Summary Activity Report 2009-201512/11/2015
The present report aims to shed light on the main activities carried out under the Strategic Partnership for the Mediterranean Sea Large Marine Ecosystem (MedPartnership) and the Integration of Climatic Variability and Change into National Strategies to Implement the ICZM Protocol in the Mediterranean (ClimVar & ICZM) projects.
Monitoring Mediterranean Lesser Crested Terns : Thalasseus bengalensis emigratus02/12/2014
This practical guide attempted to gather recent experiences carried out under RAC-SPA umbrella and collaboration with the Environmental General Authority (EGA) in Libya and to produce available material for further sharing, which may ensure a correct continuation of activities in the future.
MedPartnership Annual report 201310/06/2014
With the MedPartnership project at half way, the present report provides a general overview of the progress of activities undertaken throughout 2013, including completed activites.
MedPartnership Annual report 201218/12/2013
The MedPartnership Annual Report provides a general overview of the activities undertaken under the components of the project throughout 2012. The Strategic Partnership for the Mediterranean Sea Large Marine Ecosystem (MedPartnership) is a collective effort of leading environmental institutions and organizations together with countries sharing the Mediterranean Sea to address the main environmental challenges that Mediterranean marine and coastal ecosystems face.
MedPartnership 2011 Annual Report27/04/2012
This report, prepared by UNEP/MAP predominantly focuses on the implementation of the Regional Project in 2011.
The MedPAN South Project Mid-Term Report 201103/06/2011
"Working together for more effective Marine Protected Areas in the Mediterranean": The MedPAN South Project is a 4-year collaborative project aimed at improving the management effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in the south and east of the Mediterranean and supporting the creation of new ones. Led by WWF Mediterranean, it partners with more than 20 national and international organisations to deliver an ambitious programme of support for the MPAs and relevant authorities in the 11 GEF-eligible countries of the south and east of the Mediterranean. At the halfway point of the project, there have significant achievements and progress.