:52 Beneficiaries talk about Sun4All
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regions Smart Regions- the island of Porto Santo revives its cultural heritage
Smart Regions- the island of Porto Santo revives its cultural heritage
2 Aug 2023
EUinmyRegion
The island of Porto Santo is rehabilitating its windmills, public fountains, and wash basins. The island nicknamed “the Golden Island” played a key role as Madeira’s granary which led to the construction of its famous windmills in the 19th century. The European Union contributed with 85% of the budget to the rehabilitation project. For more information on EU regional policy, please visit our website: https://europa.eu/!Yy67HF Follow us on: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EUinmyregion - Twitter: https://twitter.com/euinmyregion - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/euinmyregion/
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health Portugal Activo #BEACTIVE DAY promotional video
Portugal Activo #BEACTIVE DAY promotional video
20 Jul 2023
EuropeActive
Join the 2023 #BEACTIVE DAY in Portugal! More information on www.portugalactivo.pt/beactiveday and on www.beactiveday.eu
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renewable Green Hydrogen vs. Energy Storage: Which is the Better Opportunity for Portugal | Solarplaza Webinar
Green Hydrogen vs. Energy Storage: Which is the Better Opportunity for Portugal | Solarplaza Webinar
13 Jul 2023
Solarplaza
The value-adding technologies related to renewable power generation, and solar energy in particular, have evolved in such a way that investing solely in PV systems might become a thing of the past. Much progress has been made toward facilitating the co-location of additional technologies, such as green hydrogen and battery energy storage, with traditional renewable generation technologies. This helps developers explore new revenue streams but also adds extra complexities and challenges in an already rapidly changing industry. How can energy professionals best evaluate where they should spend their time and money when considering investing in a hybrid system? Green hydrogen or battery storage? During this webinar, our panel of experts will debate the pros and cons of each technology and how to best strategize on the future of solar + energy storage or green hydrogen, with a focus on the Portuguese market. Excited to join the debate? We hope to see you there! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 🔗 Links For an overview of upcoming events: http://www.solarplaza.com/events/​​​ Sign up for our newsletter for updates: https://bit.ly/2UwOGy1​​ 👍 FOLLOW US LinkedIn: https://nl.linkedin.com/company/solarplaza_2 Twitter: https://twitter.com/solarplaza
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science Are short-term rentals the cause of Porto's housing crisis?
Are short-term rentals the cause of Porto's housing crisis?
6 Jul 2023
Euronews Next
Residents of Porto say they're being squeezed out of the housing market by short-term rentals, but landlords say they're boosting the local economy READ MORE : https://www.euronews.com/2023/07/04/are-short-term-rentals-the-cause-of-portos-housing-crisis Euronews Next is a future-focused news section covering global innovation, science and technology with a European perspective. Our dedicated team of journalists aims to educate and inspire today’s leaders by providing them with analysis and insights into the people and organisations shaping our future #Businessplanet
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science Are short-term rentals the cause of Porto's housing crisis?
Are short-term rentals the cause of Porto's housing crisis?
4 Jul 2023
Euronews Next
Residents of Porto say they're being squeezed out of the housing market by short-term rentals, but landlords say they're boosting the local economy READ MORE : https://www.euronews.com/2023/07/04/are-short-term-rentals-the-cause-of-portos-housing-crisis Euronews Next is a future-focused news section covering global innovation, science and technology with a European perspective. Our dedicated team of journalists aims to educate and inspire today’s leaders by providing them with analysis and insights into the people and organisations shaping our future #Businessplanet
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science 4 out of 10 tourists in Portugal choose short-term rental, study shows
4 out of 10 tourists in Portugal choose short-term rental, study shows
4 Jul 2023
Euronews Next
Industry group insists short-term Airbnb-style letting is not the main cause of Portugal's housing problems READ MORE : https://www.euronews.com/2023/07/04/4-out-of-10-tourists-in-portugal-choose-short-term-rental-study-shows Euronews Next is a future-focused news section covering global innovation, science and technology with a European perspective. Our dedicated team of journalists aims to educate and inspire today’s leaders by providing them with analysis and insights into the people and organisations shaping our future #Businessplanet
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maritime CleanSeaNet: Croatia
CleanSeaNet: Croatia
20 Jun 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Helping to tackle pollution at sea, across the EU and beyond. Our CleanSeaNet service offers participating States assistance in pollution identification and tracking, monitoring, and identifying possible polluters. Through this, we support a whole range of different participating authorities, including in Croatia
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maritime CleanSeaNet: Belgium
CleanSeaNet: Belgium
20 Jun 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Helping to tackle pollution at sea, across the EU and beyond. Our CleanSeaNet service offers participating States assistance in pollution identification and tracking, monitoring, and identifying possible polluters. Through this, we support a whole range of different participating authorities, including in Belgium
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maritime CleanSeaNet: France
CleanSeaNet: France
20 Jun 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Helping to tackle pollution at sea, across the EU and beyond. Our CleanSeaNet service offers participating States assistance in pollution identification and tracking, monitoring, and identifying possible polluters. Through this, we support a whole range of different participating authorities, including in France
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renewable 100 Villages P2P project in Portugal
100 Villages P2P project in Portugal
14 Jun 2023
Leonardo ENERGY
Andreia Carreiro will present the 100 Villages Project in Portugal, which aims to tackle energy poverty in rural communities through access to locally produced clean electricity at affordable prices and no upfront investment needed. Partnering with local organisations, such as parish councils, social institutions, associations and industries, the project helps to create clean energy communities, using local installers and technicians.
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culture Cláudio Torres, PORTUGAL
Cláudio Torres, PORTUGAL
13 Jun 2023
Europa Nostra
Video produced by the winner on the occasion of the announcement of the Europe Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2023. More information: www.europeanheritageawards.eu Heritage supporters and enthusiasts are now encouraged to discover the winners and vote online at https://vote.europanostra.org/ to decide who will win the Public Choice Award 2023, entitled to receive a monetary award of €10,000.
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culture ALMADA Project, Lisbon, PORTUGAL
ALMADA Project, Lisbon, PORTUGAL
13 Jun 2023
Europa Nostra
Video produced by the winner on the occasion of the announcement of the Europe Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2023. More information: www.europeanheritageawards.eu Heritage supporters and enthusiasts are now encouraged to discover the winners and vote online at https://vote.europanostra.org/ to decide who will win the Public Choice Award 2023, entitled to receive a monetary award of €10,000.
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economy EU Finance Days 2023 – Portugal, Lisbon - 6 June (Portuguese)
EU Finance Days 2023 – Portugal, Lisbon - 6 June (Portuguese)
9 Jun 2023
EU Growth
EU Finance Days 2023 – Portugal, Lisbon - 6 June (Portuguese)
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economy EU Finance Days 2023 – Portugal, Lisbon - 6 June (Floor)
EU Finance Days 2023 – Portugal, Lisbon - 6 June (Floor)
9 Jun 2023
EU Growth
EU Finance Days 2023 – Portugal, Lisbon - 6 June (Floor)
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economy EU Finance Days 2023 – Portugal, Lisbon - 6 June (English)
EU Finance Days 2023 – Portugal, Lisbon - 6 June (English)
9 Jun 2023
EU Growth
EU Finance Days 2023 – Portugal, Lisbon - 6 June (English)
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justice 'Focus Day' campaign - What works to prevent domestic burglaries? (Portugal)
'Focus Day' campaign - What works to prevent domestic burglaries? (Portugal)
2 Jun 2023
EUCPN
With a prevention campaign and local preventive initiatives, the EUCPN, several European countries, Europol and the European Commission aim to step up the fight against this crime by informing citizens on how they can protect their homes. More info: https://eucpn.org/focus-day
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renewable SolarSaves - João tells us about how solar is supporting his family in Amadora, Portugal
SolarSaves - João tells us about how solar is supporting his family in Amadora, Portugal
25 May 2023
SolarPower Europe
Solar is shielding millions of Europeans from volatile energy bills, providing energy security while also reducing household emissions to protect our planet. In our #SolarSaves campaign we hear real stories of how solar is helping families, farmers, schools, and businesses through times of energy and climate crisis. In this video, we speak with João Soares who lives with his wife and children in Amadora, Portugal. João installed solar on his apartment rooftop which is helping to reduce his family's energy bills and give them some energy security, while also helping them do their bit for the planet. For more stories and further information see https://www.solarpowereurope.org/advocacy/solar-saves/
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education Event EMA Lisbon 14 May 2023
Event EMA Lisbon 14 May 2023
14 May 2023
Erasmus Mundus Assoc...
Event EMA Lisbon 14 May 2023
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education Event EMA Lisbon 13 May 2023
Event EMA Lisbon 13 May 2023
13 May 2023
Erasmus Mundus Assoc...
Event EMA Lisbon 13 May 2023
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education Event EMA Lisbon 13 May 2023 _ 2
Event EMA Lisbon 13 May 2023 _ 2
13 May 2023
Erasmus Mundus Assoc...
Event EMA Lisbon 13 May 2023 _ 2
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education Event EMA Lisbon 2023
Event EMA Lisbon 2023
12 May 2023
Erasmus Mundus Assoc...
Event EMA Lisbon 2023
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education Event EMA Lisbon 2023 _ 2
Event EMA Lisbon 2023 _ 2
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Erasmus Mundus Assoc...
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power EUSEW2023 Finalist | Floating solar park in Portugal, combining solar, hydropower & battery storage
EUSEW2023 Finalist | Floating solar park in Portugal, combining solar, hydropower & battery storage
11 May 2023
euenergyweek
Vote for the Alqueva Floating Solar Farm, Portugal, which is bringing clean, reliable and affordable energy with minimal environmental impact: https://interactive.eusew.eu/awards/innovation/alqueva-floating-solar-farm. Having combined a variety of energy types (solar, water, battery) to one point of grid access, the project achieved  greater efficiency and more stable costs. It also helps preserving the ecosystem while delivering on the social aspects of sustainability is at the heart of the solar project. Alqueva Floating Solar Farm is one of three finalists shortlisted for the European Sustainable Energy Awards 2023 in the Innovation category: https://interactive.eusew.eu/awards#innovation. The award recognises outstanding ongoing or recently completed EU-funded projects that show an original and innovative path towards the clean energy transition. Meet all nine outstanding individuals and projects, who are highlighted at the #EUSEW2023 for their innovation in energy efficiency and renewables: https://interactive.eusew.eu/awards/. ➔ Register to attend #EUSEW2023 in Brussels and online on 20-22 June: https://interactive.eusew.eu/ About EUSEW: www.ec.europa.eu/eusew Policy Conference programme: https://interactive.eusew.eu/eusew-2023/programme Join the EUSEW community: https://interactive.eusew.eu/stay-touch/ ______________________________________ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euenergyweek/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/euenergyweek Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4197341/ ______________________________________ The European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is the biggest annual event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe. It is organised by the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) and the Directorate-General for Energy.
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employment Dreaming of Working and Living in Portugal? Here are some fun facts!
Dreaming of Working and Living in Portugal? Here are some fun facts!
10 May 2023
EURES EUROPE
EURES is a service for job mobility and fair recruitment in the EU! It provides advice and job-matching services for labour mobility. Nearly 4 million vacancies are available on the portal today. What are you waiting for? Apply now⤵ https://eures.ec.europa.eu/index_en #EURESjobs #JobSearching #RecruitmentTips #CareerAdvice #WorkAbroad #movingabroad #Portugal
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employment Do you want to know more about Portugal?
Do you want to know more about Portugal?
10 May 2023
EURES EUROPE
EURES is a service for job mobility and fair recruitment in the EU! It provides advice and job-matching services for labour mobility. Nearly 4 million vacancies are available on the portal today. What are you waiting for? Apply now⤵ https://eures.ec.europa.eu/index_en #EURESjobs #JobSearching #RecruitmentTips #CareerAdvice #WorkAbroad #movingabroad #portugal
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employment Work in Portugal Teaser
Work in Portugal Teaser
9 May 2023
EURES EUROPE
Take a look at this teaser to find out what makes Portugal a great country to live in. If you are interested in living in Portugal, browse for a perfect job opportunity through the EURES portal - https://eures.ec.europa.eu/index_en. #EURESjobs #Portugal #WorkInPortugal #LabourMobility
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politics Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa to address the Parliament
Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa to address the Parliament
9 May 2023
European Parliament
The President of Portugal will address the Parliament in Strasbourg. Born in Lisbon in 1948, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa was elected President of the Republic in January 2016 and re-elected five years later. A tenured professor at Lisbon University’s Faculty of Law and a political commentator on Portuguese radio and TV stations, he began his career as a journalist for the weekly newspapers Semanário and Expresso, which he helped to set up.
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energy Customer engagement in flexibility markets: a Portuguese perspective
Customer engagement in flexibility markets: a Portuguese perspective
2 May 2023
Florence School of R...
Customer engagement in flexibility markets: a Portuguese perspective
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maritime Traineeships at EMSA
Traineeships at EMSA
27 Apr 2023
EMSA Lisbon
What's it like to carry out a traineeship at the European Maritime Safety Agency? Our colleagues Maria, Alicia, and Giulia tell us about their experiences working with us. You can find more information about our traineeship programme on our website: https://emsa.europa.eu/trainees
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science How are EU funds helping Portugal’s post-pandemic recovery?
How are EU funds helping Portugal’s post-pandemic recovery?
19 Apr 2023
Euronews Next
In this latest episode of Real Economy, Euronews finds out how the EU's Recovery and Resilience Facility is helping Portugal get back on its feet after the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE : https://www.euronews.com/2023/04/05/how-are-eu-funds-helping-portugals-post-pandemic-recovery Euronews Next is a future-focused news section covering global innovation, science and technology with a European perspective. Our dedicated team of journalists aims to educate and inspire today’s leaders by providing them with analysis and insights into the people and organisations shaping our future #Realeconomy
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science How are EU funds helping Portugal’s post-pandemic recovery?
How are EU funds helping Portugal’s post-pandemic recovery?
5 Apr 2023
Euronews Next
In this latest episode of Real Economy, Euronews finds out how the EU's Recovery and Resilience Facility is helping Portugal get back on its feet after the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE : https://www.euronews.com/2023/04/05/how-are-eu-funds-helping-portugals-post-pandemic-recovery Euronews Next is a future-focused news section covering global innovation, science and technology with a European perspective. Our dedicated team of journalists aims to educate and inspire today’s leaders by providing them with analysis and insights into the people and organisations shaping our future #Realeconomy
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maritime EMSA Highlights 2022
EMSA Highlights 2022
22 Mar 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Our main areas of activity for 2022
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maritime EMSA Highlights 2022: sustainability
EMSA Highlights 2022: sustainability
21 Mar 2023
EMSA Lisbon
An overview of the highlights of our work in the area of sustainability during 2022, including the maritime dimension of the European Green Deal.
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maritime EMSA highlights 2022: technical assistance
EMSA highlights 2022: technical assistance
21 Mar 2023
EMSA Lisbon
The highlights of our activities in the area of technical assistance during 2022, including visits and inspections.
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maritime EMSA highlights 2022: capacity building
EMSA highlights 2022: capacity building
21 Mar 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Our 2022 highlights in the area of capacity building, including the EMSA Academy and capacity building outside the EU.
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maritime EMSA highlights 2022: ship safety
EMSA highlights 2022: ship safety
21 Mar 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Our highlights in the area of ship safety in 2022, including our flagship EMSAFE report, our work on the safety aspects of sustainability (including the carriage of alternatively fuelled vehicles and shore side electricity), and the new e-tag supported by the MED database.
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maritime EMSA highlights 2022: accident investigation
EMSA highlights 2022: accident investigation
21 Mar 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Our highlights of 2022 in the area of accident investigation, including our new Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) service, updates to the EMCIP platform, and our activities in the area of cybersecurity.
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maritime EMSA highlights 2022: surveillance
EMSA highlights 2022: surveillance
21 Mar 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Our 2022 highlights in the area of surveillance, including CleanSeaNet, Copernicus Maritime Surveillance Service, and our Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems Services (RPAS).
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maritime EMSA highlights 2022: digitalisation
EMSA highlights 2022: digitalisation
21 Mar 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Our 2022 highlights in the area of digitalisation, including developments to our integrated maritime services (IMS), and new features and improvements to our THETIS portfolio.
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maritime EMSA highlights 2022: simplification
EMSA highlights 2022: simplification
21 Mar 2023
EMSA Lisbon
The highlights of our activities in 2022 in the area of simplification, including a new version of SafeSeaNet and the closure of the interoperability project.
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maritime EMSA highlights 2022: Maritime Support Services
EMSA highlights 2022: Maritime Support Services
21 Mar 2023
EMSA Lisbon
An overview of the highlights of 2022 in our Maritime Support Services centre, giving 24-hour support to users and coordinating our Contingency Plan activations.
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maritime EMSA highlights 2022: our people, our building, our adminstration
EMSA highlights 2022: our people, our building, our adminstration
21 Mar 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Our corporate services highlights in 2022, including our giant leap towards greater sustainability at EMSA.
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maritime EMSA highlights 2022: horizonal services
EMSA highlights 2022: horizonal services
21 Mar 2023
EMSA Lisbon
Our highlights for 2022 across our horizonal services, including European Coastguard cooperation, planning and monitoring, quality, and communication.
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digital IDC FutureScape 2023 - Aftermovie
IDC FutureScape 2023 - Aftermovie
22 Feb 2023
IDC Portugal
IDC FutureScape 2023 - Aftermovie
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digital IDC FutureScape 2023 - Miguel Freire, Partner na Askblue
IDC FutureScape 2023 - Miguel Freire, Partner na Askblue
20 Feb 2023
IDC Portugal
Operação Aplicacional – Insights & Trends IDC FutureScape 2023 - Miguel Freire, Partner na Askblue
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digital IDC FutureScape 2023 - Gabriel Coimbra, Group Vice President and Country Manager, IDC - Boas Vindas
IDC FutureScape 2023 - Gabriel Coimbra, Group Vice President and Country Manager, IDC - Boas Vindas
17 Feb 2023
IDC Portugal
IDC FutureScape 2023 - Gabriel Coimbra, Group Vice President and Country Manager, IDC
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digital IDC FutureScape 2023 - Craig Wallace, Vice-President, Strategic Offerings and Partnerships, CGI
IDC FutureScape 2023 - Craig Wallace, Vice-President, Strategic Offerings and Partnerships, CGI
17 Feb 2023
IDC Portugal
Reimagine the form of Smart Operations IDC FutureScape 2023 - Craig Wallace, Vice-President, Strategic Offerings and Partnerships, CGI
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digital IDC FutureScape 2023 - Duarte Machado, Senior Sales Executive na Pagero
IDC FutureScape 2023 - Duarte Machado, Senior Sales Executive na Pagero
17 Feb 2023
IDC Portugal
Os Benefícios na Transição Digital do Processo de Contas a Pagar IDC FutureScape 2023 - Duarte Machado, Senior Sales Executive na Pagero
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digital IDC FutureScape 2023 - António Ribeiro, Portugal Cybersecurity Lead, DXC
IDC FutureScape 2023 - António Ribeiro, Portugal Cybersecurity Lead, DXC
17 Feb 2023
IDC Portugal
FutureSecurity - O futuro da cibersegurança António Ribeiro, Portugal Cybersecurity Lead, DXC
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digital IDC FutureScape 2023 - Gabriel Coimbra, IDC - Bruno Horta Soares, IDC
IDC FutureScape 2023 - Gabriel Coimbra, IDC - Bruno Horta Soares, IDC
17 Feb 2023
IDC Portugal
IDC FutureScape: Worldwide & Portuguese IT Industry 2023 Predictions Gabriel Coimbra, Group Vice President and Country Manager, IDC Bruno Horta Soares, Executive Senior Advisor, IDC
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digital IDC FutureScape 2023 - Louisa Barker, Research Manager, Government Insights, IDC
IDC FutureScape 2023 - Louisa Barker, Research Manager, Government Insights, IDC
17 Feb 2023
IDC Portugal
The Future of Digital Trust and Resilience IDC FutureScape 2023 - Louisa Barker, Research Manager, Government Insights, IDC
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digital IDC FutureScape 2023 - Paulo Rosado, CEO, Balwurk
IDC FutureScape 2023 - Paulo Rosado, CEO, Balwurk
17 Feb 2023
IDC Portugal
Proteja o seu negócio na cloud: Estratégias para a cibersegurança IDC FutureScape 2023 - Paulo Rosado, CEO, Balwurk
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digital IDC FutureScape 2023 - Angela Salmeron, Research Director, European Future of Work, IDC
IDC FutureScape 2023 - Angela Salmeron, Research Director, European Future of Work, IDC
17 Feb 2023
IDC Portugal
Future of Work in 2023 and beyond Top workplace imperatives IDC FutureScape 2023 - Angela Salmeron, Research Director, European Future of Work, IDC
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