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23 December 2019
Energy efficiency in Mediterranean universities: start of the Med-EcoSure project

The project focuses on the implementation of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy measures in 9 university pilot buildings in Italy, Tunisia and Palestine.

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19 December 2019
Engaging citizens in the production of social policies: launch of the MedTOWN project

MedTOWN project aims to provide citizens and local authorities with tools to foster the transition towards fairer, more resilient and sustainable societies in the Euro-Mediter…

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18 December 2019
"NAWAMED project will contribute to change the story of water in Lebanon"

It is estimated that Lebanon’s water resources will be inadequate to meet the expected needs of the growing population.

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18 December 2019
Start of the COMMON project in Tunisia

Towards the creation of a new coastal management and monitoring network for addressing marine litter in the Mediterranean.

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15 December 2019
HELIOS, a new project to foster the social inclusion of NEETs and women

The project addresses jointly the issues of social exclusion and climate change.

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13 December 2019
CROSSDEV: 15 agreements signed to boost community-based tourism in Palestine

15 agreements have been signed with the local authorities that will be touched by the extension of the Masar Ibrahim al-Khalil trail, a long-distance, cultural walking route …

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11 December 2019
COMMON presented in Grosseto (Italy) - Press release

The Municipality of Grosseto hosted today the presentation of COMMON project (COastal Management and Monitoring Network for tackling marine litter in Mediterranean Sea).

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11 December 2019
Achieving zero waste in the Mediterranean: start of the MED-InA project !

Imagine a city with 35% additional sorted waste and where 90% of the citizens adopt more eco-responsible behaviors. No, you are not dreaming!