Roadmap for a comprehensive and coherent network of well managed MPAs in the Mediterranean
La Feuille de route des AMP de Méditerranée

Une vidéo du CAR/ASP sur le développement de la Feuille de route.

Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas as nature-based solutions to climate change
Les AMP de Méditerranée et le changement climatique

Une video de l'UICN sur les Aires Marines Protégées comme une solution au changement climatique basée sur la nature


Le Forum est labélisé COP22

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  • With the endorsement by the UN General Assembly of the Rio+20 Outcome Document, prevention and mitigation of marine debris is now recognized among global priorities for sustainable development and the post-2015 UN development agenda.This report intends to support Parties, other Governments, along with civil society and the scientific community in further enhancing their awareness of the urgency of this issue and facilitating immediate actions to address the sources and causes of marine debris in the ocean.
    © 2012, Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity
    Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel—GEF (2012). Impacts of Marine Debris on Biodiversity: Current Status and Potential Solutions, Montreal, Technical Series No. 67, 61 pages.
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