Natmed staff

NATMed, a project funded by the EU's PRIMA program, held its kick-off meeting in the first week of May in Valladolid, Spain.

The project, titled "Nature-based Solutions on existing infrastructures for resilient Water Management in the Mediterranean," aims to develop, apply, and validate a series of Nature-based solutions integrated into existing natural and grey water infrastructures to optimize ecosystem services related to water.

The project is coordinated by FUNDACIÓN CARTIF and will last for 3 years. Within the project, NRD-UNISS is responsible for implementing research activities related to the Infiltration Forest Area (AFI) within the Arborea case study in Italy.