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MEDCOP 21
31/07/2015
From November 30 to December 11 2015, France will host and chair the twenty-first Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21/CMP11); in this purpose the Provence-Alpes Côte d’Azur Region held MEDCOP21, the forum of Mediterranean civil society on climate, on 4 and 5 June 2015 in Marseille at the Villa Méditerranée. The EDILE project is cited in the agenda of solutions as inspiring project.
 
 
 
EDILE Brochure
19/06/2015
The EDILE project brochure allows a better understanding of the objectives, missions and tools in order to optimise the local impacts of an investment project be it private or public. An approach implemented through the EDILE label which aims at involving investors in a policy of continuous improvement of the territorial anchorage of their projects.
 
EDILE evaluation guide
9/02/2015
EDILE guide for the evaluation and optimisation of investment projects

This guide for the assessment and optimisation of investment projects serves as an accessible and innovative tool for the local and national public authorities responsible for monitoring investment projects. Several international institutions have developed reference assessment tools that have inspired EDILE guide, adapting them to smaller investment projects and complementing them on local economic development.

 

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Socially responsible investment
9/10/2014

How can we reinforce the impact of investment on sustainable development in the Mediterranean? ANIMA provides answers and courses of action in its study on "Socially Responsible Investment: What Strategy for the Mediterranean?" published in 2011 as part of the Invest in Med project, supported by the European Commission.

Investment is up until now hardly sustainable in the Mediterranean and does not produce all the effects hoped for in economic terms (growth, productivity) but also for society (creation of jobs and skills) and environment (conservation of natural resources). The study provides an outlook of the impacts of investment for the three cornerstones of sustainable development and then presents the stakes, strategies and tools for the four main categories of stakeholders of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) in the Mediterranean: the public authorities, the business support organisations, companies and financial players.

The study also proposes three series of recommendations intended for public bodies. The EDILE project preparation was based on the results of this study.

 

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