List of projects

Our projects in all sectors are presented in short below:
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Monday, 20th May 2024

AZA4ICE - Allocated Zones for circular Aquaculture to trigger the transition to an Inclusive and Circular Economy in aquaculture sector fostering new business opportunities and eco-consciousness society

In Euro-MED, fisheries & aquaculture have been key socioeconomic drivers for millennia, providing livelihoods & MED diet’s basis. Aquaculture is still key economic sector for the area, but faces many challenges: lack of strategies for sustainable development & public sector’s relevant low capacity; linear economy practices/business models traditionally used; complicated legal/licensing framework; lack of dialogue between stakeholders; limited access to space. The overarching challenge of sustainable aquaculture is jointly tackled in AZA4ICE, specifically in close-to-coast & inland waters, where it has great potential for local economies & consumption system. AZA4ICE amplifies the transition to Inclusive & Circular Economy in the sector, implementing innovative ecosystem spatial planning approach embedded with circular practices-production systems in close-to-coast & inland waters. It brings together stakeholders of 5-helix to increase their knowledge/skills, exchange experience & collaborate in drafting their vision & Action Plan for sector’s transition; thus filling the lack of dialogue & blunting conflicts of different uses, leading to new business opportunities & eco-consciousness society. AZA4ICE aquaculture spatial planning approach, stakeholder engagement methodology & Action Plans are the main outputs to be used by public authorities, private sector & academia to benefit the whole society. AZA4ICE approach builds on partners’ existing knowledge & engages 5- helix actors increasing their capacity by exchanging cross boarder experiences; thus it critically depends on transnational cooperation. AZA4ICE is pioneer to suggest circular aquaculture spatial planning & test it in close-to-coast & inland waters going beyond existing practice of aquaculture planning in coastal sea areas.

Total project budget: € 2.962.186,00

Duration: 01/01/2024 – 31/09/2026

Lead Partner Organisation:  University of Patras

Partners: REGION OF IONIAN ISLANDS (EL) | IMC Foundation – International Marine

Centre (IT) | Andalusian Research & Training Institute of Agriculture, Fisheries, Agrifood & ecological production (ES) | Business and Innovation Maritime Cluster – Toulon Var Technology (FR) | Public Institution Development Agency of Sibenik-Knin County (HR) | Adria Innovation Harbour (HR) |Dynamic Vision (EL) | Institute of Fish Resources (BG) | Chamber of Economy of Montenegro (ME) | Portuguese Institute of the Sea and Atmosphere, P.I. (PT)

 AZA4ICE - Allocated Zones for circular Aquaculture to trigger the transition to an Inclusive and Circular Economy in aquaculture sector fostering new business opportunities and eco-consciousness society

Monday, 20th May 2024

INFIRE - INnovative FInancing solutions for climate planning of REsilient and carbon neutral living areas

The Mediterranean is at the forefront of the fight against climate change, requiring cities and regions to act quickly and cooperate to prevent further negative environmental, social, and economic implications. INFIRE addresses two key aspects of the slow transition towards climate neutrality and climate adaptation in the Euro-MED region: low capacities of public authorities for the development and integration of strategic planning documents and the inability to properly evaluate and mobilize public and private capital for large-scale investment projects needed for reaching EU’s 2030 targets.

INFIRE gathers experienced partners with highly complementary skills that cooperate to establish a long-lasting support structure to build capacities of public authorities in the involved regions for developing, implementing, and monitoring holistic climate adaptation and carbon neutrality (CACN) solutions and policy instruments. INFIRE provides jointly developed and practical solutions in form of:

· Green Finance Evaluation Toolkit for triggering financing of CACN projects and long-term strategies with innovative financing schemes

· Enhanced and aligned strategic planning documents and public financing programmes to support the transition to resilience and carbon neutrality

· Tailor-made curriculum and intensive capacity-building programme for public authorities of the Euro-MED region

· Citizens’ engagement through co-creation process and civic-crowdfunding models, promoting behavioral change

· Piloting 8 concrete and innovative CACN solutions for future replication and upscaling.

The originality of INFIRE project arises from a holistic bottom-up approach that addresses both the supply (public authorities as project developers) and demand side (financial institutions and citizens as investors) by understanding their drivers and shortcomings and bridging the gap through intensive cooperation with both sides and promotion of best available practices.

Total project budget: 2.765.933,00

Duration: 01/01/2024 – 31/09/2026

Lead Partner Organisation: REGION OF PELOPONNESE

Partners: REGION OF PELOPONNESE (EL) | Energy and Environment Agency of Arrábida (PT) | Regional Energy Agency of Pazardzhik (BG) | Sarajevo Economic Region Development Agency Bosnia and (BA) | AREA Science Park (IT) | North-West Croatia Regional Energy Agency (HR) | Dynamic Vision (EL) | Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Energy Environment Agency (FR) | Atmo Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (FR) | City of Karlovac (HR)

 INFIRE - INnovative FInancing solutions for climate planning of REsilient and carbon neutral living areas

Friday, 29th March 2024

DesirMED: Demonstration & mainstreaming of nature-based solutions for climate resilient transformation in the Mediterranean.

DesirMED is a project funded by HORIZON Europe Research and Innovation actions in support of the implementation of the Adaptation to Climate Change Mission (HORIZON-MISS-2022-CLIMA-01). DesirMED aims at increasing ambition, ownership and capability of regional Mediterranean leaders and communities through proven transformative climate change adaptation approaches prioritizing nature based solutions. To this aim DesirMED involves a multi-level set of actors in 5 Demonstrating regions and 3 Replicating Regions working hand-in-hand with scientific partners to foster holistic approaches to implement transformative adaptation. By engaging at the regional level key institutions in a multi-level governance framework, it will act as a catalyst to trigger and accelerate the necessary actions to increase regional climate resilience over the long run.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe Programme under grant agreement No. 101112972

Total project cost: € 17,733,882.50

Total project funding: € 16,938,059.00

Duration: 01/01/2024 – 31/12/2028

Coordinating organization: CMCC - Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici

Partners: Fundacion Tecnalia Research and Innovation (ES) | Inova+ Innovation Services (PT) | Dimokritio Panepistimio Thrakis (GR) | Climate-KIK Holding BV (NL) | Stichting Deltares (NL) | Stichting Wageningen Research (NL) | Dynamic Vision (GR) | BwB Connect (IE) | Regione Autonoma della Sardegna (IT) |Splitsko-dalmatinska županija (HR) | Priority Actions Programme Regional Activity Centre (HR) | Municipio do Fundao (PT) | Generalitat Valenciana (ES) | Vaersa Valenciana de Aprovechamiento Energetico de Residuos (ES) | Medi XXI Gabinet de solucions ambientals (ES) | Perifereia Anatolikis Makedonias Kai Thrakis (GR) | Perifereiako Tameio Anaptyxis Anatolikis Makedonias Thrakis (GR) | Energeiako Grafeio Kyprion Politon (CY) | Provincia di Potenza (IT) | Istituto Politecnico de Castelo Branco (PT) | Associacao para um Centro de Estudos em desenvolvimento sustentavel (PT) | Comunidade Intermunicipal das Beiras e Serra de Estrela (PT) Dimos Pangaiou (GR) | European Public Law Organisation (GR) | Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (IT) | Città Ricerche Territorio Innovazione Ambiente srl (IT) | Fondazione IMC Centro Marino Internazionale (IT) | University of Split, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy (HR) | Udruga za Prirodu Okolis i Odrzivi Razvoj Sunce (HR) | Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute (CY) | Conseil National Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur (FR) | Union Internationale pour la conservation de la nature et de ses ressources (FR)


 DesirMED: Demonstration & mainstreaming of nature-based solutions for climate resilient transformation in the Mediterranean.

Monday, 26th June 2023

Community4Innovation: Innovative Sustainable Economy Thematic Community Project


PROJECT nº: Euro-MED0100007


START DATE: 01/01/2023

END DATE: 30/09/2029

DURATION: 81 months



The world is confronted with a more and more urgent need to accelerate the transition from a social and economic development model relying on excessive exploitation of natural resources to a more sustainable one, compatible with the planetary boundaries. Global change is happening, and it is happening fast, pushed by human pressure. There is multi-level growing consensus on the role of transformative place-based innovation to reach the ambitious Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and create political and operational convergence to accelerate the transition of the Mediterranean region towards a green, blue, circular, and inclusive economy. Innovation investment can be oriented to meet the most pressing challenges of sustainable development, beyond short-term economic growth.


In this context, the Innovative Sustainable Economy mission of the Interreg Euro-MED Programme works to boost a fair transition to a circular economy through two governance projects that develop innovative technical knowledge and ensure these new solutions are transferred into public policies. To amplify individual thematic projects’ results and raise the overall mission impact, the mission relies on the know-how and field implementation knowledge of the Thematic Community Project along with the policy and advocacy knowledge of the Institutional Dialogue Project. Jointly the two governance projects contribute to: i) facilitating the exploitation and REUSE of knowledge, experiences, and project results towards other stakeholders; ii) facilitating the TRANSFER of results to other stakeholders, Programmes and territories and their mainstreaming into local, regional, national, and European policies; and iii) increasing COORDINATION between stakeholders covering the Mediterranean based on shared knowledge, experiences, and results. The Innovative Sustainable Economy mission governance projects kicked off in January 2023 and will run until September 2029. The governance projects cover the whole Programme area, covering 14 countries from Cyprus to Portugal with a look at the whole Mediterranean Sea basin. Formed by a highly qualified and transdisciplinary partnership with 43 organisations between the projects’ consortiums and joint associated partners.

In particular, the Thematic Community Project (featured by the name of Community4Innovation) works to achieve the mission goals by developing and enhancing research and innovation capacities for the uptake of technologies in order to support the transition to a circular economy and consolidate a competitive innovation ecosystem with the 4-helix stakeholders. Therefore, Community4Innovation acts as an engaged and structured community that improves collaboration among projects, stakeholders, and relevant institutions to find solutions for common challenges and promote the transfer of novel practices to other actors and territories for their integration into policies and strategies. Community4Innovation main outputs comprise a set of integrated and mutual reinforcing activities to achieve the overall mission and Programme goals with a bottom-up cooperation approach though the activation of a Community of Practice, mapping of potential target groups, stakeholders, networks, and innovative projects, compiling solutions by developing and interactive catalogue, starting-up an animating the Innovative Sustainable Economy Community Hub, supporting challenge-driven stakeholders alliances, organising Mediterranean Innovation Events, providing capacity building, and fostering joint advocacy activities contributing to the implementation of key policies, strategies, agendas, declarations, and action plans for the overall achievement of the SDGs. The Community4Innovation consortium is integrated by 10 partners from Spain, Italy, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belgium, France, and Bulgaria. The Community4Innovation project of the new programming period Interreg Euro-MED 2021-2027 is the successor of the Green Growth Community of the previous programming period Interreg MED 2014-2021, both coordinated by BETA Technological Centre. Dynamic Vision was involved as a Partner in Green Growth Community and continues the journey in Community4Innovation, leading activities mainly focused on establishing the conditions for effective identification, sharing and REUSE of actionable knowledge towards a more innovative sustainable economy.



Balmes University Foundation – BETA Technological Centre (ES) • REVOLVE (ES) • Dynamic Vision (EL) • Centre for Energy, Environment and Resources (BA) • Association of Cities and Regions for Sustainable Resource Management (BE) • University of Siena – Department of Physical Science, Earth and Environment (IT) • Mediterranean Information Office for Environment, Culture and Sustainable Development (EL) • Business and Innovation Sea Cluster – Toulon Var Technology (FR) • Waste Agency of Catalonia – MedWaves, the UNEP/MAP Regional Activity Centre for SCP (ES) • Green Synergy Cluster (BG)


Union of Mediterranean Confederations of Enterprises (TN) • Medcities Association (ES) • Energy Cities (FR) • Agency for Sustainable Mediterranean Cities and Territories (FR) • European Public Law Organization (EL) • United Nations Environment Programme / Mediterranean Action Plan – Barcelona Convention Secretariat (EL) • Ministry of Development and Investments (EL) • Circle of Mediterranean Parliamentarians for Sustainable Development (EL) • Arab Network for Environment and Development (EG) • National Inter-University Consortium for Marine Sciences (IT) • The Balkan Forum (XK) • United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network Mediterranean (IT) • Apulia Region (IT) • Association of Rural Initiatives of Catalonia (ES) • Barleti Institute for Research and Development (AL) • Euroregion Pyrenees Mediterranean EGTC (FR) • INGENIO [CSIC-UPV] (ES) • Ministry of Finance and Economy (AL) • Regional Council Of Shkoder (AL) • ENEA Italian national agency for new technologies energy and sustainable economic development (IT) • The Malta Council for Science and Technology (MT) • MA of the Operational Program for Sustainability and Efficiency in the Use of Resources (PT) • Ruder Boskovic Institute (HR) • General Directorate for European Funds of the Ministry of Finance and Civil Service (ES)


PHOTOS from the Kick-off meeting

 Community4Innovation: Innovative Sustainable Economy Thematic Community Project

Monday, 15th June 2020

Minimising Energy Consumption for Green Buildings respecting present uses and public needs – GreenBuilding

Mediterranean countries need to reduce energy consumption and adverse environmental impacts due to the high dependence on fossil fuels. GreenBuilding project intends to tackle this challenge by promoting the use of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency measures in public buildings since renewable energies represent a natural competitive advantage for the Mediterranean. The project will support 3 cost-effective public buildings energy refurbishment in Greece, Tunisia and Jordan. Furthermore, it will strengthen the capacities of public institutions to effectively plan and implement sustainable energy policies, through the identification of cost-effective energy refurbishment approaches, transfer of technical know-how and the enhancement of higher research institutions, energy SMEs and business support organizations.

Acronym: GreenBuilding

Full title: Minimising Energy Consumption for Green Buildings respecting present uses and public needs

Thematic objective: B.4 Environmental protection, climate change adaptation and mitigation

Priority: B.4.3 Energy efficiency and renewable energy

Countries: Greece, Spain, Lebanon, Tunisia, Jordan

Total Budget: 2.2 million euro

EU Contribution: 1.9 million euro

Project co-financing: 10%


Our partnerships

Our clients span from Public Sector entities:
Universities, NGOs, International Organizations, Municipalities, Regions.

Private Sector entities:
start-ups, SMEs, joint ventures of private entities in Greece and transnationally.

A variety of sectors such as:
information technology & research, health, social care & welfare, consumer protection, vocational training & education.

Since February 2015 by Deanship Meeting, Dynamic Vision was awarded the title of the Honorary Scientific Associate of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Health Sciences.