Plan Bleu pour l’Environnement et le Développement en Méditerranée
For over 30 years and within a context of growing international action for the environment, the 21 states bordering on the Mediterranean and the European Union have together been developing an original mechanism for environmental regional cooperation within the framework of the United Nations Environment Programme’s Mediterranean Action Plan (UNEP/MAP). The Blue Plan is one of the stakeholders involved in this cooperation. One of the main tasks with which it is entrusted is to produce information and knowledge in order to alert decision-takers and other stakeholders to environmental risks and sustainable development issues in the Mediterranean, and to shape future scenarios to guide decision-taking processes.
- Mediterranean Coastal Zones Climate Resilience Water Security and Habitat Protection
- Reducing Pollution from Harmful Chemicals and Wastes in Mediterranean Hot Spots and Measuring Progress to Impacts
- Enhancing Regional Climate Change Adaptation in the Mediterranean Marine and Coastal Areas
- MED: Sustainable Governance and Knowledge Generation
Lina Tode Project Coordinator