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COUV FB CANNES

The report for SMILO Second Annual Meeting and ISOS Interreg Marritimo Meeting is now available!

The two events took place together in Cannes from Decembre 11 to 13, 2018 and were co-organised with the French Coastal Management Agency and the City of Cannes.

Small islands representatives from SMILO network, institutional and financial partners, as well as thematic experts from around the world met for 3 days of exchanges and technical workshops, in front of the Lérins archipelago.

This was an important event for the NGO, because the Assessment Committee met for the first time to conduct the first intermediate assessments. The official Awards Ceremony took place at the end of the public seminar "Island Heritage".

This major meeting was also an opportunity to bring together the partners from the European Project ISOS, supported by the European Program INTERREG Marittimo France-Italy 2014-2020. They met during a technical workshop to discuss the preservation of islands' tangible and intangible heritage.

ISLANDS PRESENTATIONS

                                                              

 TERRITORIES AND COMMON ISSUES PRESENTATIONS
Illur Island Preserving Islands Built and Natural Heritage
Lemnos Island Wales
Porquerolles Island Small Islands Military Architecture and Territorial Systems
Capraia Island Landscapes and Rural Traditions on Small Islands from West Mediterranean
Gorée Island Sustainable Tourism in the Face of Mass Tourism
Belle-Ile-en-Mer Restoration and Improvement Projects of Saint-Nicolas Fortress
Lavezzi Archipelago  
Lérins Islands  

 

INTRODUCTION : Protection and Improvement of Islands Heritage

VIDEO : Assinara Island: From a Pilot Island, Rural Landscape Restoration (5'10)

 

THE REPORT

 SMILO CANNES 2018

BANDEAU ISOS ATELIER

 

ATELIER EAU

 

Cet atelier s'est tenu à Porto San Paolo (Sardaigne) du 23 au 25 mai 2018. Il a rassemblé une quarantaine de participants internationaux issus de différents horizons (gestionnaires de sites, autorités publiques locales, experts sectoriels, etc.). De la prévention du gaspillage en passant par la réutilisation et les systèmes de traitement, cet atelier a permis de faire l'inventaire des bonnes pratiques pour une gestion plus efficace de l'eau sur les petites îles.

 

 
 
PRESENTATIONS DES ÎLES 
ISLANDS PRESENTATIONS

 

 
PRÉSENTATIONS TECHNIQUES
TECHNICAL PRESENTATIONS

 

ARCHIPEL DES LAVEZZI
INTRODUCTION ATELIER EAU
CORSE - PHARE DE SENETOSA
KIT DE POTABILISATION OSHUN
ÎLE DE L'ASINARA
SEMIDE / PROJET HYDROUSA
RÉGION SARDAIGNE
 
ÎLE DU LEVANT
 
ÎLE DE PORQUEROLLES
 
ÎLE DE CAPRAIA
 
ÎLE DE PALMARIA
 
ÎLE DE TAVOLARA
 

   

 

 

LES ACTES / THE ACTS 

ACTES TAVOLARA

 Actes de l'atelier (français/italien)

BANDEAU ISOS ATELIERCOUV BONIF PAGEThe ISOS report on the theme 'Waste Management on Small Islands' is now available in French and Italian! The ISOS project aims to create a network of French and Italian islands. For more information, take a look at the section dedicated to our Projects.

This workshop took place in Bonifacio (Corsica), from January 31 to February 1, 2019. It gathered around 40 international participants, including site managers, local public authorities and experts in this field. The workshop focused on highlighting best practices, amongst others to prevent waste production and to find effective solutions for waste disposal on small islands.

TECHNICAL PRESENTATION AND PROJECTS 
Beyond Plastic Med Project
Prince Albert II Foundation
Innovative Solutions
EA ECO-Entreprises
Biodegradable Waste Management
University of Cagliari
The Challenge of Plastic Waste
ENSAM 

ISLANDS PRESENTATIONS 

Lavezzi Islands

Tavolara (1)

 Capraia (1)

Capraia (2)

Comores Archipelago

Gorée

Hyères Islands

Sainte-Marguerite

Principe 

Tavolara  (2)

THE WORKSHOP

Presentation on January 31, 2018 Presentation on February 1, 2018

THE FINAL REPORT

 ISOS ATELIER DECHETS BONIFACIO JANV2018 FINAL 1

 Workshop Report (French/Italian)

 Affiche Porquerolles 2019 min

Small Islands Organisation (SMILO) has organised its third Annual Meeting on the island of Porquerolles (France) from October 14 to 18, 2019!

Representatives from small islands of our network, institutional and financial partners, and field experts from all over the world will gathered during this four-day event for international meetings and technical workshops. This event was co-organised with the French Coastal Management Agency, the National Park of Port-Cros and the French Town of Hyères les Palmiers.

Major events took place during the conference, including:

  • SMILO General Assembly;

  • Partners Meeting of ISOS Project Isole Sostenibili, supported by the European programme INTERREG MARITIMO France-Italy, for the final conclusions of the four technical workshops Heritage, Water, Waste and Renewable Energies;

  • Meeting of SMILO Assessment Committee for the intermediary assessment of 6 islands, candidates to the "Label in Progress": Tavolara (Italy), Bolama (Guinea-Bissau), Saint-Honorat (France), Sainte-Marguerite (France),  Porquerolles (France), and Zlarin (Croatia);

  • Technical Workshop for the preparation of the White Papers "Energy, Water and Waste Flows Management" and "Heritage";

  • "Islands Pop-Up Session", during which SMILO pilot islands will present their ongoing operations and projects;

  • Field trip on Porquerolles Island;

  • Closing dinner and SMILO Award Ceremony, during which all the 6 islands received the Label in Progress, as well as Sectorial Awards:

                  TAVOLARA (Italy): Waste, Biodiversity, Energy and Landscapes

                  ZLARIN (Croatia): Waste

                  SAINT-HONORAT (France): Waste and Landscapes

                  SAINTE-MARGUERITE (France): Biodiversity and Landscapes

                  PORQUEROLLES (France): Biodiversity and Landscapes

                  BOLAMA (Guinea-Bissau)

 

Discover all the islands' and speakers' presentations of the week!

 

ISLAND POP-UP SESSION

The floor was given to SMILO islands or partners, who briefly presented the operations, projects, missions, and initiatives conducted on their island in recent years (maximum 5 minutes). These presentations were correlated with SMILO sectorial themes (Water, Energy, Waste, Biodiversity, Landscapes, Heritage) and contributed to the White Papers for Sustainable Islands (developed within the ISOS / Isole Sostenibili project).

Asinara

(Italy)

Kerkennah

(Tunisia)

Mer d'Emeraude

(Madagascar)

Sainte-Marguerite

(France)

Bolama

(Guinea-Bissau)

Kihnu

(Estonia)

Nosy Hara

(Madagascar)

Santa Luzia

(Cape Verde)

Brownsea

(United-Kingdom)

Lastovo

(Croatia)

Orango

(Guinea-Bissau)

Saint-Honorat

(France)

Corvo

(Portugal)

Lavezzi

(France)

Pangatalan

(Philippines)

Tavolara

(Italy)

Frioul

(France)

Levant

(France)

Porquerolles

(France)

Zlarin

(Croatia)

Gorée

(Senegal)

Marie-Galante

(France - Guadeloupe)

Principe

(São Tomé and Príncipe)

HYDROUSA

Mykonos, Lesvos,Tinos

Discover in a video HYDROUSA Project, supported by the European Union H2020

 

SESSION INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL COMMUNICATION

The expert in digital communication, Julie Paillard, Fête de la Nature, presented and recalled the main principles of digital communication. During this interactive session, she also gave participants practical tips to better identify their community on social media, and advice on how to better create an impactful global communication strategy.

Introduction to digital communication by Julie Paillard, Fête de la Nature

 

 WHITE PAPERS SESSION

The White Papers for Sustainable Islands have been developed as part of the project ISOS/Isole Sostenibili. They aim to identify island-specific issues that limit the implementation of sustainable operations in water, energy, and waste management, as well as heritage preservation. Recommendations will be made to present solutions.

White Papers Presentation by Laurent Boutot, Oréade-Brèche

 

 

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