The Guidelines for City Managers, one of the key deliverables and outputs of the URBAN-WASTE project will see the daylight on May 29 at 11.30, when its authors go online to announce it and present to a wider audience in the project’s very last webinar, especially the audience external to the project who want toRead more
While the participants are still digesting the information acquired during the URBAN-WASTE Final Conference that took place on 7 May and while the organisers are reporting on it, some good news for those who couldn’t attend it – two more webinars will still take place, with the first of the two exploring the reproducibility of EuropeanRead more
One year after its release, the documentary film HONDAR 2050 by the Italian director Cesare Maglioni had its premiere in Brussels as a part of the URABN-WASTE Final Conference with its main protagonist Carlos Arrola Mares who came to tell the audience more about the project.
Launched only a bit more than a year ago, the Charter of Commitments was evolving alongside with the project itself picking up quite some interest from other cities and regions and with 8 new signatories, became a club of 26 cities and regions committed to a transition towards circular economy and sustainable resource management
Nearly three years after the project was launched in Tenerife and coordinated by the Government of the Canary Islands, it is now reaching its end what called for a Final Conference in Brussels in order to present the key findings, results and achievements but also personal stories and experiences. And what a Final Conference itRead more
With one week to go before the Final Conference, the organisers and Brussels hosts – ACR+, are happy to be able to share the final agenda an announce a dynamic, unconventional and above all a Conference that will keep the attention of the audience for its entire duration! With the registrations closed, as the maximumRead more
Nicosia, one of URBAN-WASTE pilot cities, has organised a learning event to explore innovative strategies for waste reduction and improvement of recycling in the hospitality sector, involving important stakeholders and policy-makers
As the URBAN-WASTE project is coming to its end, the technical partners and the pilot cities and regions are now assessing the environmental, social and economic benefits of the eco-innovative measures which were deployed across these pilots. A perfect opportunity for a webinar, on 12 April! Thanks to the project’s technical partners, BOKU University, ConsultaRead more
The meeting in Dubrovnik, which took place on 13 and 14 March, didn’t only serve as another meeting dedicated to impact assessment, but also as the last one before the Final Conference in Brussels and could therefore be considered as the final rehearsal for the grand finale planned for 7 May.