Sustainable MED Cities invites you to the Sustainable Built Environment seminar! REGISTER NOW!



We are very happy to announce the Seminar we have organised in October in Sousse, Tunisia. It will promote the exchange of knowledge and best practices among public authorities, research organisations and universities. Also four projects of the ENI CBC MED will participate as speakers. We will take this opportunity to share the achieved results on the 1st year of the project and show how we will aproach the second year. Click below to register!


The SBE Sousse Seminar is part of the SBE Series 2021-2023 and is carried out in the frame of the Sustainable MED Cities Project (ENI CBC MED Program).

Objective of the seminar: Promoting the exchange of knowledge and best practices among public authorities, research organisations and universities in relation to the Objective 3 of the Mediterranean Sustainable Development Strategy 2016-2025 “Planning and managing the sustainable Mediterranean cities”

Format of the seminar: The SBE Sousse Seminar will be a hybrid event with the in-person sessions hosted in Sousse, Tunisia.  Online participation will be through Zoom Platform.

No fee is expected for attending the Seminar, both online or in person.

Organised by: Municipality of Sousse (Tunisia), iiSBE Italia R&D


Promoters: Greater Irbid Municipality (Jordan), Municipality of Moukhara (Lebanon), National Observatory of Athens (Greece), Catalan Government (Spain), UNEP/MAP (United Nations Environment Programme), MedCities



Supported by: iiSBE Italia R&D, CIB (The International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction), FIDIC (International Federation of Consulting Engineers), UNEP/MAP, Ecole Pluridisciplinaire Internationale, Sustainable MED Cities project - ENI CBC MED Program.





The participation to the SBE Sousse Seminar is free of charge.

The registration for both, in person and online participation, is available at the following link:

Before the Seminar, online participants will receive an email with the Zoom personal link to be used to connect it.


For more information, visit the Sustainable MED Cities ENI's webpage.

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