Legal and Regulatory aspects

18 11, 2020

N-W-MO-1: Support Water Demand Management in relation to water scarcity

By |2022-07-07T12:35:37+03:00November 18th, 2020|

The efficient use of water has become of paramount importance and one of the country's national priorities. This activity will support the management of water demand linked to water scarcity, including the development of political instruments aimed at reduce losses in irrigation water (for example on the plot), domestic, tourist and industrial uses and unbilled water.

16 11, 2020

N-W-JO-2: Explore the potential of Natural Water Retention Measures (NWRM) at the catchment scale

By |2022-05-17T14:54:42+03:00November 16th, 2020|

The rapid urban growth in Jordan is accompanied by a reduction of recharge to the groundwater sources and an increase in storm water flows. Because of a lack of natural infiltration areas for water, there is a severe loss of water yields to groundwater adding to the water scarcity in the country. This activity will identify appropriate Natural Water Retention Measures to be implemented in two pilot zones.

16 11, 2020

RW-3-P2P: Peer to Peer Exchange on Water Demand Management

By |2022-10-17T12:25:04+03:00November 16th, 2020|

Technical assistance will be provided to address microplastics intentionally added in products or production processes through a user friendly publication. This capacity building activity will address mainly policy makers and will aim at giving them an overview of the different aspects of the microplastics issue. It will also highlight specific solutions that could be of relevance particularly for southern Med Countries (from policy to technological developments).

15 11, 2020

RW-3-REG: Training on Water Demand Management

By |2022-02-17T17:20:05+02:00November 15th, 2020|

Technical assistance will be provided to address microplastics intentionally added in products or production processes through a user friendly publication. This capacity building activity will address mainly policy makers and will aim at giving them an overview of the different aspects of the microplastics issue. It will also highlight specific solutions that could be of relevance particularly for southern Med Countries (from policy to technological developments).

7 10, 2020

N-E-TN-P4: Reinforcement of the political and legal measures undertaken by Tunisia for the reduction and prohibition of certain types of single-use plastic packaging

By |2022-10-24T10:06:05+03:00October 7th, 2020|

"WES will identify the bottlenecks (technical, legislative, financial) in the application of the plastic bag banregulations and will propose actions to remove and overcome these constraints and a roadmap for an extension of the measures aimed at reducing and banning certain single-use plastic packaging in Tunisia.

20 02, 2020

HE-4-REG: Overall environmental governance – promotion of the Aarhus Convention in the whole of the Mediterranean

By |2022-11-17T15:14:14+02:00February 20th, 2020|

Provision of timely and accurate environmental information to society and the encouragement of citizens, organized stakeholders, private sector, municipalities and the media to be involved in activities and initiatives for the protection of the environment and natural resources (water, biodiversity, etc.) is crucial n the Mediterranean region. This activity will address mostly officials of Ministries of Environment and Water but also governmental departments dealing with International Conventions as well as key environmental NGOs.

16 02, 2020

HE-4-P2P: Overall environmental governance – promotion of the Aarhus Convention in the whole of the Mediterranean

By |2022-11-17T13:46:20+02:00February 16th, 2020|

Provision of timely and accurate environmental information to society and the encouragement of citizens, organized stakeholders, private sector, municipalities and the media to be involved in activities and initiatives for the protection of the environment and natural resources (water, biodiversity, etc.) is crucial n the Mediterranean region. This activity will address mostly officials of Ministries of Environment and Water but also governmental departments dealing with International Conventions as well as key environmental NGOs.