On the 22nd May, project BINGO - bringing innovation to ongoing water management, led by Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil (LNEC), began its third annual progress meeting in Nicosia, Cyprus.
This meeting lasted for three days and was attended by over sixty people, including representatives from all twenty partner organisations of the project. The agenda of the meeting included the presentations describing the progress of each work package team as well as discussion on the action plan for the last year of the project and its final conference, which will be incorporated in the ECCA 2019 - European Climate Change Adaptation Conference, in Lisbon on 28-31st May 2019.
The participants also had the opportunity of visiting some of the Cyprus research sites, namely the forestry ecohydrology research site in Xyliatos.
The BINGO project aims to provide demand-driven solutions for specific climate related challenges, in particular for highly vulnerable water resources of strategic importance. SPI is one of the project partners and is responsible for the communication, dissemination and exploitation of the results.
Find more information about project BINGO at projectbingo.eu, on Facebook (@projectbingo.eu) or Twitter (@EU_BINGO). The project has received funding from the European Commission Horizon 2020 programme.