Le projet MED-InA organise un deuxième atelier zéro déchet pour les villes méditerranéennes
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MED-InA project organized its second Zero Waste workshop on November 4th, 2020. Due to the covid-19 situation, this second workshop was held online. In turn, this enabled to reach people from all over the Mediterranean ! In addition to the MED-InA pilot cities, Irbid, Carcaixent and La Marsa, other Mediterranean municipalities attended the workshop to know more about the Zero Waste approach.
Zero Waste Europe and Ekologi Brez Meja facilitated the workshop whose objectives were:
- to guide pilot municipalities into the design of a Zero Waste public policy
- to gain theoretical and technical knowledges
- to exchange on waste management strategies implementation, good practices and lesson learnt
The workshop was organized in 3 sessions leaving room for exchanges with participants to better understand the realities of each pilot city and consequently, to bring appropriate responses.
MED-InA partners are happy to share with you the presentations of our speakers here:
Session 1: COVID-19: a waste management challenge or opportunity? - Jack McQuibban, Zero Waste Europe
Session 2: Creating an effective organics waste management system in both urban and rural contexts - Enzo Favoino, Scientific Coordinator of Zero Waste Europe and Scuola Agraria del Parco di Monza
Session 3: How to engage and educate the local community to effective separate & prevent waste - Jaka Kranjc, Ekologi Brez Meja
The replay of the workshop is available on the MED-InA Facebook page, watch it here and follow us !