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The MOSES Project is funded by the EU INTERREG Atlantic V Programme (2014 to 2020), Priority 4 Enhancing Biodiversity and the Natural and Cultural Assets..


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MOSES is an EU multinational research project involving eight partners representing the five member states of the Atlantic Area. The multinational partners of MOSES (universities, marine research institutions, and regional bodies) include representatives from France, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

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We were featured on Ireland's state broadcaster this week.

Marine tourism may boost west coast off-season - study https://t.co/JsBobOARUq via @rte

#sustainablemobility #sustainabletourism

Sustainable coastal tourism has the potential to attract people for longer stays + provide benefits to the local economy🌊

Thank you @rtenews for featuring our @AtlanticArea funded @atlanticmoses project with @ResearchatNUIG

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Marine tourism may boost west coast off-season - study https://t.co/A6lUrvyjzK via @rte @failte @wildatlanticway @NWAssembly @WesternDevCo @DonegalInvest @sligococo @leitrimcoco @GalwayCoCo @MayoDotIE

Sustainable tourism matters: new EU🇪🇺study on coastal trails and #bluegrowth used the Wild Atlantic Way as a model. Carried out by @atlanticmoses @SEMRU_NUIG with partner @NWAssembly #coastaltourism #wildatlanticway via @patmcgrath . 👉https://t.co/Kj2zDTom9K

Ireland signs up to support new Maritime Protected Area https://t.co/P3g9k7qGim