The project ambition is to contribute with new solutions for Global Change adaptation. MAGO solutions will be demonstrated in Tunisia, Spain, France and Lebanon. The project consortium consists of 11 partners: CETAQUA, Aigües de Barcelona, CSIC and Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (AMB) from Spain, INRAE and LISODE from France, University of Thessaly (UTH) from Greece, Institut National de Recherches en Génie Rural, Eaux et Forêts (INRGREF) and Ezzayra Solutions from Tunisia, American University of Beirut (AUB) from Lebanon, and Meta Meta Anatolia from Turkey. The project is coordinated by CETAQUA. The UTH team is led by Chrysi Laspidou, Professor at the Civil Engineering Department.
MAGO is awarded under the call for Management of Water 2020, topic 1.1.1: Ιmplementing sustainable, integrated management of water resources in the Mediterranean, under climate change conditions. This ambitious innovation action will complete its workflow in 36 months and will receive 2.5 million euros funding by the PRIMA initiative, under Horizon 2020, the European Union’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.