The Zadar Tourist Board has published a public call for co-financing of events in 2018

first_imgThe Tourist Board of the City of Zadar has announced a public call for co-financing the organization and holding of events in 2018 in the area of ​​the City of Zadar.The subject of the Public Invitation is the allocation of grants from the Tourist Board of Zadar for events in the city of Zadar important for tourism, cultural and other offer as a motive for tourists to the destination, which contribute to the following goals: improving tourist stay and enriching the tourist product Zadar, development of contents that enable prolongation of the tourist season, increase of tourist traffic, especially in the pre-season and post-season, promotion of the city of Zadar in the country and abroad, strengthening of the Zadar brand as a tourist destination and contribution to creating a recognizable image of Zadar.The application is submitted electronically to online form i u tiskanom obliku s potrebnom dokumentacijom ističu iz TZ Zadar te dodaju kako se prijave i dokumentacija  dostavljaju preporučeno poštom ili osobno u Turistički ured zaključno s danom 26. February 2018. (Candidates with the date of sending the mail from February 26, 2018 are also considered) to the address of the Zadar Tourist Board, Jurja Barakovića 5, 23000 Zadar, with the indication “Applications for co-financing of events 2018.”See more about the conditions of the public call here:Zadar Tourist Board / Public call for co-financing of events in 2018 Application form along with instructionslast_img read more

KLM plans to fly planes on reused cooking oil

first_img Share LifestyleTravel KLM plans to fly planes on reused cooking oil by: – June 22, 2011 22 Views   no discussions Share Sharecenter_img Sharing is caring! KLM has enough biokerosene for 200 flights but aims to source moreThe Dutch airline KLM says it plans to use recycled cooking oil on 200 flights between Paris and Amsterdam.The fuel, biokerosene, is derived from used frying oil, which has to be tested to meet the same technical specifications as traditional kerosene.The move is part of the airline’s efforts to secure a positive recommendation from the Dutch Sustainability Board.Airlines are under EU pressure to cut their carbon emissions by 3% by 2012.KLM’s interest in biofuels dates back to 2009, when it ran a test flight carrying 40 people, including the then Dutch economics affairs minister.The 90-minute flight was majority powered by traditional aviation fuel, with just one of the its four engines powered 50% by biofuel.These flights will use 50% of all the fuel for 200 journeys.KLM said its supplies – which are collected from hotels, restaurants and factories before being sent to the US for refining – were currently only enough for that number of journeys.KLM’s managing director, Camiel Eurlings, said it was aiming to go much further than that: “The route to 100% sustainable energy is enormously challenging. We need to move forward together to attain continuous access to sustainable fuel.”The biokerosene flights are expected to start in September on some or all of the six flights a day between the two cities, although the company needs authorisation before they can go ahead.BBC News Tweetlast_img read more

Portugal book their place in Euro 2016 final

first_imgMatts Hummels is suspended for the Germans while Sami Khedira and Mario Gomez are injured.N’Golo Kante returns from suspension for the hosts.Kick off is at 8. Meanwhile, Chris Coleman says he’s proud of Wales’ efforts at the tournament, after going out in last night’s semi-final.Portugal beat them 2-0 in Lyon, Ronaldo and Nani with the goals.But the country’s boss says his players have shown total commitment.last_img