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Sustain-COAST OVERVIEW

Sustain-COAST “Sustainable coastal groundwater management and pollution reduction through innovative governance in a changing climate” is an R&I project co-funded under the PRIMA 2018 programme section II, for a period of 3 years starting from June 2019. Sustain-COAST consortium is led by the Technical University of Crete (TUC) and is composed of a multidisciplinary team of seven partners from six countries. Sustain-COAST intends to develop a calibrated multi-criteria decision supporting system (DSS) and a web Geographical Information System platform accessible for water stakeholders and policy makers.

 

LATEST NEWS

The annual EGU General Assembly is Europe’s largest and most prominent geosciences event. It attracts more than 16,000 scientists, more than half of…

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On 7 & 8 April, as part of Sustain-COAST project and in coordination and cooperation with the CRDA Nabeul, the CERTE team carried out a well water…

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On 1st April 2021, as part of Sustain-COAST project, the CERTE team carried out a sampling and monitoring campaign of surface water quality in Wadi El…

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The second online annual meeting took place on 29 September 2020 and hosted by the project coordinator “ Technical University of Crete (TUC) ”. The…

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On September 28th 2020, a joint conference of the Sustain-Coast and the Medsal projects took place via zoom.

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On 9th of July, 2020 the first Living Lab and stakeholders meeting in Malia study area, Greece took place in the city hall of Malia. In the meeting,…

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