• La Blue Economy per la transizione ecologica: il caso dell’isola di Ventotene

    14 mars 2022 National Hub Italy

    ECCO UNO STRALCIO DELL’ARTICOLO   PUBBLICATO SULLA RIVISTA  VERDE AMBIENTE  EDIZIONE N° 1 / 2022 LA BLUE ECONOMY NELLA TRANSIZIONE ECOLOGICA : IL CASO DELL’ISOLA DI VENTOTENE Riporto un po’ di testo  stralciato  dall’articolo  eventualmente per essere utilizzato per presentare l’articolo…………. Il Circolo Velico Ventotene  insieme con Mediterranea l Circolo Velico Ventotene, insieme con Mediterranea Viaggi e Cultura […]

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  • WestMED’s Spanish National Hub shares valuable insights at the EU Macro Regional Strategies week

    10 mars 2022 National Hub Spain

    On the 10th of March 2022, the Spanish National Hub of the WestMED Initiative took part as speaker at a workshop organized by DG MARE and DG REGIO within the Macro Regional Strategies week (7 to 11 March 2022). The workshop, entitled as “S3 interregional cooperation on sustainable blue economy: Cross fertilisation among MacroRegional Strategies […]

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  • Study recommends excluding and moving offshore wind farms away from the protected areas in the Mediterranean

    23 février 2022 Communication team

    Source: Date: 23 February 2022 A scientific team on marine sciences and geography of the University of Barcelona, the University of Girona (UdG), the Centre for Advanced Studies of Blanes (CEAB-CSIC) and the Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM-CSIC) recommends excluding and moving offshore wind farms from the protected areas in the Mediterranean due to […]

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  • EC Transition pathway for tourism published

    Communication team

    Source: website Date: February 4, 2022 Following the 2021 Updated Industrial Strategy and given the many challenges faced by the tourism industry and the major impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the tourism ecosystem was the first industrial ecosystem to work on a transition pathway. The extensive stakeholders co-creation process began in June 2021 with a targeted consultation […]

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  • Combating marine litter in the Mediterranean through an integrated and strategic management approach : launch of the Plastic Busters CAP project

    27 janvier 2022 Communication team

    Source: UfM secretariat Date: 27 January 2022 Marine litter, the vast majority of which is made of plastics, is globally acknowledged as a major environmental and societal challenge of our time. The Mediterranean is one of the most affected seas by marine litter with more than 130 marine species are affected by debris originating primarily from […]

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