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June 2021

The Mediterranean endeavour towards sustainable mobility

Over 70% of the European population lives in urban areas while the MED Programme area represents 24% of the EU population. A demographic trend that has a direct impact on urbanisation, resource consumption and waste production. As a result, concentration of ozone and green-house gas index are higher in the MED area than the EU average. 

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MED strategies to boost e-mobility solutions

Many European projects have been put in place in order to reduce CO2 emissions, notably in European cities. In this regard, the use of electric vehicles is one of the trends that has continuously grown throughout the recent years since the automotive sector contributes to 14% of CO2 emissions worldwide. Although, there are still huge gaps among countries depending on their technology standards, their legislation, their car manufacturing infrastructures or their electric suppliers.

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Programme
Results of the last two 2014-2020 calls for...
The results of the call for carboon footprint compensation projects and of...
Renewable Energy
Nine municipalities in four Mediterranean...
The Interreg MED Renewable Energy Community selected nine municipalities in...
Governance
WHAT’S NEXT IN PANORAMED MAINSTREAMING...
During the past two months, PANORAMED has informed of the main activities...
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Biodiversity Protection

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