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Environment – Energy Programme in Tunisia: Workshops to promote sustainable development

The Tunisian Environment ministry, in partnership with the EU Delegation to Tunisia, is organizing the first workshops on sustainable development integration in the sectors of transport, tourism, industry and agriculture from 16 to 19 April at the Tunis International Centre for Environmental Technologies. These workshops are organised in the framework of the Environment – Energy Programme and are conducted by the Sustainable Development General Department at the Environment ministry.

 
The workshops, targeted essentially at government departments, aim at identifying the integration modes of sustainable development in the sectoral policies and at exploring the possibility of taking into account, at the earliest stages, the environmental, economic and social factors into development planning.
 
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EU Delegation - Tunisia

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