On the occasion of World Wetlands Day (WWD) 2017, the High Commission for Water and Forests and the Fight against Desertification (HCEFLCD) of Morocco organized, on 7 February in Tangier, […]
At a meeting held in Marseille, France, on 23-24 June 2016, the Dialogue 5+5 (Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia + France, Italy, Malta, Portugal and Spain) adopted the draft […]
At the invitation of his Corsican partners: Environment Office of Corsica (OEC), the Regional Directorate of Environment, Planning and Housing (DREAL) and the Center for Architecture, Urbanism and Environment Bastia […]
Abstract Since 2005, Morocco has designated 28 Important Bird Areas (IBA) and Ramsar wetlands for waterbirds, yet little is known about how waterbird communities are changing over time and space, […]
The MedWet civil society network: the Maghreb Wetlands Sentinel The project The MedWet Civil Society Network project took place in three Mediterranean countries: Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia. It began […]
The LIFE3 TCY/INT/031 Maghreb wetlands project was a large EC funded project under the DG Environment. It aimed to reinforce the participating countries’ capacity building on a national level, in order for them to be able to implement policies for the conservation and wise use of their wetlands, while taking into consideration the ecological functions of specific sites and promoting a trans-regional cooperation about the use of specific tools and methodologies. The results of the project were positive and some of the outputs are still in place like in the Reghaia Lake in Algeria educational centre built during the project.