Co-Evolve4BG and Med-EcoSuRe projects join forces
The Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la Mer (INSTM), the lead beneficiary of Co-Evolve4BG project, and the Mediterranean Renewable Energy Center (MEDREC), the lead beneficiary of the Med-EcoSuRe project, have signed a collaboration agreement to create synergies targeting sustainable development goals.
The event was held at the premises of the Ministry of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fisheries on the 27th October 2020. The signing ceremony happened under the high patronage of H.E Ms Akissa Bahri, Ministrer of Agriculture, of Hydraulic Resources and Fisherie in Tunisia.
This collaboration will cover the following areas:
- Share data and information produced by both ENI CBC Med projects.
- Joint organization of events such as training, workshops and seminars.
- Introduce Med-EcoSuRe approach to the actors of the tourism sector in the pilot areas of the Co-Evolve4BG project, Djerba, Governorate of Médenine and Sousse-Monastir, Tunisia.
Co-Evolve4BG and Med-EcoSuRe are aligned towards sustainable development based on the improvement of energy efficiency and fight against the effects of climate change in the Mediterranean region.