Join GIMED on March 28 to celebrate the Earth Hour and raise your voice for the planet
The need to unite and protect our planet has never been greater. On March 28th, the GIMED project joins the Earth Hour initiative to place a spotlight on nature and actions to protect it.
Energy efficieny: the first newsletter of BERLIN project is out!
It is our pleasure to share with you the first newsletter of our project “BERLIN – Cost-effective rehabilitation of public buildings into smart and resilient nano-grids using storage” and to inform you about the progress of its activities.
BERLIN ROLL-UP BANNER
[CROSSDEV] Local Community of the Biosphere
Two years after the founding of the Association for the Protection of Jabal Moussa (APJM), Jabal Moussa and surrounding villages were designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2009 under the Man and Biosphere (MAB) Programme.
The MAB Programme inspired APJM to move from the classical approach to conservation, excluding people from the protected area, to a human-centered approach, inclusive of local communities.
Discover the pilot sites of BERLIN Project: Site #1 – University of Cyprus
The BERLIN project aims at the implementation of cross border pilots that will support innovative and cost-effective energy rehabilitation in public buildings based on the nanogrid concept. Thus, BERLIN project focuses on the increase of photovoltaics (PV) penetration, which coupled with energy storage and demand-side management (DSM) will increase the energy efficiency (EE) of the buildings.
COMMON project: smart working to protect our seas
Due to the COVID19 pandemic, COMMON project is reducing its activity, postponing all events and adopting teleworking as a general measure.
As declared by Union for the Mediterranean, "the unprecedented situation created by the rapid spread of COVID-19 disease around the world, reminds us that global threats know no borders. Despite this, the collective response of our citizens has shown we possess tools of great power, more important than ever: resilience and solidarity".
[Get to know MEDUSA's territories] - Yarmouk Forest Reserve, Jordan
This article forms part of a series of publications under MEDUSA project to promote less-known natural and cultural touristic assets in our partner territories Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia, Puglia (Italy) and Catalonia (Spain). Enjoy reading and hope to welcome you soon at one of the wonderful places you will get to know here.