“Tabula Regionum Europea – 1999”
The Assembly of European Regions (AER) has just produced its “Tabula Regionum Europea – 1999”. This map of the Regions of Europe shows the progress of regionalism and the advances made by regionalism since 1995 (previous edition). The map demonstrates, in particular, the changes that have occurred in Finland, Poland, Sweden and the UK.
For the first time, this map has been produced in the form of a computer file (Illustrator 8.0) which means that it can be updated more easily and quickly and new editions can therefore come out more frequently. The cartographic preparation was carried out by Prof. J.B.Kormoss of the Collège de Brugge (B), and the computer science was handled by the Graphi-Ogre/Géotlas Society (F).
This map is available from the AER General Secretariat in Strasbourg or from its Bureau in Brussels, or by post (please enclose 2 Euros to cover administrative costs). The map can also be found in light version on the AER Web site: http://aer.eu/tabula-regionum-europae/
“Visiting Cards of the European Regions – 1999”
The Assembly of European Regions has also just republished its “Visiting Cards of the European Regions”. This bilingual French/English directory presents 280 European Regions as well as the interregional organisations which are AER members. Key figures (surface area, number of inhabitants, active population, sectors of activity, major strengths etc.), interegional cooperation agreements and useful contacts in this field are presented for each region. 2200 copies have been printed. In the year 2000 the “Visiting Cards of the European Regions” will be available in the form of a database on the AER Web site: www.aer.eu/members.
These “Visiting Cards of the European Regions” are also available from the AER General Secretariat in Strasbourg or from its Bureau in Brussels as well as by post (please enclose 30 FF for France or 8 Euros for the rest of Europe for postage and packing).
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