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Edit 20 March 2020 by Miguel Lucena, UIA Expert

BRICK-BEACH Journal 3: overcoming some of the challenges related to its infrastructural activities

BRICK-BEACH Journal 3: overcoming some of the challenges related to its infrastructural activities
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In the third Journal of BRICK-BEACH, UIA Expert Miguel Lucena shows how the project is currently overcoming some of the challenges related to its infrastructural activities. Being at very critical moment of its implementation, the BRICK-BEACH team is dealing with two major issues: the environmental authorization and the reallocation of the recycling plant.

Through an analysis of the 7 UIA implementation challenges, Miguel Lucena reflects on the risks and the knowledge gained by the project in this process, offering an outlook for the next steps necessary to bring BRICK-BEACH towards a successful closure. 

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