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مشاركة MEDISS في فعالية "ليلة الجغرافيا 2021" لتقديم مشروع نظام إدارة الموارد المائية المبتكر

 المحتوى متاح باللغة الإنجليزية

On April 9th 2021 MEDISS participates in the initiative entitled: “Describing territories: A comparison of geographical narratives”.

The event is organised in the context of the international Night of Geography 2021 by the Department of Literature, Languages and Cultural Heritage of the University of Cagliari, and Associazione Italiana Insegnanti di Geografia - AIIG (Italian Association of Geography Teachers) SARDEGNA - (Sardinia, Italy). 

It aims to illustrate the contribution given in the improvement of local geographies focusing on the relevance between territory and water.

In addition, it aims to increase awareness and discuss the relevance of geography in the territorial enhancement processes, the planning innovations, and the active participation of local communities.

MEDISS participates in the “Describing territories: A comparison of geographical narratives” event to illustrate its innovative programme of territorial valorisation which provides water efficiency while engaging the local community. 
It is fundamental to build territorial development through innovative sustainable programmes and enhance cooperation on water issues, in order to face water scarcity and waste.

Regarding the Sardinian territories, MEDISS can illustrate progress in the Arborea pilot site with the new plant, equipped with biogas cogeneration, for ammonia stripping from waste sludges to produce fertilizers.

The discussion will be held completely in Italian by the referents of  Centro di Ricerche Economiche Nord Sud – CRENoS (Centre for North South Economic Research) and Ente Acque della Sardegna ENAS (Sardinian Waterboard Company), Palestinian Wastewater Engineers Group – PWEG – project leader, and the Joint Technical Secretariat – JTS – experts will present ENICBC Med Programme B.4.1 priorities. 

The agenda:

Dr. Carlo Perelli

CRENoS Project Coordinator

Mediator of the event 
Dr. Irene Morell Rodriguez and Dr. Laura Pinna 
Environment and climate change Joint Technical Secretariat (JTS) Expert  
Presents ENICBC Med Programme and the B.4.1. priorities on water efficiency
Eng. Monther Hind
MEDISS Project Manager (Palestinian Wastewater Engineers Group) 
Illustrates water strategic relevance in the Middle East, MEDISS priorities, and the reasons why cooperation on water thematic is essential.
Dr Maria Antonietta Dessena  
ENAS Project Coordinator 
Illustrates the MEDISS project in Sardinia and the relations between territory and water. She will focus on the project pilot site in Arborea to discuss about the innovative systems for water resources management, the technological innovation to improve water quality, and the Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZs).

The “Describing territories: A comparison of geographical narratives” event starts on April 9th 2021 at 4:00 p.m.. while  the MEDISS speech starts at 5:45 p.m

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