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Once again Ecomondo will set up a wide range of projects involving international entities, starting from Collective Areas: Chinese Collective Area, the Italian-Chinese Cooperation project for the Protection of the Environment, born thanks to the cooperation between the Italian Minister of the Environment and the Chinese Minister of Industry (C4 Pavilion, stand n.030); Belgium Collective Area, organized with the Embassy of Belgium – Wallon Region (D4 Pavilion, stand n.010-010A); Northern Collective Area (Sweden and Norway), organized with the Embassy of Sweden (D4 Pavilion, stand n.020); Carinthia Region Collective Area (Austria) organized with the Chamber of Commerce of Carinthia (D4 Pavilion stand n. 007-007/A); Canada-Québec Collective Area, organized with the Embassy of Canada (D4 Pavilion, stand n.015).

The European Commission will be present with an institutional stand in the South Hall to sponsor its funding intended to those enterprises operating in Circular Economy. Ecomondo and EASME (Executive Agency for Small and Medium sized Enterprises) have cooperated to create an active participation of exhibitors, creating a Platform made up of Ecomondo’s historic exhibitors spread all over the fair and 40 enterprises promoted by the European Commission that will present evidence on how the European Union funding have promoted circularity in their industrial processes.

Another European program that will be present at Ecomondo is Interreg MED (D4 Pavilion stand n.017), a project formed by 6 communities that concerns renewable energy, blue and green growth, sustainable tourism, bio diversity protection, urban transport.

The World Bank as well will be present with an event focused on Climate Business organized by IFC (International Finance Corporation) in cooperation with the Ministry of the Environment. The participating private enterprises will be made aware of the investment opportunities that the World Bank will provide and will be offered to participate to B2B meetings focused on this topic... >>read more