فيديو لاجتماع انطلاق مشروع MEDISS: اجتماع لمدة يومين مع زيارة دراسية في منطقة سردينيا التجريبية
المحتوى متاح باللغة الإنجليزية
The kick-off meeting of the MEDISS “Mediterranean Integrated System for water Supply” project took place in Cagliari at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Cagliari (21-22 October) in the presence of all partners, stakeholders, and representatives of the Managing Authority. ON 22 October, a study visit was organised in Arborea at the Producers Cooperative, the pilot site for Italy.
MEDISS is a project financed by the EU in the framework of the ENI CBC MED Programme (Cooperation across border in the Mediterranean) under thematic objective “B.4 Environmental protection, climate change adaptation and mitigation”, priority “B.4.1 Water efficiency”.
Six partners are involved in the project: the Palestinian Wastewater Engineers Group and Governorate of Jericho & Al-Aghwar (Palestine), the Aqaba Water Company (Jordan), Institut des Régions Arides (Tunisia), CRENoS and Enas (Sardinia water authority) (Italy).
The MEDISS project aims to address the issue of improving the quality of saline groundwater present in the Mediterranean area opening up alternative irrigation for higher quality and more diversified cultivations. The specific objectives are threefold: to reduce water and soil salinity through non-conventional water supply, reduce stress on groundwater and enable high productivity and diversification of agricultural production; to support non-conventional water solutions for agricultural use, to reduce water consumption and limit costs for water supply; to encourage behavioural change of end-users toward the use of non-conventional water agriculture.