Market Survey on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources Professional Training

Market Survey on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources Professional Training

20 February 2020
Under the project’s capacity building activities, a market survey of the renewable energy sources (RES) and energy efficiency (EE) professional training schemes in Algeria, Egypt, Greece, France, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Portugal, Spain and Tunisia was conducted by the…
Tunisia: EU-funded meetMED provides training on energy efficiency and renewable energy sources in buildings

Tunisia: EU-funded meetMED provides training on energy efficiency and renewable energy sources in buildings

20 February 2020
The meetMED Training on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources in Buildings is taking place on 24-28 February 2020 in Tunis, Tunisia. Its goal is to provide information about the implementation of energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in the building sector in a context of…
Tunisian fishermen to support study on sea plastic pollution

Tunisian fishermen to support study on sea plastic pollution

19 February 2020
A team from "Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la Mer" (INSTM), partner of the EU-funded COMMON project, visited the port of Mahdia, Tunisia, to meet with the local fishermen community and share a questionnaire related to the pollution of the sea by plastic waste. A first meeting…
Egypt: The EU Bank finances the upgrade and expansion of Alexandria West WWTP

Egypt: The EU Bank finances the upgrade and expansion of Alexandria West WWTP

19 February 2020
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a financing agreement of EUR 120 million with the Arab Republic of Egypt to support the expansion and upgrade of the Alexandria West Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP). The financing will contribute to improving sanitation services for people in…
EU-funded SAFEMED IV project provides training on new information system THETIS-Med

EU-funded SAFEMED IV project provides training on new information system THETIS-Med

18 February 2020
The training on THETIS-Med of the EU-funded SAFEMED IV project took place on 12-13 February 2020 at EMSA premises in Lisbon. Overall, 16 participants from Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, and Turkey attended the course. The two-day training aimed at ensuring a smooth transition to…

Call for proposals: "Support for scientific research actions", EU-funded ECOPACT project Tunisia

The general objective of this call for proposals is to support research activities aimed at improving the understanding of the functioning of the ecosystem of Lake Bizerte, thus making it possible to limit the effects of eutrophication, favoring the productivity of fishing and shellfish farming and…
SAFEMED IV newsletter – Issue 3 – February 2020

SAFEMED IV newsletter – Issue 3 – February 2020

13 February 2020
The latest issue of SAFEMED newsletter presents the EU-funded project’s regional activities and bilateral actions carried out from July to December 2019 as well as their achievements.
EU-funded MENAWARA project : visit to Spain to learn best practices on wastewater treatment

EU-funded MENAWARA project : visit to Spain to learn best practices on wastewater treatment

11 February 2020
There are many ways to reduce the stress on freshwater sources from agriculture improving the quality of treated wastewater. This is what the MENAWARA project partners found in Carrión de los Céspedes (Seville, Spain) during the visit to the experimental plant of Centa, a research centre with…
New solutions for organic waste management: launch of EU-funded CLIMA project

New solutions for organic waste management: launch of EU-funded CLIMA project

11 February 2020
The launching event of the ENI CBC Med CLIMA project ("Cleaning Innovative Mediterranean Action: reducing waste to boost economies") took place last month in Sestri Levante (Italy). The event, hosted by the lead beneficiary Sestri Levante Municipality, saw the participation of the six CLIMA…
Plastic Busters MPAs and COMMON projects team up to monitor the impacts of marine litter in sea turtles

Plastic Busters MPAs and COMMON projects team up to monitor the impacts of marine litter in sea turtles

10 February 2020
The partners of the Interreg Med Project Plastic Busters MPAs and the ENI-CBC Med COMMON have strengthened their collaboration at the occasion of a training on marine endangered species, organized by the University of Siena and the Sea Turtle Rescue Center of Legambiente in Manfredonia (Italy).…