VISFRIM

TO6

Preserving and protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency.

The project in numbers
Duration:
36 months
Start date: 01.01.19
End date: 31.12.21
N. Partner: 11
 
Progress
Budget:
2.940.441,15€
Budget FERS:
2.499.374,96€

The project in numbers

Duration: 
36 months
Start / End: 
01.01.19 to 31.12.21
Project progress: 
11%
Budget: 
2940441.15€
Budget FERS: 
2499374.96€

VISFRIM

Gestione del Rischio Idraulico per il bacino del fiume Vipacco ed ulteriori bacini transfrontalieri
Priority Axis 3

Protecting and promoting natural and cultural resources

Specific Objective: 
OS 3.3.
Investment Priority: 
PI 6f
Typology: 
Strategic
Overall Objective of the Project: 

The VISFRIM project aims to efficiently manage hydraulic risk in cross-border basins by developing methodologies and technological tools for the implementation of existing flood risk management plans and their forthcoming update, as required by the Floods Directive 2007/60/EC by 2021.

Project summary: 

The programme area is vulnerable to floods and this trend is tragically set to increase due to the ongoing intense urbanisation process and climate change. The VISFRIM project aims to achieve efficient management of hydraulic risk in cross-border basins, through the development of methods and technological tools for the implementation of existing Flood Risk Management Plans (PGRA) and their forthcoming update (2021). The project will involve governmental bodies and local authorities in developing joint measures and actions in the international basins of the Isonzo and Vipacco rivers and in the interregional basin of the Lemene River. They will share data and knowledge, jointly develop models for flood simulation and identify mitigation measures to be implemented in the territory, cost and benefit assessed in advance using specific IT procedures designed during the project. In particular, green IT tools will be implemented, i.e. technologies capable of promoting the active participation of citizens in environmental monitoring, and structural works will be implemented on a small scale and with low environmental impact.

Main results: 

1. Local communities more resilient to floods
The project involves developing green technologies, systems capable of promoting the conservation and protection of the natural environment, such as web platforms for the collection and presentation of a range of information on cross-border river basins. This will help increase mutual trust between different competent authorities, improve land monitoring and promote greater dissemination of environmental data, making communities within the system less vulnerable and more aware of existing risks.
2. Increased land security
The sharing of information through the project's green technologies will allow us to develop more reliable modelling tools, supported by a larger and more distributed data set in the territory. Moreover, the resulting improved knowledge framework will lead decision makers to identify the most effective solutions (structural and non-structural) to be implemented in the territory to mitigate the hydraulic risk within the entire catchment area.

Partner

Lead Partner

Autorità di bacino distrettuale delle Alpi orientali

Venezia
ITA

Project partner 1

Città Metropolitana di Venezia

Venezia
ITA

Project partner 2

Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia

Trieste
ITA

Project partner 3

Regione del Veneto – Direzione Difesa del Suolo

Venezia
ITA

Project partner 4

Project partner 5

Agenzia ambientale slovena

Osrednjeslovenska
SLO

Project partner 6

Comune di Miren-Kostanjevica

Goriška
SLO

Project partner 7

Comune di Nova Gorica

Goriška
SLO

Project partner 8

Comune di Postojna

Primorsko-notranjska
SLO

Project partner 9

Comune di Šempeter-Vrtojba

Goriška
SLO

Project partner 10

Comune di Vipava

Goriška
SLO

Objectives and Activities

The project includes several activities aimed at supporting flood risk management in selected cross-border case studies. Specifically, shared hazard maps and hydraulic risk maps will be drawn up through the use of accurate, jointly developed modelling tools. This will allow common management objectives to be established and potential measures to achieve them to be implemented.

Contacts

Autorità di bacino distrettuale delle Alpi orientali

+39041714444
Cannaregio 4314, 30121, Venezia, Italia
Ferri Michele

Città Metropolitana di Venezia

+39 041 2501971
San Marco 2662, 124, Venezia, Italia
Luisa Girotto

Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia

+390403774169
Piazza Unità d'italia 1, 34100, Trieste, Italia
Marco Lipizer

Regione del Veneto – Direzione Difesa del Suolo

0412792357
Palazzo Balbi - Dorsoduro - Venezia 3901, 30123, Venezia, Italia
Valentina Bassan

Slovenian Water Agency

+386 1 478 3100
Hajdrihova ulica 28c, 1000, Ljubljana, Slovenija
Suzana Stražar

Agenzia ambientale slovena

+386 1 478 40 00
Vojkova 1b, 1000, Ljubljana, Slovenija
Klement Bergant

Comune di Miren-Kostanjevica

+386 5 330 46 70
Miren 137, 5291, Miren-Kostanjevica, Slovenija
Nevenka Vuk

Comune di Nova Gorica

,+386 5 3350 111
Trg Edvarda Kardelja 1
Mateja Zoratti

Comune di Postojna

+386 (0)5 7280 700
Ljubljanska cesta 4
Anita Kranjc

Comune di Šempeter-Vrtojba

00386 (0) 5 335 10 00
Trg Ivana Roba 3a, 5290, Šempeter-Vrtojba, Slovenija
Petra Dominko Baša

Comune di Vipava

+386 (0)5 364 34 10
Glavni trg 15, 5271, Vipava, Slovenija
Lavreni Božidar