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  • Press Releases | 13 June 2012

    Showcasing paths to regional economic growth and the use of European Territorial Evidence

  • Press Releases | 13 June 2012

    The regions of North Jutland, Denmark, Greater Manchester, UK, the Balearic Islands, Spain, and Latvia all have good experiences to share on how to develop the economy of regions based on innovation and knowledge. Their different paths will be showcased to policy makers across the EU at the ESPON Open Seminar on 13-14 June 2012 in Aalborg, ...

  • Press Releases | 29 May 2012

    By end of 2013, national and regional authorities will start submitting their operational programmes for 2014-2020 to the European Commission. ESPON`s contribution to this process with new European territorial evidence is in focus at the Open Seminar on 13-14 June 2012, ...

  • Press Releases | 24 April 2012

    Why does Europe need ESPON? How to use ESPON? What is the importance of climate change, innovation and knowledge economy, accessibility, metropolitan areas for the successful development of territories, regions and cities?

  • Press Releases | 20 April 2012

    The ESPON Programme has opened new Calls for Proposals.

  • Press Releases | 13 December 2011

    Showcasing paths to regional economic growth and the use of European Territorial Evidence

  • Press Releases | 6 October 2011

    ESPON is financing 4 new applied research projects over the coming two to three years. ...

  • Press Releases | 24 August 2011

    Today ESPON (the European Observation Network on Territorial Development and Cohesion) opens new Calls for Proposals to ...

  • Press Releases | 30 May 2011

    The debate around EU Cohesion Policy post 2013, the adoption of the Territorial Agenda 2020 and the evidence contribution of ESPON to the EU, national and regional policy making are in focus at the Open Seminar “Evidence and Knowledge Needs for the Territorial Agenda 2020 and EU Cohesion Policy”. The Seminar is organised in cooperation with the Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

  • Press Releases | 20 April 2011

    Speaking to the ESPON Coordination Unit, policy makers emphasized the ways they can make use of the findings from the ReRisk Project while scientists highlighted evidence and scenarios on the impact of rising energy prices.

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