GREENLAND cooperates with another cross-border project in promoting circular economy among EU neighbouring countries
The European Regional Framework for Cooperation (ERFC), Greek partner of GREENLAND, serves as a bridge between its project and CIRCLECON, two European Neighborhood projects that both aim at increasing the capacity of all stakeholders concerned for the application of Circular Economy in the South East EU neighbouring countries, namely the Black Sea area and the Mediterranean one.
The aim of their collaboration is to enhance the overall results and impact of Circular Economy.
- CIRCLECON: Knowing Circular Economy in Black Sea Basin, is part of the EU Black Sea CBC Programme and its goal is to promote the EU Circular Economy model, alert on waste prevention, reduction &management as well as establish a permanent Black Sea Basin cooperation structure as European Grouping for Territorial Co-operation. CIRCLECON partners are Black Sea basin countries and more specifically, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Turkey and Ukraine.
The above-mentioned co-operation is expected to drive the 2 macro-regions (Black Sea and the Mediterraean one) into a new era of circular economy implementation.