Regional—Acting for Climate in South Mediterranean (Clima-Med)
Environment & Natural Resources
Project funded by
Identified as a climate change hotspot region, the Southern Mediterranean region is seeing increasing water scarcity, rising temperatures, and growing rates of desertification. The increasing frequency of climate change impacts affects both socio-economic development and the geopolitical environment. The multidimensional nature of climate change calls for a coherent and coordinated multi-sectoral response.
DAI is supporting a regional approach to support the transition towards sustainable, low-carbon, and climate-resilient development. The ultimate objective of the Clima-Med project is to enhance the energy security and adaptive capacity of the partner countries, leading to more stable, efficient, competitive, and climate-resilient socioeconomic contexts, while increasing energy sovereignty and reducing emissions—in Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, and Tunisia.