The LIFE BaĦAR for N2K project is organising a 4-day conference from 11 to 14 September in Malta and limited spaces are still available.
The aim of the conference is to bring together key participants in marine conservation and management, including local stakeholders and international experts from Mediterranean areas, to share their views and expertise, as a basis for common efforts to protect the Mediterranean Sea as a whole.
Take a look at the agenda of the conference.
To register please use the following link: Conference Registration Form.
The deadline for registration is the 31 August 2017.
In case you encounter difficulties with registering kindly contact on email@example.com.
The LIFE BaĦAR for N2K project (LIFE12 NAT/MT/000845) has the objective to extend existing marine Sites of Community Importance (SCIs) and identify new SCIs for inclusion within the Natura 2000 network. The Natura 2000 is a network of protected areas throughout the EU and it is considered the largest coherent group of protected areas in the world. The Natura 2000 network was established in 1992 under the Habitats Directive, with the long term aim of protecting Europe’s most vulnerable and threatened species and habitats.
The project budget is of €2.6 million, 50% of which is co-financed by the EU LIFE funding programme. The project commenced in October 2013 and will run until June 2018.