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Call for youth-led project proposals for communicating water in Malta

The regional organization Global Water Partnership – Mediterranean (GWP-Med | and the Energy and Water Agency of Malta (EWA| are issuing a call for proposals for college and university students and newly graduates of Art & Design, Media & Communication, Social Sciences and History backgrounds.
/ Mediterranean

Pre-announcement for two capacity building workshops for youth in Malta

The regional organisation Global Water Partnership - Mediterranean (GWP-Med | and the Energy and Water Agency (EWA | of Malta are organizing two back-to-back Capacity Building Workshops in November 2019 in Malta: 12-13/11: ‘Communicating Water Trends & Innovation to Engage Locals and Tourists’, and 13-14/11: 'Non-Conventional Water Resources Management: Local Solutions'.
/ Global, Mediterranean

Increasing urban green in Thessaloniki

A vertical garden, with over 800 pots and four kinds of plants watered by a rainwater collection system, changed the landscape in the second biggest city of Greece!
/ Mediterranean

NCWR Programme: 10 years of impact in the Mediterranean

The Mediterranean is a region rich in history but poor in water resources. The dry landscape led ancient civilisations to seek alternative resources to supply water in their communities. Local wisdom prompted the construction of cisterns to collect rainwater. Rain harvesting is a simple yet revolutionary idea, as it is a cost-efficient practice utilising a sustainable non conventional water source, embodying recycling and reuse principles. Translating traditional practices into modern solutions to address water scarcity was the starting point of the Non Conventional Water Resources Programme in the Mediterranean in 2008.