Italia's La Repubblica talks about the GRESS project 

Repubblica, one of the most widespread Italian newspapers, talks about GRESS and how the territorial cooperation could help cities and regions in improving their policies through the exchange of good practices and peer learning.

During the interview, Marino Cavallo - the local project coordinator of the Metropolitan City - pointed out how Interreg Europe Programme is facilitating the collaboration and the exchange among different territorial areas from all over the Union, building a more cohesive Europe.

GRESS in particular deal with a priority issue: how to boost green economy, facilitating new business idea and generating economic value, while protecting the environment. Peer learning on this topic will help to step towards 2030 goals.

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