The URBAN-WASTE project progresses towards it next stage – implementation and monitoring of measures and actions identified to improve waste management in our 11 pilot cities and beyond with Nicosia hosting the 4th Mutual Learning event on this very topic this time.
The URBAN-WASTE project’s report assessment on the quantification of tourist waste production and the total urban waste production within the project’s pilot cities and regions, has been released last month. It examines the period before the implementation of the URBAN-WASTE strategies.
The URBAN-WASTE project’s website has launched today its new feature which will enable project partners, external partners, organisation and even individuals to propose solutions and measures for making tourism more sustainable.
More than 60 participants from the 27 project partners and external stakeholders have gathered in Copenhagen from 29 may to 1 June for packed 4 days of events celebrating the end of the first year of the project which started exactly one year ago in Tenerife.
On May 18th, in occasion of the “II Spring Symposium on Challenges in Tourism development in Gran Canaria”, Consulta Europa will present the results of a study produced in the context of the URBANWASTE project.
Nearly a year after URBAN-WASTE project had its kick-off meeting, it has developed into a well-established project on entire continent involving many local and regional authorities and their communities including synergies with other similar European projects.