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 2nd URBAN-WASTE seminar from a set of webinars which look at exploitation and multiplication of the project’s output took place on 19 April with 39 registered participant and three speakers including innovative measures developers and a hotel from Lisbon.
The URBAN-WASTE Charter of Commitments, launched in January this year and recently adopted by the BLUEISLANDS, a European Interreg-Med project on effects of the seasonal variation of waste generation on Mediterranean islands, received special attention at BLUEISLANDS’ conference titled “Towards a circular economy and sustainable tourism on islands” with several Members of the European parliament and representatives of theRead more
How much are tourism service providers together with food and accommodation providers aware of tourism’s impact on environmental and waste management in particular, what is their role in making tourism more sustainable and how to do it? The next URBAN-WASTE webinar, 2nd of the series of 6 will look into these on 19 April atRead more
A short but rather memorable meeting took place in Ponta Delgada, on the Azorean island of Sao Miguel last week, a meeting that the Regional Fund for Science and Technology (FRCT) can be very proud of.
Carlos Diaz, on behalf of the URBAN-WASTE project and the governemnt of the Canary Islands will present the project and share its outcomes and good practices at the “Circular Economy and Sustainable Tourism Day: IntraTEAM Project” event in Adeje on the island of Tenerife on 1 March.
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.