EU project on sustainable tourism in the Mediterranean participates in leading global tourism event

November 2, 2015
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 The EU-funded Sustainability and Tourism in the Mediterranean (S&T Med) project, implemented under the CBCMed programme, is taking part in the World Travel Market (WTM), the largest annual event of the tourism industry taking place from 2 to 5 November in London.

The aim is to share experiences with destinations sharing sustainability values, promoting sustainable integrated itineraries in Jordan, Italy and Tunisia, and fostering business opportunities related to sustainable tourism products.
The S&T MED project will be sharing a stand with MEET (“Mediterranean Experience of Eco-Tourism”), another ENPI CBC Med project on sustainable tourism. 
The S&T Med Project aims at promoting sustainable development and management of coastal tourism through the application of joint public/private management schemes for the valorisation and promotion of natural and cultural assets and the establishment of a Mediterranean network of sustainable coastal destinations that will offer wider visibility and impact on destinations attractiveness.
The ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme 2007/2013 is a multilateral cross-border cooperation programme funded by the European Union under the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument. It aims at reinforcing cooperation between the EU and partner countries’ regions located along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. (EU Neighbourhood Info
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S&T Med Project website
ENPI CBCMED – website
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EU Neighbourhood Info Centre interview – Working across borders to bring people together

Countries covered:

  • Jordan
  • Tunisia