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Collaboration with NOVATERA

Green Vineyards partners with NOVATERRA to make vineyards more sustainable  The collaboration between NOVATERRA and Green Vineyards is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable viticulture. NOVATERRA, an EU-funded H2020 project, is dedicated to ensuring food security and promoting access to healthy food for the growing population. Focusing on Mediterranean olive groves and vineyards through […]

Moving forward in Germany

The fourth face-to-face meeting of the Green Vineyards project was held on 29-30 January in Radolfzell am Bodensee, Germany. It was hosted by the local partner the Lake Constance Foundation. The main points of the agenda dealt with the last phases of the project, paying special attention to the translation of the different units of […]

Green Vineyards best practices: Castello Monte Vibiano

Castello Monte Vibiano is a pioneer in the field of sustainability.  This magnificent winery stands at the centre of the Fasola estate on the Perugia’s hills, Italy, producing both high-quality oil and wine. In 2009, it was awarded with the “zero CO2 emissions” certification (DNV UNI ISO 14064), being the first Italian company to receive […]

A visit to North Macedonia

The third face-to-face meeting of Green Vineyards project took place on 27-28 June in Skopje, North Macedonia. The meeting was hosted by the Institute for Research in Environment, Civil Engineering and Energy – IECE, partner of Green Vineyards project. One of the topics discussed at the meeting was the design and structure of the training […]

Sustainable Competence Framework published!

Green Vineyards project has published its first output, the Competence Framework & Sustainable Practices for Wine Sector. This guide contains a specific competence framework which aims to contribute to identifying the environmental competencies required by wine sector workers to ensure a positive environmental footprint of the activities carried out in this primary sector industry. It […]

Umbria region hosted second face-to-face meeting

The second face-to-face meeting of the Green Vineyards project took place last 23rd February in the Italian city of Perugia, hosted by CESAR (Centro per lo Sviluppo Agricolo e Rurale). All partners attended the meeting, and had the opportunity to review all relevant aspects of the project, including the final revision of the Green Competences & […]

Green competences for the wine sector

Through a survey, the Green Vineyards project seeks the help of wine sector stakeholders to develop a green competence framework. Green Vineyards project aims to train workers in the wine sector to help them face the challenges of climate change. A just and sustainable society with a modern, resource-efficient, and competitive economy cannot be achieved […]

Logroño project meeting

The first green Vineyards partner’s face-to-face meeting took place last 8th September 2022 at Logroño, la Rioja, Spain. The meeting was held the day after the public event organized to present the project at the UNIR headquarters in Logroño. All project partners attended in a daylong meeting that aimed to design and implement the tasks […]

Public presentation – GREEN VINEYARDS

Last 7th September 2022, The Universidad Internacional de La Rioja (UNIR) through its Institute for Research, Innovation and Educational Technology (UNIR iTED), host a public event to presentate Green Vineyards project to regional society. The project, framed within the Erasmus+ programme, has a budget of 201,535 euros and a duration of 30 months. Daniel Burgos, […]

Green Vineyards for Society

A public presentation of the European project Green Vineyards will be held on Wednesday 7th September at the UNIR headquarters in Logroño, Spain. The event will start at 16h, with the aim of presenting the objectives and expected results of the project to future participants, authorities and other stakeholders will participate in the event. The […]

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