Overload capacity of the Wastewater treatment plan, river overflow in domestic areas, urbanization of coastal areas and traffic congestion, are some of the growing problems in urban areas in Cyprus that can lead to heavy environmental burdens.

Through cooperation in Nicosia’s wastewater treatment plant and the remodeling of a part of the...

Overload capacity of the Wastewater treatment plan, river overflow in domestic areas, urbanization of coastal areas and traffic congestion, are some of the growing problems in urban areas in Cyprus that can lead to heavy environmental burdens.

Through cooperation in Nicosia’s wastewater treatment plant and the remodeling of a part of the Pedieos/Kanlı Dere river in Nicosia, we can work together for a sustainable urban future.

The development of a model that is sustainable for this and future generations offers the best way forward to create a better world, by ending poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. Sustainable development and climate action are linked – and both are essential to the present and the future of the humankind. It is, therefore, vital that the international community meet the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). There are 17 SDGs which have targets to be achieved by 2030. UN is calling countries - developed and developing - for a global partnership. As the Technical Committee on Environment, we would like to support this call and connect you with the relevant SDGs information below. With just one click you can identify all17 SDG’s and to learn more about their goals and targets.

https://sdgs.un.org/goals

 

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With support from the Technical Committee on the Environment, funding from the European Union Programme Support Office and assistance from UNFICYP, wh...
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