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   Switch to Russian 2011 * December 2011 * 22.12.2011 Monday, November 18, 2019  
 COOL Bricks Project Partner Meeting in Malmö

The regular Project partner meeting of the project "COOL Bricks - Climate Change, Cultural Heritage & Energy Efficient Monuments" took place in Malmö (Sweden) on December 12–14, 2011.

 

The project COOL Bricks is carried out in the context of the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007–2013. The project partners are 18 organizations form 9 countries: Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Belarus and Finland. The Republican Centre for Technology Transfer represents Belarus. The inviting party of the project partner meeting was Environment Department of the City of Malmö.

 

Participants of the meeting discussed the progress in work packages WP1 (Management and Administration), WP2 (Communication and Information), WP3 (Policy Development), WP4 (Technical Innovations), WP5 (Education), exchanged information and defined next steps. A Visit to Eco-centre Sege Park was organized for participants. Also an International seminar was held in the frame of the project partner meeting.

 

On the seminar their reports delivered:

   -Dr. Rudolf Plagge, Technical University Dresden (Germany) "Energetic Refurbishment of Brickbuildings",

   -Marte Boro, Senior Adviser, Directorate for Cultural Heritage (Norway) "Feasibility Study for the proposed European Standard "Guidelines for improving energy efficiency of architecturally, culturally of historically valuable buildings",

   -Rainer Scheppelmann, Ministry for Urban Development and Environment Hamburg (Germany), International Climate Cooperation "Project EU CO2 80/50 Stakeholder involvement in regional mitigation strategies".

 

Information about the meeting and presentations made at the seminar also available on website of the COOL Bricks Project.

 

The next project partner meeting will take place February 20–23, 2012 in Velikij Novgorod (Russia).


  
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