|Statement||editor: Paloma Agrasot.|
|Contributions||Agrasot, Paloma., Agrasot, Paloma., European Environmental Bureau.|
15 July , 14h30 – 15h30 (CEST). The UfM-UNESCO webinar on 15 July seeks to reach out to public authorities in charge of policy-making and planning for sustainable urban development and affordable housing in UfM countries, universities and students, representatives of intergovernmental organizations and NGOs, international financial institutions and donors, and the public at large The book content is the result of a common research project by scholars of the two Mediterranean rims and may help both take stock of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership in the wake of the Union for the Mediterranean and the Arab Spring and pave the way for a renewed EU-MENA countries ://?ID= Cooperation in the energy sector is a major element of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership. A secure, sustainable and competitive energy supply is a priority () and is key to underpinning stability and prosperity across the region. To achieve these objectives, large scale investments in energy in the Mediterranean will be necessary.” Union for the Mediterranean industrial cooperation and SME development work programme. As part of the cooperation, the work programme of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) industrial cooperation and small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) development was approved on 20 September by the 'senior official meeting' in Vienna, :// /international-aspects/cooperation-regions/eu-mediterranean_en.
Environmental and social changes are deeply affecting Euro-Mediterranean agro-food systems and water resources. Climate change, unsustainable agricultural practices, over-exploitation of natural resources, new lifestyle behaviours (diet, physical activity and socio-cultural) and low profitability of smallholders put a strain on the sustainable and healthy development of the Region, with major Sustainable cities Towards a Euro-Mediterranean sustainable urban strategy Faced with the expected influx of almost million additional town-dwellers in the countries bordering the Mediterranean by , promoting sustainable urban development has been deemed crucial in the Mediterranean. Littoralisation of an increasing urban population By around the urban population It aimed to give a more concrete expression to the Euro-Mediterranean integration process by supplementing existing North-South programs and agreements with a new multilateral scientific forum that emphasizes in particular the vulnerability and proactive remediation of the Euro-Mediterranean region from an environmental point of :// The sustainable and balanced socio-economic development of the MNCs should lead to the establishment of an area of shared prosperity in the Mediterranean. The reforms should enable the creation of Free Trade Areas (FTAs) which involves the gradual elimination of customs barriers (taxation and non-taxation) to trade in manufactured ://
The 2 nd Mediterranean Social Economy Forum will provide the audience with an overview of social economy within the Mediterranean and will present the contribution of these enterprises and organisations in terms of entrepreneurship, job creation and maintenance of employment, social cohesion, inclusive economic growth and sustainable development for the Mediterranean :// tion for the Agenda , with the 17 sustainable development goals at its core. To date, the platform contains nearly 1, partnerships and initiatives promoting sustainable devel-opment. Beginning in early September and through the Summit, over 40 initiatives aiming to support the newly adopted sustainable development goals were :// Goals 17 All journal articles featured in Mediterranean Politics vol 2 issue 1. Access provided by International Ozone Association - European Group (IOA-EA) Log in | Register Cart. Impact Factor. Mediterranean Politics. Impact Factor. Search in: Advanced search ?nav=tocList. Sustainable economic development. 7. As stated in the report on “youth entrepreneurship in the Mediterranean”2, job creation is a pressing priority in the Euro-Mediterranean region. In North Africa for instance, youth unemployment reached almost 30% in , more than double the world and-economic-stabilisation-in-the-mediterranean-region-is-a-key.