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UNESCO’s objectives in conservation of Cultural and Natural Heritage are also pursued by the NewCiMed Project: the creation of a network of Euro Mediterranean New Cities will be followed by advanced development programs. PRO-ECO analysis method and STeMA approach are able to realize a complex innovative planning strategy focused on territories’ protection and valorization.

After the analysis and planning activities the project will develop the UNESCO Projects in the partner territories identified with great potential to be included in the World Heritage List. To be included in the WHL, sites must be of outstanding universal value and meet at least one out of ten UNESCO’s selection criteria. Read More about this activity

Local Governance Forum

Creation of governance forums for the sustainable management of the territories with the involvement and participation of the main territorial planning and development stakeholders in each partner territory.

During the implementation of the STeMA Methodology, each local government involved in the project (7 territories) in cooperation with the University of Tor Vergata will create a local forum where all the key local stakeholders will participate periodically to shared the strategic guide lines that will be proposed by the 4th generation plan.


About NewCiMed Project

New Cities of the Mediterranean Sea basin is a stantard project of ENPI CBC MED (I-B/1.3/561) programme funded by EuropeAid under the Joint Managing Authority Autonomous Region of Sardinia