Welcome to the course "Approaches and tools for sustainable tourism in the Mediterranean".
The course aims to present approaches and tools for sustainable tourism development in the Mediterranean and deals with some key topics such as the main trends in terms of governance, the use of data to support decisions and the measurement of sustainability.
The activity has been coordinated by the Tuscany Region and implemented by the Department of Economics and Business Sciences (DISEI) and the Department of Statistics, Informatics, Applications “Giuseppe Parenti” (DISIA) of the University of Florence.>> the course starts December 22, 2022 <<
We acknowledge that we live in complex, turbulent and uncertain times and our departing point is that we lack the knowledge to transform our systems towards more sustainable and inclusive pathways. Yet, we do know that business as usual is clearly not an option. We are inspired in a mindset of opportunity and operate with an open attitude, with the intention of building a better future for the Mediterranean. If you share these concerns and this attitude, this 6 weeks MOOC will take you through some key concepts and pioneering experiences in the EU which will help understand the transition towards sustainability from a public policy perspective.
>> Course available from February 28, 2022 <<Read more about this MOOC
Are you involved in territorial cooperation in the Mediterranean area or are you interested in this field? Do you want to increase your knowledge and skills on funding cooperation mechanisms and opportunities for a sustainable Mediterranean and be part of a unique reflection on the future of territorial cooperation and funding mechanisms in the area? Then, this learning programme of the Interreg Euro-MED Academy is made for you!
The Interreg Euro-MED Academy “Funding opportunities and cooperation mechanisms for a sustainable Mediterranean” Learning Programme aims to reflect on the future of European Territorial Cooperation and present several ways of improvement in the Mediterranean. It offers a valuable and unique set of materials, reflections and knowledge related to funding cooperation mechanisms and opportunities for sustainable development in the Mediterranean area.
>> courses available from 10/10/2022 to 05/12/2022 <<
The learning program “#04_ Sustainable Tourism and Mobility for the Mediterranean” addresses jointly sustainable tourism issues during four modules and then the fifth and last one focuses specifically on sustainable mobility in tourist destinations.
In the first four modules of this learning program we will provide an understanding from theory and real practice of what sustainable tourism is, what challenges destinations sustainability, also deepening on overtourism concept, how destinations are addressing it nowadays, or how they are anticipating to it. As part of the learning program, real destinations will present their challenges and how they are addressing these. Besides, since a long time has passed since the very first mention of sustainable development back in 1987, many global frameworks have emerged, such as SDGs, European Green Deal, Glasgow Declaration, European Tourism Information System and the Global Sustainable Tourism Council, among others, and these will be critically analyzed to understand how they contribute, advantages and challenges of their implementation.
Finally, the fifth module will focus on mobility presenting traditional and innovative practices to ensure sustainable mobility in tourism destinations. It will start with the definition of sustainable mobility, followed by the presentation of the challenges of mobility in tourism destinations. Other topics that will be discussed include people’s mode choice in tourism destinations, as well as specific case studies that have been implemented around Europe along with their impact on sustainability.
>> Course starts October 24, and it ends December 5, 2022 <<
The Learning Program “Methods & Tools for stimulating innovation and policy making in the Social & Creative Mediterranean area ” is addressing 3 core tools developed by the Social & Creative horizontal project with the support of all the Modular Projects, to improve policies and practices in the Social Innovation & Creative sectors.Four weeks and four modules built on video lessons including tools, case studies and hands-on learning session for a very practical training providing participants with specific insights and tools ready to be implemented in the daily practices.
>> Course available from September 19, 2022 to December 15, 2023 <<