The creation of new no-take zones is at the heart of this project bringing together eight direct partners (WWF – project leader, AGIR, HCMR, LIFE, MedPAN, Notre Grand Bleu, SPA/RAC, BlueSeeds), four indirect partners, and four associate partners. The partners
In a global context of increasing concern for the protection and sustainable use of the ocean, Spain is progressively moving towards greater protection of its marine environment. Due to its huge marine area (more than 1 million square kilometres), its
The Côte Bleue Marine Park is looking for its new director. Applications must be sent by e-mail before 1st December 2020. You will find all the information about the position and how to apply here (in French only).
On behalf of the Parties to the Pelagos Agreement, the Permanent Secretariat of the Pelagos Agreement is pleased to announce the launching of the Call for consultation for the drafting of the new Management Plan (2022-2028) and the assessment of
The MedPAN 2019 network regional experience sharing workshop which brought together nearly 140 marine stakeholders from 23 Mediterranean countries and beyond (Belgium, Cape Verde, Mauritania and Switzerland) took place in the small town of Akyaka in Turkey in November 2019.
We are happy to announce that the publication “the Governance of Coastal Wetlands in the Mediterranean – a Handbook”, by B. Shipman and Ž. Rajković, has recently been published. Despite their benefits for nature and human beings, Mediterranean wetlands, especially
The MedFund is an environmental trust fund whose objective is to contribute to the sustainable financing of effective management of marine protected areas (MPAs) in the Mediterranean, through the mobilization of public and private stakeholders. The Fund provides financial support through grants to management
MedPAN 2019 activity report gives an overview of what was accomplished in 2019. You can have a look at it here. Due to exceptional circumstances beyond our control, our balance sheet will be available at MedPAN General Assembly at the end of
Although the 11th Monaco Blue Initiative was cancelled due to the COVID-19 health crises, The Foundation Prince Albert II invited nearly 80 leading personalities to meet virtually on Thursday 28 May 2020 to talk about: “How can we place Marine
MedPAN, SPA/RAC and WWF, who are co-organising the 2020 Forum of Marine Protected Areas in the Mediterranean (dates and location to be confirmed), are launching a call for tenders for the development of the Post-2020 Roadmap for Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas. The present