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Arxiu de notícies » A project supported by SCP/RAC promoting SCP in the Mediterranean region is labelled by the Union for the Mediterranean

A project supported by SCP/RAC promoting SCP in the Mediterranean region is labelled by the Union for the Mediterranean

20 Maig 2014 | Actualitzat: 22 Maig 2014

The Senior Officials of the 43 Union for the Medierranean (UfM) countries approved unanimously the labelling of the "Med ReSCP: Post Rio+20 promotion of sustainable consumption and production patterns –with emphasis on resource efficiency– in the Mediterranean region" project during the Senior Officials Meeting that took place in Barcelona last 7-8 April.

The project is promoted by the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) with the support of the Regional Activity Centre for Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP/RAC).

The overall objective of the project will be to actively promote the adoption of sustainable consumption and production patterns in the Mediterranean region through a comprehensive regional approach addressing different realities and challenges faced by countries. More concretely, the project aims to:

  • provide financing access for Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) adopting Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) models in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia
  • stimulate the development of green industries and entrepreneurship in the Western Balkans and Turkey through technical assistance and pilot projects.

The labelling as UfM project implies that the project will count with the close cooperation of UfM in finalizing the preparation of the project, securing the necessary resources for its launch, raising awareness on it and monitoring its successful implementation.

The project will be fully in line with the objectives of the SWITCH-Med Initiative and it will complement it and provide added value.

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