Few months after its inauguration, the brand new repair and reuse centre for bulky waste in Nice attracts big attention across Europe. A perfect proof is the recent visit they had from Krakow, Porto and Cordoba.
After a long summer which is actually still bringing a lot of tourists to some of our pilot cities and regions the URBAN-WASTE series of webinars is to come back exploring and presenting some good practices and how to communicate them to different target groups – on 20 November at 11.30 CET
The Sicilian city of Syracuse, as one of the project’s pilot cities, had the pleasure to host the 9th Mutual Learning event on “Marketing Measures and Communicating Good Practices to Different Target Groups” and the accompanying Municipality Forum which gathered not only our own pilots but other exemplary cities as well as local attention.
While the implementation phase of eco-innovative measures is in full swing in the project’s 11 pilot cities, the Municipality of Syracuse will welcome the representatives of these 11 cities and regions in order to discuss marketing measures and communicating good practices to different target groups.
The Greek city of Kavala, also one of the 11 pilot cities of the URBAN-WASTE project, hosted the 8th of 11 foreseen meetings of the project consortium in order to review the progress of the pilot’s measures implementation phase and exchange practices and challenges related to marine litter
The three piece webinar series on gender mainstreaming in waste management ended this week providing the project consortium and external audience with a reflection on what role gender plays in communication activities, budgeting and reporting.
The Greek coastal city of Kavala will be hosting the 8th Mutual Learning event next month, on 28 June precisely, where the 11 pilot cities will gather again. The event will this time look at marine litter, an issue which affects many coastal cities and therefore open for wider public
The Lisbon Municipality received a group of 15 students from the Sustainable Development course of the Dublin Institute of Technology, on 23rd March at NEYA Lisboa Hotel, a local stakeholder for the implementation of innovative strategic waste management measures in Lisbon.