L’eau pour tous
The city of Sousse has a long tradition and diversified expertise in the sustainable use of its water resources. Nevertheless, its planning and monitoring mechanisms for sustainable management of water resources involve the participation of water users and civil society in its decision-making processes. Since its creation in 2002, the Association of Research and Study on the Memory of Sousse (A.R.E.M.S) celebrates the World Water Day on March 22 organized by the United Nation (O.N.U)
  • Outing on a Study Visit Guided by Experts in Environments and Water.
  •  Three workshops on the theme of “Sousse city water” will be organized for (i) schoolchildren and students, (ii) industrialists and farmers to share their experiences with researchers,  Conferences will be animated by experts and scientists who will bring their experiences, discuss the impacts of trades on the water economy, optimal use and preservation of Nature for water, as well as trades of water that responds to climate change, and water sustainability in industrial agricultural and other industrial areas.  The valorization of the seven (7) water sources of the city that have been abandoned by the city of Sousse and that the AREMS association intends to enhance with a special Commission created for this purpose, and which will work throughout the year 2019.
Event info
Start date: March 23, 2019
End date: February 24, 2019
Organization: Association of Research and Study on the Memory of Sousse (A.R.E.M.S)

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