In France, the absence of further development of marine fish farming over the last 20 years has been attributed to regulatory constraints, and to the difficult access to new farming sites, due to high competition between different uses in the coas
Evolution of Marine Coastal Ecosystems under the Pressure of Global Changes pp 441-456
This publication was produced in the context of the CAP BOATING project. It aims at developing guidelines for sustainable recreational boating management in Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in the Mediterranean.
Τhe Cypriot small-scale fishing fleet is considered the backbone of fishing in the Republic of Cyprus, constituting its largest fishing sector.
The deep sea covers about 79% of the Mediterranean basin, including habitats potentially able to deliver multiple ecosystem services and numerous resources of high economic value.
Aquaculture provides more than half of the fish used for human consumption, contributing to food security and nutrition, economic growth and improved livelihoods.
Small-scale fisheries in the Mediterranean represent a significant part of the fisheries industry and their substantial social, economic and place attachment related role has always been acknowledged in the region.
Ministry of Ecological and Solidarity Transition
In the context of the MSP Directive, France has divided its maritime space into four sea basins ("façades"), where each basin is subject to a specific planning process.
This document, produced within the context of the Pharos4MPAs project, aims to explore how Marine Protected Areas could be affected by aquaculture, and provides a set of practical recommendations to avoid or minimise its environmental impacts.
The document, produced within the context of the Pharos4MPAs project, aims to explore the ways Marine Protected Areas are affected by the cruise sector, and provides a set of practical recommendations on how to minimise its environmental impacts.
The document, produced within the context of the Pharos4MPAs project, aims to explore the ways Marine Protected Areas are affected by leisure boating.
The overall objective of the Interreg MED programme is to promote sustainable growth in the Mediterranean area by:
Union for the Mediterranean - UfM
The Mediterranean Blue Economy Stakeholder Platform (MedBESP), originally called the Virtual Knowledge Centre (VKC), is an online web portal designed for sharing knowledge and supporting the development of the Blue Economy in the Mediterranean.