From 11 to 14th of November our partners from Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust ( Northern Ireland) , Shetland Geopark ( Scotland), Reykjanes Geopark (Iceland) Stonehammer Geopark ( Canada) , Marble Arch Cave Geopark ( UK and Ireland), Kenozero Natural Park ( Russia) visited Magma Geopark for the last Drifting Apart Project meeting.
It was very successful and we plan the last activities to be completed in time by March 2018. Last event will be the Conference in Reykjanes Geopark (Iceland) with UNESCO representatives, Northern Periphery Programme and local authorities for disseminate the project results.
14th Nov the geoVR Magma Geopark virtual exhibition has been open to the public, more than 30 representatives from local authorities attended the event together with the geoVR developer Doublethink private Company. Participants can try out the technology and travel virtually within Canada, Russia and Norway. Other Countries are going to be implemented by March 2018.
Thank to the Egersund Municipality, Rogaland County Council, West Agder County Council, the UNESCO Norwegian Commission, Nordic Atlantic Cooperation, Nordic Culture Fund and EU North Periphery Programme.
The exhibition is now open on agreement during the winter in Elvegaten 23, 4370 Egersund. ( book at: firstname.lastname@example.org)
From new year will be possible to join the platform and buy commercial licence to include territories from all around the World! info at: email@example.com