Climate for Cities (C4C) : meet the six projects selected in the South Neighbourhood region
February 24, 2022
The Clima-Med team announced the names of the six projects selected and awarded with grants from the EU in Jordan, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine and Tunisia:
In Lebanon, a joint application, filed by the cities of Hammana and Menjez – has secured granting for the project titled: ‘’Integrating resilience to Climate Change and its impact in selected Lebanese municipalities’’.
In Jordan, Greater Irbid Municipality was selected with the following project: “Cleaner Energy Saving multi-use public building”.
In Israel, the municipality of Ramat Gan was awarded funding for the “Water Sensitive City” project.
In Palestine, the “Alternative energy and renewable resources for public and residential building in Abasan Al-Kabira (SUNBUILDING)” project
In Tunisia, two projects got green light for funding: In the commune of Sfax, with the ‘’Mobilité active et intelligente à Sfax à travers des actions et initiatives novatrices en matière d’économie d’énergie et de résilience aux changement climatiques’’ project and in Nabeul with the “Ville Verte” project.
The Climate for Cities (C4C) programme will support the implementation of the concrete actions included in the Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plans (SECAPs). Selected applicants will be assisted during implementation by the Clima-Med project.
The C4C programme aims to contribute to sustainable human development by promoting a transition towards greener and climate-resilient cities in the Southern Neighbourhood, in line with countries’ commitments under the Paris Agreement, and making optimum use of climate finance instruments.