Prowad Link provides new sustainable angles for tourism

30 November 2018 - Published by Harald Marencic
On 27th to 28th of November, the Prowad Link partners met in Esbjerg to develop new perspectives of sustainable tourism and plan further project steps.

In the new INTERREG project "Prowad Link" 14 project partners around the North Sea will work together on linking nature protection and sustainable growth. On the issue of sustainable tourism products, the partners from The Wash in England and the three Wadden Sea countries met on 27-28 November in Esbjerg, Denmark, to plan the years ahead on developing and improving existing tourism and experience offers with a particular focus on nature and sustainability.

PROWAD LINK is co-funded by and carried out in the framework of the Interreg North Sea Region Programme under the Programme Priority 1 “Thinking Growth” and the Specific Objective 1.1. “Develop new or improved partnerships between businesses, knowledge institutions, public administrations and end users with a view to long-term cooperation (post project) on developing products and services.” The programme is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) of the European Union.

Photo: Prowad Link partners at their Esbjerg meeting. Nationalpark Vadehavet.