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September 2021

Protecting the Mediterranean biodiversity from tourism: a shared challenge for our projects!

The Mediterranean area attracts a lot of tourists due to the richness of its landscapes and biodiversity. Unfortunately, this success has a negative impact on the natural and cultural environment, directly affecting the ecosystems and the lives of the local inhabitants. 

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How the involvement of fishermen in MPAs can change the face of fishing industry

In the Mediterranean Sea, many species of fish are threatened with extinction while 96 % of fish stocks are overfished. Indeed, the fishing industry as a whole is still reluctant to modify its way of functioning even though it would benefit from fishing restrictions in the long run. Fortunately, things have started to lighten up in some MED areas thanks to the engagement of small-scale fisheries. 

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Call for tenders: E-learning platform
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Call for tenders for the elaboration of a handbook on how to use EU...

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