As the URBAN-WASTE project advances with concrete measures and actions being implemented, gender mainstreaming is getting its special focus as something that will be an essential part of these measures and actions.
With five directors, vice-mayors and other representatives, more than 25 participants from the URBAN-WASTE pilot cities and regions, as well as project consortium members and a coverage by half a dozen different media and press, one could easily claim the 6th Mutual Learning event in Nice an absolute success and an important milestone.
The year 2018 kicked of in style for the URBAN-WASTE project as it saw the launch of the long awaited Charter of Commitments for Sustainable Resource Management and Circular Economy during the Mutual Learning event held in Nice this week.
The URBAN-WASTE project will put forth its Charter of Commitment next month. On 24 January 2018, the next Mutual Learning Event, titled “Food Waste: How to face it?” will be held in Nice, where the URBAN-WASTE Charter of Commitment will be presented.
One of the key outcomes of this Horizon 2020 project is the long awaited mobile app named WasteApp which enables tourists in 11 pilot cities and regions to maintain their good waste separation manners and contribute to overall efforts of these 11 pilots in waste prevention and management.
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.