HE-1-REG: On-line UfM Stakeholder Consultation on the post-2020 Environment and Climate Action Agendas
This activity aims to enhance the visibility and public ownership and support (and therefore impact) of the Union for the Mediterranean Ministerial meeting, feeding into its draft Declaration, with inputs of importance to civil society, local authorities and parliamentarians. WES Youth, gender equality and networking efforts will be linked with this regional activity as well.
HE-2-REG: Awareness raising and Education for Sustainable Development: Training of Trainers on campaigns for sustainable consumption
This regional training will address Ministries of Education, Environment, Water, Development, etc., agencies and organisations of educators, as well as relevant CSOs/NGOs. It directly supports the UfM SCP efforts in the region. Through this activity a large number of educators of primary and secondary schools in the Partner Countries will be indirectly reached. It will also support the Partner Countries in the implementation of the Action Plan of the Mediterranean Strategy on Education for Sustainable Development.
HE-3-REG: Educating for Sustainable Development: focus on Waste Water Treatement for reuse and Non Conventional Water Resources
This regional activity is to provide technical assistance and strengthen the capacities of PC to effectively implement Water related Education for Sustainable Development with emphasis on water reuse after appropriate Waste Water Treatment and other Non-Conventional Water Resources.
HE-4-REG/P2P: Overall environmental governance – promotion of the Aarhus Convention in the whole of the Mediterranean
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.