The CAMP Levante de Almeria, Spain, has nearly reached its completion stage. Namely, on 11 December 2012, the CAMP Coastal Commission met in order to adopt the main output of the project, i.e. the Sustainable Development Reference Framework (SDRF) for the CAMP area. Prior to the adoption, the project results and the SDRF in particular were presented and discussed, as well as the follow-up activities and organisation of the work. All the members of the Commission were present and anonymously adopted the SDRF, including the annexes, such as the vulnerability maps and conclusions and recommendations of the Coastal Council that had discussed the reports on 15 November 2012. The meeting was concluded with the adoption of the Declaration by which a political statement was expressed about the SDRF and the future implementation of the proposed actions.
The Coastal Commission is composed of the mayors of eight municipalities, the representatives of the Regional government, Provincial council, Association of the municipalities and of the Ministry of the Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs. This is an important body established in the framework of the CAMP in order to provide institutional co-ordination and social participation. Most of all, the Coastal Commission is created as a decision-making and executive body for the actions and measures needed to implement the proposals derived from the CAMP.
It was also decided that the Final Presentation Conference would take place on 16 January 2013 when the results of the project would be presented to the public and all the stakeholders involved. It is expected that high representatives of the Andalusian region and the Ministry of the Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs will attend the Conference.