CSDCS is the Bulgarian partner in the ENDURANCE project starting on 1st of May 2013. It is funded by EACI and is the follow up of the EPOMM PLUS initiative. There are 25 partners from 25 EU MS. The new project will create a network of European cities with implemented SUMPs.
BUMP provides city planners, environmental and technical officers in local authorities, with the knowledge and skills to plan and manage sustainable mobility in urban and peri-urban areas. Moreover, BUMP supports the most committed towns and cities to produce their own Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans.
National and international events under the project create a network for exchange of experience and training. Participate 9 EU countries, Bulgaria is represented by Club "Sustainable Development of Civil Society".
SEEMORE demonstrates how local efforts can change the way of access to the resort areas to become more environmentally friendly, safe and healthy for tourists and population.
The Danube is passing 10 countries on its way to the Black Sea. Therefore, it is one of the most transnational rivers in the world. It is a river full of hi With the endorsement of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region in April 2011, the member states declared their will for common action. In line with the objectives of the South East Europe (SEE) Program, “TRANSDANUBE” is aiming at tackeling the weak accessibility levels and poor quality of transport services in SEE as a major constraint for further economic development and growth in the region.
The main objective is to show companies and their employees the attractiveness of public transport systems compared to car use. Especially in the New Member States, private car ownership is rising rapidly. BENEFIT will address this issue and aims to achieve a modal shift from the car back to public transport, and in the process, achieve substantial energy savings, emissions reductions and cost reductions.
The project BALKWASTE aims to disseminate knowledge stemmed by the implementation of the EU Waste Strategy on the Balkans. Bulgaria and Romania are used as samples for the implementation of integrated planning of the municipal waste management.
Project PARTNERSHIP FOR BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE in "Triaditsa" aims to promote and implement European practices to improve the quality of life in "Triaditsa" through a partnership between civil society organizations and local authorities.
CSDCS is the Bulgarian partner in EPOMM PLUSS project funded by CIP-IEE 2008 of EACI. This project is a follow-up initiative of EPOMM for building of European platform of mobility management.
ELTIS+ strengthens the exchange of information and knowledge in mobility management in EU. It supports the creation of energy saving urban systems for increasing the competitiveness of the cities and improving the quality of life.
Project CFCU/TR 0801.08-02 - EuropAid/130031/D/ACT/TR: Breaking the Silence: Violence against Women and Girls with Disabilities.
The Traffic Snake Game (TSG) is a campaign developed to encourage walking and cycling to school, with primary school children, and parents and teachers being the main target group. All the schools are pursuing the same goal: more safe and sustainable trips to school!
To spread such practices across Europe was founded TSG network consists of National Focal Points (NFPs) in eighteen countries of the EU. Club SDCS is the Bulgarian partner in the project.