New website to showcase the results of the MedPartnership and ClimVar& ICZM projects09/05/2016
The outputs of each project are detailed on the new website and categorised according to the type of activity. Ten activities are also presented with experience notes using the GEF IW template.
Coastal Plan for Šibenik-Knin County Adopted03/05/2016
The Šibenik-Knin Council members adopted the ICZM Plan of the County
A model for other projects, the MedPartnership and ClimVar & ICZM projects showcase their activities13/11/2015
The day started with a dream, a dream of a healthy, clean and sustainable Mediterranean.It ended with one conclusion: dreams do come true when we work “Together for the Mediterranean”.
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.
MedPartnership and ClimVar projects end, the protection of the Mediterranean goes on05/11/2015
The Steering Committee of the MedPartnership and ClimVar and ICZM held its 5th and last meeting in Athens, Greece, on 3 and 4 November 2015, in the presence of country focal points, executing partners and beneficiaries from the countries of the projects.
Partnerships, collaboration and synergies to preserve the Mediterranean Coast28/09/2015
Under the main theme “partnerships, collaboration and synergies”, there were more than 100 Mediterranean and European actors involved in the protection of coastal zones, including governments, local authorities, public sector, coast management organizations, associations, and funding agencies, to celebrate Coast Day in the Mediterranean on 25 September 2015 in Antibes, France.
The MedPartnership launches its online bibliography22/07/2015
The MedPartnership project has recently made available its online bibliography. an updated and final version will be uploaded in December 2015
First containers loaded with solid PCBs contaminated equipment leave Turkey for disposal27/04/2015
Turkey leads as the first Mediterranean country to dispose of its Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) contaminated equipment in collaboration with UNEP/MAP.
The development of a regional approach to climate change adaptation advances in the Mediterranean16/03/2015
The overall objective of the Framework is to identify and develop a regional approach to climate change adaptation in the Mediterranean to increase the resilience of its marine and coastal ecosystems, infrastructure and communities to climate change.
Consultation workshop on the archipelago of Kerkennah in Tunisia06/02/2015
Forty participants including scientists, policy makers, representatives of Tunisian national and local institutions, as well as representatives of the fishing community took part to the workshop. Discussions evolved around the role played by ecosystems to ensure livelihoods for the archipelago; the threats on ecosystems; and ways to protect them.