LifeBEWARE Community of Interest

For growing together in a more resilient and secure way

The Community of Interest of LIFE BEWARE Project is currently composed by 84 partners coming from 10 countries among municipalities, universities and research institutes, colleges, and professional bodies of experts such as engineers, architects, surveyors, agronomists and forestry doctors, as well as reclamation Consortia, civil society organizations and companies from all over Europe.

With the Community of Interest, LIFE BEWARE is creating a wide network in the field of hydraulic safety and resilience with the aim to foster multi-stakeholder involvement in the project activities and to ensure the replicability of its results.

In compliance with the values, objectives and thematic of LIFE BEWARE, the members are invited to know and follow the activities of the project by subscribing to the newsletter, promoting the dissemination of the project results, contributing to the collection of information on the theme of hydraulic risk, joining debates and specific events about the related critical issues and priorities.

These actions allow to adapt the project activities and objectives to the needs and priorities identified and suggested by the Community of Interest throughout workshops, meetings and training courses, guided tours, webinars on hydraulic safety and much more.

What does the Community do?

Besides being a great opportunity to create synergies between stakeholders from different sectors and several European countries, the LIFE BEWARE Community of Interest offers to its members the possibility to participate in some of the most interesting activities organized by the project partners such as:

  • Training courses on hydraulic risk mitigation and prevention in urban and rural areas, for experts and technicians, public administrators, farmers’ associations and so on;
  • Lessons on climate change and adaptation measures with primary and secondary school students;
  • Webinars on Natural Water Retention Measures as a strategy for flood risk prevention;
  • University course “Communities resilient to hydrogeological risk” realized within the master’s course of the University of Padova “Governance of local development networks”;
  • Cycles of conferences, festivals and popular activities oriented to the whole citizenship.

How to become a partner?

To join the Community of Interest of LIFE BEWARE it is necessary to share the project aims by signing a Memorandum of Understanding, hence contributing to the dissemination and promotion of the project activities. Moreover, it is possible to participate in surveys regarding hydraulic risk whose results will be used to customize the characteristics of the activities offered to the Community of Interest and to define the contents of a manual on the main natural water retention measures for the hydraulic safety of the territory.

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Comprehensive list of members of the Community of Interest:

  • AVVI Studio Associato
  • Breganze municipality
  • Carrè municipality
  • Chiuppano municipality
  • Lugo di Vicenza municipality
  • Zanè municipality
  • Ecotopia cooperative
  • Equistiamo APS
  • Davide Baggio – architectural firm
  • Nicoletti architects – architectural firm
  • Local Action Group (GAL) Alto Tammaro – Terre dei Tratturi
  • Jonas by circolo Viaggi
  • Santorso in Transizione
  • National Union of Mountain Municipalities and Mountain Communities (UNCEM)
  • GAM Santorso
  • Italian Alpine Club (CAI) Schio
  • Association Amici dei fiumi del Veneto e dell’Europa-CITF
  • Agro-technical order and Agro-technical Institute “I. Calvino”- Noverasco di Opera(MI)
  • Terrazziamo ETS
  • Giancarlo Zarantonello
  • Associazione Italiana Architettura del Paesaggio
  • Club 3P Association
  • Associazione Veneta dei produttori biologici e biodinamici
  • Associazione dei comuni virtuosi
  • Biosphaera s.c.s
  • Caldogno municipality
  • Consulta Qualità del Territorio
  • Costabissara municipality
  • Gambugliano municipality
  • Mais Marano
  • Distretto Protezione civile Vicenza 9
  • Vicenza Province
  • Torri di Quartesolo municipality
  • Agro-technical order, Treviso Province
  • CREA – Council for Agricultural Research and Economics
  • Professor and researcher Gian Battista Bischetti
  • Professor and researcher Feliciana Licciardello
  • FA Natura
  • Professor and researcher Giulio Castelli
  • Professor and researcher Daniele Penna
  • Professor and researcher Francesco Gentile
  • Wigwam Clubs Italia (National environmental protection organization)
  • Basoinsa s.l.
  • Giovanni Scalco
  • Marta Ciesa
  • ARPAV ( Regional Agency for Environmental Protection)
  • Creazzo municipality
  • Noventa Padovana municipality
  • Pubblici Giardini Association
  • Vicenza municipality
  • Padova municipality
  • Preganziol municipality – Environmental policies and public works department
  • Preganziol municipality – Environmental office
  • Preganziol municipality – Environmental policies and public works department – individual expression of interest
  • San Donà di Piave municipality
  • Tetovo Municipality
  • City of Lille
  • CRLDS – Centre for European Policy Studies on Regional and Local Development (AL)
  • SEGA – National Youth Org from Macedonia
  • UBBSLA- Union of Bulgarian Black Sea Local Authorities
  • Dagda local municipality
  • Dagda secondary school
  • Blue Room Innovation
  • AIMEN Technology Center
  • University of Valencia
  • Lousada Municipality
  • The Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES)
  • Diadikasia SA
  • De Watergroep
  • Confagricoltura Vicenza
  • Italian Confederation of Farmers (CIA) Vicenza
  • Colli Euganei park
  • Italian Centre for River Restoration (CIRF)
  • Veneto Region, Soil Defense Direction
  • Confagricoltura Rovigo
  • Confagricoltura Padova
  • Confagricoltura Treviso
  • Confagricoltrua Belluno
  • National park Dolomiti Bellunesi
  • Confagricoltura Veneto
  • Landes Group
  • ANBI Veneto
  • Reclamation consortium ACQUE RISORGIVE

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