CARDET is an independent, non-profit, research and development organization based in Cyprus, with partners around the world. CARDET is one of the leading institutions in the Euro-Mediterranean region for research and development. CARDET’s mission is to inspire next generation education, and to promote research, innovation, and development through evidence-based practices, cutting-edge research, and empowered people.
Comune di Ravenna (The City of Ravenna) is located in the Emilia-Romagna Region and has about 150.000 inhabitants and about 1.100 employees are active in its municipality. It is the first EMAS certified municipality in Italy. The Municipality is involved in several areas aimed at citizens of its territory: Municipal police and Civil protection; School, Youth and University; Environment; Land and Mobility; Business, Building and Enterprise; Social services, home and Health; Culture, Sport and Leisure; Immigration Service; Decentralization; Public communication and information; European policies. The Environment department of the Municipality of Ravenna was born to support the Municipality in decisions towards the natural environment (coast, sea, pine grove, etc), which are typical of the Ravenna territory, and decisions towards sustainability such as air and soil safety, waste management and energy. The interest in the environmental performance of the Municipality is continually increasing and it was in 2010 EMAS registered for improvement of the environmental performance. Moreover, since 2008 Ravenna is a Covenant of Mayors signatory and its SEAP was formally approved in 2012. In this period the Environmental Department became major in data research and analysis, as well as specialized in communication and environmental education.
EcoFellows operates in the environmental information Center Moreenia, in the heart of Tampere, in the Tammerkoski national landscape. We are familiar with the needs and wishes of the municipal sector, as we are part of the Tampere City Group and have provided services to the city throughout our existence. We offer municipalities a wide range of services, for example, to involve local residents or, for example, to improve hiking opportunities. We design ready-made advisory services to reduce municipal emissions, whether it is energy consumption or sustainable mobility, and we implement environmentally and environmentally friendly campaigns and events with years of experience. Read more about our ready-made concepts below or feel free to contact us experts, and we will design a service package that takes your needs into account.
The Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES) (founded in 1987) is the Greek organization for Renewable Energy Sources (RES), Rational Use of Energy (RUE) and Energy Saving (ES). CRES has been appointed as the national co-ordination centre in its area of activity. It is a public entity, supervised by the Ministry of Environment and Energy and has financial and administrative independence: CRES’ funding is mainly provided by National, European and International projects, as well as projects carried out on behalf of the industrial, hotel, and construction sector, etc. Its main goal is the research and promotion of RES/RUE/ES applications at a national and international level, as well as the support of related activities, taking into consideration the principles of sustainable development.
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One Planet is a NGO located in Stockholm (Sweden) with focus at environment and health increase. Our aim is to spread existing knowledge of environmental methods to new organisations and develop new ones. We preferably work in project shape with a interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary grip for global gain. Our team members are professionals within a wide range of areas among which, environmental , IT and teaching with positions in for example Academia, IT Security and Pedagogic institutions. We are a multilingual team, with collaborators on global level.
Provincia di Parma with its approximately 450000 inhabitants is consisting of plains, hills and Apennines mountain areas in the Emilia Romagna Region of Italy.
Sweden Emilia Romagna Network (SERN) is a non-profit organisation created between 2004 and 2005 with the aim of fostering cooperation between organisations from Italy and Sweden. It includes 60 members, most of which are local public bodies, collaborating in the fields of education, environment, local development, welfare policies, entrepreneurship and social inclusion. The network promotes different forms of collaboration: 1. Exchange of information, experience, knowledge, best practices, staff exchanges, and learning partnerships; 2. Development of projects financed by its members; 3. Development of projects financed by external funds such as national and EU funding.