Program and registration to the workshop in January 28 in Tel Aviv
AQUACYCLE A3 SIZE POSTER in Arabic (Promotional material – Output 2.2)
AQUACYCLE A3 SIZE POSTER in French (Promotional material – Output 2.2)
HELIOS, a new project to foster the social inclusion of NEETs and women
The kick-off meeting of the HELIOS “Enhancing the Social Inclusion of Neets” project was successfully held in Amman (Jordan) from 2nd to 3rd of December 2019.
CROSSDEV: 15 agreements signed to boost community-based tourism in Palestine
As part of the activities of the CROSSDEV project, the Palestinian partner Masar Ibrahim al Khalil (MIAK) organized three meetings on December 3rd, 5th and 10th.
Held at the local authorities’ buildings, the meetings focused on two main objectives: introducing communities’ actors and stakeholders to the notion of community-based tourism and presenting CROSSDEV’s objectives and planned activities.
Press Release #2: JREDS Launches New Project on Sustainable Tourism in Cooperation with European Union
Video of MEDISS project kick-off meeting: two-days meeting with a study visit in the Sardinian pilot area
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.
COMMON presented today in Grosseto (Italy), to tackle marine litter with an integrated and participatory approach
On December 11th 2019 the Council Hall of the Municipality of Grosseto, in Italy, hosted the presentation of COMMON (COastal Management and Monitoring Network for tackling marine litter in Mediterranean Sea), a Euro-Mediterranean project funded under the ENI CBC Med programme. The event was organised by Legambiente Festambiente
Achieving zero waste in the Mediterranean: start of the MED-InA project !
Imagine a city with 35% additional sorted waste and where 90% of the citizens adopt more eco-responsible behaviors, etc.This is actually possible thanks to the GD6D method, a coaching method for local authorities and their citizens developed by the French company E3D-Environnement.
Improving irrigation for date palm cultivation in Palestine: MEDISS project presented to 30 beneficiaries
On Tuesday 26th of November, Ing. Monther Hind, director general of the Palestinian Wastewater Engineers Group (PWEG) and project manager of MEDISS, met with the Palestinian beneficiaries of the project in Jericho, namely the Palm Farm Cooperatives Association and its President Mr Ghazi Zahir.