The 2nd phase has been recently awarded to the Horizontal Project Green Growth

Green Growth has been recently awarded to launch its second phase, starting from November 2019 until June 2022.

The renewed consortium of the Horizontal Project Green Growth involves 7 Partners and 13 Associated Partners from 9 MED regions, including territories from the southern shore of the Mediterranean.

Green Growth aims to support the Modular Projects under the Green Growth thematic of the Interreg MED Programme Priority Axis 1 – Innovation, acting as a community of projects promoting a sustainable development by fostering innovation through an integrated and territorial based cooperation approach.

Building upon achievements of the first phase, the project intends to further maximise the transnational replicability and capitalization potential of its results. Following a Quadruple helix approach, it aspires to involve actors representing the maximum geographical coverage of the MED region, to share their best practices in the field of green growth and to promote the effective transfer of concrete results into regional/national policies.

The expected outcomes will facilitate the creation of multi-stakeholders shared actions plans to highlight new opportunities and to unlock market potentials as well as effective political leverage for demand driven and territorial evidence-based policy change on the green growth thematic, coherent with the EU policy framework.


The partnership:

Leading Partner:              

  • University of Vic- Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC), Spain

Project Partners:             

  • University Consortium for Industrial and Managerial Economics (CUEIM), Italy
  • Dynamic Vision, Greece
  • REVOLVE Mediterraneo, Spain
  • ANIMA Investment Network, France
  • European Regions Research and Innovation Network (ERRIN), Belgium
  • Centre for Energy, Environment and Resources (CENER21), Bosnia and Herzegovina 

Associated Partners:      

  • National Research Council (CNR), Italy
  • Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA), Italy
  • SVI.MED. EuroMediterranean Center for the Sustainable Development, Italy
  • University of Patras, GREECE
  •  Andalusia Smart City Cluster, Spain
  • Area Metropolitana Barcelona, Spain
  • Regional Government of Lazio, Italy
  • The Node, Spain
  • Arcolatino, Spain
  • Agrinova cluster, Morocco
  • RAED (Arab Network), Egypt
  • Businessmed, Tunisia
  • General Secretariat for Commerce and Consumer Protection, Greece