CHAMP encourages and supports local authorities to implement IMS (Integrated Management System) for sustainability in response to climate change effects. An extensive 5 steps training was carried out in four countries during the project period. The training method focused on how to respond more efficiently to climate change, and awareness raising about IMS. Integrated Management System is an answer to adapt to the climate change. How the CHAMP project could help for example Local Government of Fonyód in reaching the environmental objectives?
"By learning, we learnt what kind of targets can be set and how to reach these targets. We know that targets must be continuohttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifusly developed; it is not enough that we set the targets and only meet them; we have to try annually or bi-annually to review and further develop them. And maybe the main learning is that we can not stop, persistently we have to develop we have to set new targets and meet them. We would like to update our environmental management plan annually – biannually, and also that the members of the local council support us to implement new and new environmental programs."
The end of the training the participants received a certification within the Final Award Ceremony. The representatives of Fonyód can be seen on the picture.
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You can find out more about the Hungarian trainings in the section Reflecting the CHAMP trainings.
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