CITET to present its 2030 vision on April 12-13 | Tunisia News Gazette

CITET to present its 2030 vision on April 12-13

The Tunis International Center for Environmental Technologies (CITET) will present on April 12-13 its 2030 vision as part of its action to reposition environment nationally and internationally.

CITET, created in June 1996, has been committed to develop Tunisian qualifications for a better mastery of environmental technologies in order to ensure a sustainable development in Tunisia and in the Arab and Mediterranean region.

It plays a fundamental role in environmental upgrading of enterprises to fulfill national and international standards and enhance their competitiveness.

In this respect, the centre will organise on April 12-13 the Eco-Innovation Days that will review several issues on prospects of sustainable hotel management and the challenges in terms of hotel management sustainability in Tunisia.

These days will further provide an opportunity to present CITET’s activities for hotels.

The participants will review the “role of the media and the civil society in promoting eco-technology innovation” and the “eco-innovation’s role in promoting sustainable development.”

A space dedicated to the CITET’s various structures and services technology and technical support transfer, training, analysis, communication services and co-operation with international structures will be organised during these days.

CITET is active through a network of national relations made up of public and private structures, universities and research centres in addition to non-governmental organisations and receives foreign support from international agencies such as the German Agency for International Co-operation (GIZ) and the Japan International Co-operation Agency (JICA).

Source: TAP News Agency

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