SYMBI project was present in CONAMA 2018, the National spanish Environment Congress, a biennial event which has become the environmental event of reference in Spain due to the quality of the contents dealt with, the high level of participation and the variety of professional profiles and environmental sectors represented.
With more than 7,000 participants and a network of more than 450 collaborating institutions, including companies, administrations, universities, technology centres and third sector entities, CONAMA, as it is popularly known, is an essential event for environmental networking, the sharing of knowledge and experiences and the creation of collaborative networks between different actors working for sustainable development in Spain and Latin America.
The congress is organised by the Conama Foundation, an independent, non-profit Spanish organisation which, in line with ODS-17, acts as a sustainability hub in Spain, with the mission of contributing to the creation of solid alliances between governments, the private sector and civil society in order to achieve sustainable development.
This year's edition flagship is 'Rumbo 20.30', sending a message to the whole of society to accelerate towards the ecological transition and sustainability.
Our spanish partner, regional Ministry of the Environment and Regional Planning in Andalucia, participated presenting one of the good practices analysed in SYMBI project about 'Potential in Andalusia of co-digestion of sewage sludge and non-hazardous waste as an instrument in the transition to a circular economy', an interesting paper analysing this good practice has been included in the annual publication.
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