Environmental experts of CEPI, the Confederation of European Paper Industries, visited The Cliffs Interpretation Centre on Friday 17th June on a social activity, linked to getting to know more information on Dingli Cliffs and its natural environment.
CEPI is a non-profit-making organisation, based in Brussels which groups together European industries involved in pulp and paper making. CEPI represents about 23% of the world production of pulp, paper and board. CEPI also factors for the sustainable development of the environment, circular economy, forestry and production. This year, the Spring Meeting of CEPI’s Environment and Safety Committee was held in Malta on 16th and 17th June.
Several members of CEPI watched the audiovisual on the landmarks and ecology of the area within The Cliffs Trail map. Following this, they enjoyed a short walk along The Cliffs Trail, with the major focus being the environmental factors affecting Dingli Cliffs and its vegetation. Following the short walk along Dingli Cliffs, the guests enjoyed a local food platter and a glass of wine.