Tags (5) : Henry Roux-Alezais
06/10/2014 | Socio-economic assessments
05/29/2013 | Mediterranean territorial issues
The Institute of the Mediterranean is preparing a three year plan to kick-start culture as an economic sector in the Southern Mediterranean. Version française
Algeria, Barcelona, Brussels, culture, economic reserach, Egypt, Euro-Mediterranean forum of economics science institutes, European Institute of the Mediterranean, european union, Femise, Henry Roux-Alezais, IEMED, IMPGT, Institut de la Méditerranée, Institute of the Mediterranean, Jean-Louis Reiffers, Jordan, lack of knowledge, Lebanon, Mediterranean, Morocco, Palestine, Robert Fouchet, the institute of public managfement and territorial governance, Tunisia
03/27/2013 | Industry / Transport
Jacques Truau is the man who has revived cruises in Marseille. A liner Captain from Gascony, he finished his seafaring career at Paquet and then became a pilot boat captain. He has been posted at the CCI Marseille-Provence for the past 25 years and founded the “Club de la Croisière Marseille-Provence”, which he chairs.
02/12/2013 | Mediterranean territorial issues
MEDITERRANEAN. For its twentieth birthday, the Mediterranean Institute wants to bounce back by implementing its studies. Version française
10/30/2012 | Mediterranean territorial issues
The World Med Institute has gained the support of Marseilles, Valence, Tripoli and Aqaba for a project designed to improve air quality in these coastal cities, all of them faced with the simultaneous challenges of industrialisation and tourism.
air, air quality, aqaba, atmopaca, AZESA, construction, ENPI, european commission, france, gouv’airnance, Henry Roux-Alezais, jordan, jordanie, lebanon, liban, maladies respiratoires, marseilles, measurement stations, OMS, PACA, partnership, spain, Tripoli, Valence, Vincent Wallaert, World Med Institute