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Blue coasts and green hinterlands: CROSSDEV sites along the Via Selinuntina, Sicily
The region of Sicily, in Italy, is home to two Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe: the Phoenicians’ Route and Iter Vitis. Both are currently seen as models to follow in order to ensure development through the enhancement of cultural and geographic heritage. Their model can easily be applied to other Mediterranean areas.
Tunisia: fishermen of port of Mahdia to support study on sea plastic pollution
A team from "Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la Mer" (INSTM),partner of the COMMON project, in collaboration with a team from "Centre national de veille zoosanitaire", associated partner of the project, visited the port of Mahdia, Tunisia to meet with the local fishermen community and share a questionnaire related to the pollution of the sea by plastic waste.
Mediterranean countries forge a strategic alliance to strengthen the textile sector
The first official presentation of the 'TEX-MED Alliances' project will take place in La Casa de la Seda in Barcelona, next Thursday, 20th February at 12.15 pm. The event organized by TEXFOR - lead partner of the initiative - will offer to local entrepreneurs and stakeholders a complete overview of the objectives project and the support it offers to textile and clothing businesses in terms of internationalization, innovation, technology upgrading and circular economy.
Reducing pressure on water resources: first field visit of PROSIM project in Sicily
The PROSIM project aims at implementing innovative solutions for water-use efficiency and use of non-conventional water in agriculture, thus reducing water stress in selected areas of the Mediterranean basin, such as the Municipality of Marsala (Sicily, Italy).
Job vacancies at the Tunisian-Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry under the MedArtSal project
As partner of the MedArtSal project, the Tunisian-Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CTICI) is particularly involved in artisanal salinas market analysis, support to Tunisian SMEs, capacity building activities and international networking activities, including the organisation of a final fair in Tunisia.
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Job vacancy at CUEIM as senior expert in environmental and socieconomic issues under the MedArtSal project
The lead partner CUEIM - University Consortium for Industrial and Managerial Economics is looking for a senior expert in environmental and socieconomic issues under the MedArtSal project. The selected candidate will collaborate in the framework of Work Package 3 activities for the development of a sustainable management model for artisanal salinas.
Deadline for submission of applicaitons: 24th February 2020