MedCities lleva a cabo múltiples actividades y participa en diferentes eventos, los más relevantes se enumeran a continuación.
Better connections, safer infraestructures, cultural shift and the use of big data to foster soft mobility in the Mediterranean area, what the experts say and how are cities addressing the problem.
Launching the Coastal Protection Strategy considering the impacts for the Balearic Islands and the first process of consultation
First round of consultations launched for MITERD project. At this occasion, MedCities Secretary General Josep Canals stressed the importance of integrating the views and needs of the local stakeholders in the Strategy and the crucial role of applying an ecosystem based approach.
With the aim of celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Barcelona Process (1995-2020), the Catalan Government and the European Institute for the Mediterranean (IEMed) co-organised a one-day online event where MedCities could present the A'SIMA Tunis project through its Secretary General, Mr. Josep Canals.
The last trimester of 2020 marks the launch of the first component and phase of the A'SIMA project; the elaboration of the City Development Strategy (CDS) of Tunis.
Healthy wetlands habitats: the most powerful instrument to mitigate the biodiversity, climate and water crisis
Within the framework of the EU Green Week, the Mediterranean Biodiversity Protection Community (MBPC) from Interreg Med Programme held its first capitalisation online evennt. Well over 100 participants gathered to explore the latest science, field work, policy and finance mechanisms that will support and inspire urgent agreements and actions to guarantee the long-term availability of these exceptional habitats in the Mediterranean. MedCities was upon the facilitators as the communication leader of the MBPC project.