EUSAIR - IRENA

Report
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Lodovico Gherardi
Regione Emilia-Romagna
Core Start-up Team of the future Managing Authority
[email protected]
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2014-2020 programming period
novelties for the European South Eastern
Transnational European Territorial Cooperation
Programmes
Milestones in Macroregional Strategies
 2012 – European Council
request to the Commission
to present Action Plan for
the EUSAIR (Adriatic
Ionian)
 2014 – Adoption of the
Action Plan for the EUSAIR
 Commission  June
 Council Endorsment October
Source: Central Europe MA, 2013
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EUSAIR area
8 countries involved:
4 EU countries: Croatia,
Greece, Italy, Slovenia;
3 candidates countries:
Albania, Montenegro, Serbia;
1 potential candidate country:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
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EUSAIR macro-region characteristics
• The area affects a region primarily defined by the Adriatic
and Ionian Maritime Strategy, also covering important
terrestrial surface area. EUSAIR treats the marine,
coastal and terrestrial areas as interconnected systems
EUSAIR: area challenges….
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Socio-economic disparities;
Transport;
Energy;
Environment;
Natural and man-made hazards and risks entailed by climate
change;
• Administrative and institutional issues.
… and opportunities
Blue Economy;
Connectivity;
Cultural and natural heritage and biodiversity;
Tourism.
Blue Growth
Connecting the
region
Environmental
quality
Sustainable
tourism
Blue Technology
Maritime transport
The marine
environment
Diversified tourism
offer (products and
services)
Fisheries and
aquaculture
Intermodal
connection to the
interland
Transnational
terrestrial habitats
and biodiversity
Sustainable and
responsible tourism
management
(innovation and
quality)
Maritime and
marine governance
and services
Energy networks
CAPACITY-BUILDING, RESEARCH AND INNOVATION,
CHANGE MITIGATION AND DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT
EUSAIR Action Plan – Pillars and Topics
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EUSAIR macro-region - principles
Like the other existing macro regions (the Baltic Sea Region,
the Danube Region), also EUSAIR is characterised by the “3
Nos”:
NO new funds;
NO new legislation;
NO new institutions.
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Integrated funding approach
ENI
ETC
….
EMFF
COSME
EARDF
ERDF
Horizon
2020
LIFE+
ESF
IPA II
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EUSAIR - funding
All Programmes operating in the area shall contribute to the
implementation of the EUSAIR goals, e.g.:
• Programmes directly managed by EU COM: e.g.: Life+, Creative
Europe, Horizon 2020, Cosme, Erasmus +, etc.
• ETC interregional, transnational and bilateral Programmes;
• ERDF, ESF, EMF funds;
• Contribution from other institutions (e.g. EIB, EBRD, WBIF);
• National/ international public/private donors.
ADRION will contribute
to support the governance and implementation of EUSAIR,
and its projects can contribute
to the governance & implementation of the Action Plan
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11 ERDF
Thematic Objectives
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Combating
climate change
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Employment &
Mobility
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ICT
2
Environment and
resource efficiency
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Social inclusion
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Competitiveness
of SMEs
3
Sustainable
transport
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Better education,
training
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Low-carbon
economy
4
Research
and Innovation
Better public
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administration
For each TO, Investment priorities are set by the Regulations
Specific Objective defined by Programmes
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Concentration in ETC
at least 80% of funds on max 4 thematic priorities
Priority 1
TO x
Priority 2
TO x
Priority 3
TO y
Priority 4
TO z
Cooperation
Programme (CP)
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Changes in transnational European Territorial
Cooperation Programmes
2007-2013
South East Europe
(SEE)
Three new 2014-2020
transnational Programmes
Adrion
Danube
Balkan
Mediterranean
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Changes in transnational
European Territorial
Cooperation
Geographies in the South
East Europe
Danube
from 2007-2013
to 2014-2020
Adriatic
Ionian
Balkan
Mediterranean
INTERREG European Territorial Cooperation 2014-2020
Crossborders
Croatia-Slovenia
Greece-Italy
Italy-Croatia
Italy-Slovenia
IT-AL-ME (IPA II)
Transnationals
ADRION Adriatic-Ionian
MED
CENTRAL EUROPE
ALPINE SPACE
Interregionals
Interreg Europe 2020
URBACT
ESPON
INTERACT
Source: Elaboration Emilia-Romagna Region (2013) on EU shapefile
Beyond ETC: integrate all EU, national, regional, local and private funds
for common shared projects
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MAIN FEATURES OF THE
PROGRAMME
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The ADRION Programme in a nutshell
Overall goal (on-going draft CP)
To promote sustainable economic and social
prosperity of the Adriatic and Ionian area through
growth and jobs creation, by improving its
attractiveness, competitiveness and connectivity
while at the same time preserving the environment
and ensuring healthy and balanced marine and coastal
ecosystems
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Area of intervention/ eligible geographical area
Adrion area coincides
with EUSAIR
geographical area
ELIGIBLE COUNTRIES:
 Albania (entire country)
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
(entire country)
 Croatia (entire country)
 Greece (entire country)
 Italy (part)
 Montenegro (entire
country)
 Serbia (entire country)
 Slovenia (entire country)
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The ADRION Programme finance in a nutshell
• EU available funds:
out of which
ERDF
IPA II
99,2 milion EUR
83,5 milion EUR
15,7 milion EUR
• EU co-financing rate: up to 85%
• No “Common POT” (ERDF + IPA II)
• Seat of the implementing bodies:
(Managing & Certifying Authority,
Joint Secretariat and Audit Authority)
Bologna – Emilia-Romagna Region
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Thematic Objectives & Priority Axis in the Adrion Programme
Selected Thematic Objective
ADRION Priority Axis
TO 1 - Research
Innovative and smart region
TO 6 – Environment
Sustainable region
TO 7 - Transport
Connected region
TO11 – Governance
Towards a better governance
of the EUSAIR
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and Investments priorities (IP)
Priority Axis 1 –
Priority Axis 2 –
Priority Axis 3 –
Priority Axis 4 –
Innovative and
smart Region
Sustainable
Connected
Region
Region
Towards a better
governance of the
EUSAIR
•(IP 6c) Conserving,
protecting, promoting
and developing natural
and cultural heritage
•(IP 7c) Developing and
improving environmentfriendly transport system
including multimodal
links
•(IP 1b) - Promoting
business investment in
R&I
• (ETC Reg. art 7)
Enhancing EUSAIR
Governance
•(IP 6d - Protecting and
restoring biodiversity and
soil and promoting
ecosystem services,
including through Natura
2000, and green
infrastructure
Programme priorities, TOs and IPs are in line with the overall
EUSAIR goals
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Adrion Programme Specific Objectives
PA1:
Smart &
Innovative Region
PA2:
Sustainable
Region
Union
support
M Euro
• SO 1.1: Support the development of a regional
Innovation system for the Adriatic-Ionian area
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• SO 2.1: Promote the sustainable valorisation of natural
and cultural assets as growth assets in the AdriaticIonian area
• SO 2.2: Enhance the capacity in transnationally
tacking environmental vulnerability, fragmentation and
the safeguarding of ecosystem services in the AdriaticIonian area
PA3:
Connected region
• SO 3.1: Enhance capacity for integrated transport and
mobility services and multimodality in the AdriaticIonian area
PA4:
Towards a better
governance of the
EUSAIR
• SO 4.1: Facilitate the coordination and implementation
of the EUSAIR by enhancing institutional capacity of
public administrations and key stakeholders and by
assisting the progress of implementation of joint
priorities.
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The Cooperation Programme elaboration process
August 2013: Launch of the new Programme - setting in place of the
Programme Task Force composed by representatives of the participating
countries
April 2014: start elaboration of the Cooperation Programme
May 2014: designation of the Programme Managing Authority
July-Sept. 2014: Public consultation on Programme content
October 2014: Agreement on Programme content
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The Cooperation Programme - next steps
November 2014: Submission of the Adriatic-Ionian Cooperation Programme (CP) to
the European Commission
Last quarter 2014/beginning of 2015: further elaboration of the CP – management
and technical characteristics- negotiation with the Commission
Mid 2015: foreseen approval of the Adriatic-Ionian Cooperation Programme, by
Decision of EC
2015: Joint Secretariat team selection; Programme launch event
TO11 Strategic Project start (support to EUSAIR governance)
Third quarter 2015: launch of the 1st call for proposals
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ADRION - key management principles
The Managing Authority will:
• Ensure an efficient and effective Programme
facing the limited funds available;
• Ensure sound financial management;
• Guarantee transparency and equal treatment principle towards
applicants and projects;
• Support visibility of outcomes achieved;
• Provide innovative and capacity building initiatives;
• Avoid reinventing the wheel and base new projects on past
experience and results achieved (from SEE, MED, IPA Adriatic CBC…)
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Coordination between the MA of ETC
2014-2020 programmes
The eligibility area of ADRION programme:
 partially overlaps with:
 2other macro-regional strategies
 3 other Transnational programmes
 completely encloses 11 CBC programmes
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Danube Strategy
Alpine Strategy
Adriatric Ionian Strategy
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Central Europe
Alpine Space
Balkan MED
MED
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IT-SI
SI-HR
HR-SR
HR-BhI
IT-HR
SR-BhI
SR-MN
BHI-MNI
MN-AL
IT-AL-MN
GR-AL
GR-IT
To achieve the effective management of ETC
programs 2014-2020:
There is a need for a strong coordination among the
managing authorities of ETC transnational programs
geographically located within macro-regional strategies
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lpine StrategyCentral Europe
Danube Strategy
Alpine Space
IT-SI
SI-HR
HR-SR
HR-BhI
IT-HR
SR-BhI
SR-MN
BHI-MNI
MN-AL
Adriatric
Ionian Strategy
IT-AL-MN
GR-AL
GR-IT
Balkan MED
MED
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Contacts with MAs of MED, BALKAN-MED, DANUBE,
CENTRAL EUROPE and ALPINE SPACE are on going with
the aim of coordinating the 3 programmes with partially
overlapping areas and objectives in such a way as to
maximize the their respective impact:
i.e. joint communication, coordination during calls,
capitalization are some of the issues at stake.
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