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UN Environment/MAP launches its new website
The UN environment/Mediterranean Action Plan – Secretariat to the Barcelona Convention (UN Environment/MAP) is delighted to officially announce the launch of its new website.
Caring for our Coasts - Mediterranean and Italian Experiences
Under the main theme of "Caring for our Coasts - Mediterranean and Italian Experiences", the
held its final conference on Tuesday 17 January 2017 in Rome in the presence...
Mediterranean territories work together to improve sustainable coastal tourism
Two PAP/RAC representatives attended the kick-off meeting of the INTERREG MED CO-EVOLVE project (Promoting the co-evolution of human activities and natural systems for the developm...
Erasmus Mundus Master Course on MSP
We are glad to announce the Call for application for the Erasmus Mundus Master Course on Maritime Spatial Planning (EMMCMSP), 2017/2019.
The two-year English-taught master cours...
EcAp for the Mediterranean
SPA/RAC is pleased to share with us its short film entitled "EcAp for the Mediterranean" developed in the framework of the EcAp-Med II Project. This animated film was screened for ...
Algeria ratifies the Prevention and Emergency Protocol of the Barcelona Convention
Algeria has ratified the "Protocol Concerning Cooperation in Preventing Pollution from Ships and, in Cases of Emergency, Combating Pollution of the Mediterranean Sea" (Prevention a...
Regional meeting of the Mediterranean Basin Ecosystem Profile (CEPF)
The Mediterranean basin is one of the most remarkable biodiversity hotspots of the planet due to its great biological diversity and spectacular landscapes, where most of the pressu...
The Mediterranean at Climate Change COP 22: Time for Action!
In the framework of the Climate Change COP 22, held in Marrakesh, Morocco, the United Nations Environment Programme / Mediterranean Action Plan – Secretariat to the Barcelona Conve...
PAP/RAC at COP22 in Marrakech
According to Ms. Hakima El Haite, Moroccan Minister Delegate in Charge of Environment, between 25,000 and 30,000 people are expected to take part in the
22nd Session of the Confere...