The Mediterranean library of knowledge

Explore the ENI CBC Med Programme's library of deliverables: a comprehensive digital repository of diverse resources tailored for the Mediterranean region. Discover in-depth studies, innovative strategies, and practical tools spanning tools addressing key environmental, economic, and social issues. The library is your go-to source to find valuable knowledge to inspire new collaborative projects driving fair, sustainable and inclusive development across the Mediterranean.

MED4EBM Final Ecosysyem Based Management Report

This deliverable presents a comprehensive overview of the MED4EBM project, aimed at contributing to the preservation and sustainable development of Mediterranean coastal zones. The report outlines the project's objectives, methodologies, and outcomes, focusing on the establishment of effective ecosystem-based Integrated Coastal Zone Management (EB-ICZM) protocols. It highlights the innovative Integrated Spatial Planning (PROGES-ISP) package developed to facilitate EBM implementation through participatory and evidence-based approaches. The deliverable emphasizes the collaboration with stakeholders, including local authorities, NGOs, research institutions, and the private sector, towards achieving the project's goals. The report serves as a valuable resource for understanding the challenges and opportunities associated with ICZM and EBM integration in the Mediterranean region.

Environmental Monitoring & Data Management: Final Consultancy Report

Explore our comprehensive final report, summarizing the Environmental Monitoring and Data Management Expert consultancy's findings and recommendations. This report synthesizes initial assessments with technical interventions to enhance system consistency across Project Partners. Gain insights into system diagrams, indicator implementation, GIS vectors, and data repositories, with strategic recommendations for managing existing and new data effectively while ensuring system flexibility and precision in ecosystem analysis, along with the GIS mapping of Aqaba in Jordan.

Impact rating tool for investment projects

IMPACT RATING is a tool that allows you to evaluate the economic, socuial and environmental impact of an investment project or a company on its territory, through a rating. The rating is based on 33 criteria. Created by ANIMA; it was customiezed under CLUSTER4GREEN project.

MarketPlace Platform on Microfinance

The MarketPlace Platform is a digital platform that brings together microfinance pioneers, visionaries, and entrepreneurs seeking access to credit. This platform is designed to provide a digital space in which actors in the microfinance sectors can meet. The MarketPlace Platform allows entrepreneurs to showcase their projects and fundraise from investors with the option of flexible funding. Through this platform, the youth can discover new grants, loans, or equity opportunities and access P2P consultancy services that support beyond crowdfunding for project creators.

Booklet for microfinance providers

The booklet aims to gather in a single document, through an operational slant, the main information on operational microfinance measures active in the partner countries of the project.

GREENLAND: NEETs profiling and roadmap report

This report has been prepared on behalf of nine partners working in seven countries (Italy, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Palestine, Portugal, Greece) under the GREENLAND project. It aims to map the Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEETs) and develop a roadmap focused on the potential of enhancing their employability within the Green and Circular Economy (GaCE), while providing equal opportunities to both genders. The analysis is based on a first phase that focused on a Labor Market Analysis to identify sectors with the greatest potential for economic growth and for offering employment opportunities; a second phase that focused on compiling a database of NEETs and women on the one hand and SMEs and other companies on the other hand in relevance to project actions; a third and final phase that provides a roadmap and recommendations for training courses that have the potential to bridge NEETs to the labor market while promoting a GaCE.

ARTOLIO platform for small Extra Virgin Olive Oil Producers

Central to ARTOLIO's mission is its innovative digital platform, which serves as a hub for farmers, partners, and olive oil industry enthusiasts. This platform not only allows farmers to showcase their products but also facilitates collaboration and knowledge exchange. The consulting section provides a space for farmers to receive expert's guidance on wide array of issues, including adopting cutting-edge agricultural innovations, crafting effective marketing strategies, or optimizing sales approaches, etc.

GREENLAND: deepened labour market analysis report

This study, implemented under the GREENLAND project, falls within the broader scope of a Market Analysis and Data Profiling assignment and constitutes the first phase. The overall aim of this phase is to identify sectors with the greatest potential for economic growth and for offering employment opportunities for the Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEETs) and Women within Green and Circular Economies (GaCEs), reducing the mismatch between their skills and the labor market. A closer look at the economies of the seven addressed countries (Italy, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Palestine, Portugal, Greece) highlights the worrying trends while simultaneously accentuating a potential for the promotion of social inclusion and fight against poverty through providing young people (especially NEETs) and women with marketable skills.


REUSEMED APP is a mobile application whose aim is to provide communication support to the reuse networks of goods that have been created in Capannori (Italy), Córdoba (Spain) and New Deir Allaa (Jordan). Developed by the National Association of Public Environmental Companies “ANEPMA” (Spain), thanks to its participation in REUSEMED Project, an initiative co-financed by the EU through ENI CBC Med Programme.
The REUSEMED APP allows users to consult all the information regarding Reuse Circuits of Goods and the different initiatives, businesses or companies related to Circular Economy in their city. Also, it allows requesting the pick up or delivery of objects to the Reuse Circuits, as well as, consulting the locations where the products that are qualified as suitable for reuse are made available for citizens. This APP is both a resource of information and communication so that those who have interest, can participate in circular economy, through the reuse of goods or other alternatives.

REUSEMED: surveys to identify barriers to reuse in Spain, Jordan, Tunisia and Italy

As part of the REUSEMED project, aimed at promoting the culture of reuse for environmental sustainability, green employment and solidarity, some surveys were administered to identify barriers to reuse in the project partner countries: Spain, Jordan, Tunisia, Italy. The questionnaires were administered in a mixed mode involving the CAWI (computer-assisted web interviewing) and CAPI (Computer-Assisted Personal Interviews) methods. This section illustrates the results of the surveys for each participating country.

REUSEMED: maps of facilities and resources dedicated to reuse/preparation for reuse in Spain, Jordan, Tunisia and Italy

The following documents show a map of facilities and resources dedicated to reuse/preparation for reuse in the partner countries (Spain, Jordan, Tunisia, Italy) of REUSEMED project, aimed at contributing to environmental protection in the Mediterranean area through the reduction of all fractions of municipal waste.
For the purposes of this work, the concepts of reuse and preparation for reuse have been considered as follows:
- Reuse: any operation by which products or components that are not considered waste are reused for the same purpose for which they were originally conceived;
- preparation for reuse: control, cleaning and repair operations whereby products or their components that have become waste are prepared for reuse without further intensive treatment.
The reports describe the territorial scopes, the regulatory situation regarding reuse in each region considered, regional activities related to reuse, government financial aid options in the context of overall waste management, some websites or mobile applications that facilitate the purchase-sale, donation, loan or exchange of products. There is also a list of entities dealing with reuse/preparation for reuse.

REUSEMED: good practices in reuse in the partner territories

With the aim to promote the culture of reuse for environmental sustainability, green employment and solidarity, REUSEMED project proposed to create municipal networks based on reuse circuits for home appliances, furniture, books, clothes, Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment and food. To set up the networks, 4 cities in Spain, Italy, Jordan and Tunisia have designed and tested composting installations, food collection points in markets, repair and reuse centers, reuse corners in shops and repairing cafés. The following document illustrates some good practices implemented in partner countries, with detailed descriptions, results achieved, challenges encountered and potential for learning or transfer.