Water-DROP project attended the ENPI CBC MED Capitalization event “Environmental sustainability” in Rome, on 28 October 2015 in Villa Celimontana by the “Società Geografica Italiana”.
The environment has no respect for national boundaries: natural habitats and weather patterns often spread across several regions or several countries. That is why efforts to protect the environment of regions around the Mediterranean can be more effective when they extend across borders. Given its focus on cross-border cooperation, the ENPI CBC Med Programme is a natural fit for environmental initiatives.
Representatives of over 30 cooperation projects funded under the Programme, included Water-DROP project have gathered in occasion of a capitalization event dedicated to environmental sustainability in the Mediterranean region.
The event aimed at analyzing and discussing key topics addressed and main results achieved by projects in the following fields:
• Water management;
• Waste treatment and recycling;
• Renewable energies and energy efficiency;
• Integrated coastal zone management.
The event included interactive sessions in view of identifying good practices and common valuable approaches developed by cross-border partnerships under the ENPI CBC Med Programme.
In attachment the programme and the book of all ENPICBCMED projects of the sustainability cluster.