CLIMA, cleaning the Mediterranean together
The CLIMA project ("Cleaning Innovative Mediterranean Action: reducing waste to boost economies") aims to adress the environmental, economic and social problems of organic waste mismanagement in Italy, Lebanon and Tunisia, developing policy tools like integrated municipal waste management pPlans, innovative technical solutions such as the compost drum and two improved pilot compost sites.
The GIMED project is hiring!
The Regional Activity Centre for Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP/RAC) is looking for a financial manager to support the implementation of the GIMED project. For this position, it is essential to have previous experience as financial officer or auditor in projects funded with EU funds (ENI, INTERREG, LIFE, HORIZON 2020).
For more information, please follow this link (in Catalan).
Conservation and germination of Mediterranean native grape cultivars: the BESTMEDGRAPE project develops standardized methods
In the framework of the BESTMEDGRAPE project, the Sardinian Germplasm Bank (BG-SAR), as part of the Hortus Botanicus Karalitanus (HBK) of the University of Cagliari (lead beneficiary of the project) is in charge of the activities related to ex situ conservation, management, seed testing and seedling development for the Mediterranean grape cultivars
Gamification of tourism: the MED GAIMS project holds awareness events for game designers and developers in Italy, Jordan, Lebanon and Spain
In an effort to spread awareness about the MED GAIMS project, several events were recently held in each participating country - Italy, Jordan, Lebanon and Spain - varying from ideation sessions to game jams.
Towards Zero Waste cities in the Mediterranean: launch of the MED-InA project in Irbid, Jordan
The MED-InA project has been officially launched in the city of Irbid in Jordan.
AQUACYCLE ROLL UP BANNER in English (Promotional Material - Output 2.2)
Blue economy: the HELIOS project builds network with key sector actors in Tunisia
The HELIOS project participated in the Blue Economy forum held in Gabès, Tunisia from 10th to 12th January 2020. The event was organized by the World Wildlife Fund "WWF" North Africa office in Tunisia, in partnership with HELIOS project partner the Tunisian Union of Agriculture and Fisheries (UTAP) and the Tunisian Confederation of Citizen Enterprises (CONECT).
Sharing experiences in innovative irrigation practices: first thematic web talk of the PROSIM project
One of the main objective of PROSIM project is to strengthen cross-border cooperation, capacity building and engagement in sustainable irrigation water management of local partner institutions at Mediterranean basin level, by sharing and capitalizing know-how; providing mutual support in the implementation of innovative solutions. To reach this goal, the project foresees 5 thematic web talks on irrigation solutions to guarantee regular, remote technical exchange and support among partners.
NAWAMED, a key project for the management of water resources in Malta
In this article, Manuel Sapiano, Chief Executive Officer of the Energy and Water Agency (EWA) within Malta’s Ministry for Energy and Water Management presents Malta’s water management policy framework and outlines how the NAWAMED project will contribute to its implementation.
Meet the MED-InA team: episode #4
Let's meet the people who are involved in the MED-InA project, the people who work daily for designing our Mediterranean cities zero waste models, the people who embody the MEDiterranean INtegrated Alliance on waste for cities and citizens!