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Common challenges tackled by the project

Greenhouse gas emissions
  • Evaluate the performance of public funded projects
  • Sustainability perspective
  • Associated climate change
Tools to reduce carbon footprint
  • Easily applied to Interreg MED projects
  • Understand project carbon emissions and their current and future contribution to achieving climate neutrality
  • Provide tools to reduce Carbon footprint when possible and unavoidable
  • Innovative concepts and practices
  • More efficient use of resources and supporting social integration.
Give high-quality options to offset the remaining emissions
  • Keep a track record of the advances made and adjust the projects accordingly.
  • Action plans, if necessary, to reduce projects carbon footprint.
  • Provide a framework and resources to support projects and programme managers to achieve their carbon emission reduction goals
  • Support territories as well as national and regional policies to achieve the targets set in the EU Green Deal.


Partners working with us

The Technological Centre in Biodiversity, Ecology and Environmental and Food Technology (CT BETA) at the University of Vic - Central University of Catalonia (UVIC-UCC) aims to be a relevant actor for the technological development, the improvement of the competitiveness and the quality of life of rural societies.

The impulse for fulfilling this goal comes from both the execution of R&D&I projects and the transfer of knowledge to the private and public sector.

The WWF Mediterranean Marine Initiative is a concerted, coordinated effort bringing together all the WWF offices in the region.

Our vision is to mobilize society, engage stakeholders, help create the necessary conditions that will enable the much needed transformative changes in marine conservation.

Center for Energy, Environment and Resources (CENER 21) is a non-governmental, nonprofit organization established in 2006 with the mission to contribute to sustainable development in South East Europe.

CENER 21 works directly with key stakeholders, including international organizations, the government, industry and local authorities deploying technical expertise in the areas of:

  • Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
  • Resource Efficiency and Cleaner Production
  • Nature Conservation and Biodiversity
  • Energy Efficiency

The Institute for Health and Environment is an organization working in public interest, committed to achieving the sustainable development goals, which ensure a healthy environment for people and at the same time preserve the ecosystems of our planet.

Our mission is to ensure cross-sectoral collaboration and cooperation with civil society in the fields of health and the environment.

We achieve change with effective communication, by connecting different stakeholders and by encouraging the participation of all segments of the population.