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Molina de Segura Town Council signs agreements with the companies collaborating

Eversia, Ribera Hospital de Molina and Sercomosa participate in this public-private collaboration project to improve adaptation to climate change in the urban environment.


The Plenary Hall of the City Council of Molina de Segura has hosted today, Thursday 23 September, the presentation of the agreements signed between the Consistory molinense and partner companies in the European project LIFE CITYAdaP3 for the implementation of local actions for adaptation to climate change, which are Eversia, Sercomosa and Ribera Hospital de Molina.


In attendance were the Mayor of the town, Eliseo García Cantó, the Secretary General of the Federation of Municipalities of the Region of Murcia, Manuel Pato Melgarejo, Vice-Rector for Social Responsibility and Transparency and Director of the Chair of CSR at the University of Murcia, Longinos Marín Rives, the Project Manager of Eurovértice Consultores, José Pablo Delgado Marín, the Managing Director of Ribera Hospital de Molina, Pedro Hernández Jiménez, the Director of SERCOMOSA, Francisco Aguado Jiménez, the Director of the Quality and Environment Department of EVERSIA, Consuelo Romero Vicente, and the Councillor for the Environment, Mariano Vicente Albaladejo.


LIFE CITYAdaP3 is a public-private partnership project to implement climate change adaptation measures in the urban environment of Molina de Segura. The City Council is currently working on three actions, which are in different phases:


Action 1: Ecological House - Bioclimatic Classroom.

The basic project and execution project has been carried out by the company Ecoproyecta. In addition, the specific technical specifications have been finalised and next week the contracting dossier will be opened.


Action 2: Study and Drafting of the Implementation Project for the Green, Tree-lined and Shaded Urban Path.

On Tuesday 21 September the contract was signed with the company M&K Ingeniería Civil for the study of the streets and the drafting of the Green Urban Path Project, with a completion period of three months.


Action 3: Reforestation and climate change adaptation measures in Nelson Mandela Park, with the incorporation of sustainable urban drainage systems.

This week sees the completion of the execution project in order to proceed with the contracting procedures for the actions.



"These are three pilot initiatives, of a marked environmental nature, which seek to improve the adaptation of the urban environment of Molina de Segura to climate change and which we are carrying out within the framework of the Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy. Three sustainable projects committed to the idea of a green, friendly and environmentally friendly city, in which Eversia, Sercomosa and Ribera Hospital de Molina are actively involved. These are three large local companies that find in Corporate Social Responsibility a magnificent way of contributing to the improvement of society, making it fairer and more egalitarian, while at the same time committed to the sustainability of the planet and the improvement of the environment".


This project is coordinated by the Federation of Municipalities of the Region of Murcia, with the collaboration of the University of Murcia, the technical advice of Eurovértice Consultants, and the involvement of the city council of the Italian city of Reggia Emilia and the Murcian cities of Alcantarilla, Lorquí and Molina de Segura.


"The synergies that this project promotes between administrations, universities and private initiatives contribute to the achievement of the objectives set and to the creation of a much more cohesive, supportive and rational society", concludes Eliseo García.


In the municipality of Molina, this is an initiative of the Department of European Projects and is coordinated at a technical level by the municipal biologist Carmen Mondéjar, together with the services of the Environment, Town Planning and the Business Office.




For his part, the secretary general of the Federation of Municipalities, Manuel Pato, explained during his speech that, "the path towards adaptation to climate change must not be slowed down, it is essential to ensure the quality of life of people, and an avant-garde and respectful co-governance with the environment, but to achieve this it is clear that, in addition to the fundamental role played by municipal policy and European investment, the private collaboration of companies and public awareness is key".


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