The Mediterranean coast is exposed to severe threats from climate change: it’s one of the biggest crises humanity has ever faced. Sea level rise, warming waters and changing storm patterns […]
The Pelecanus crispus, best known as Dalmatian Pelican, is one of the most exposed specie in Lake Skadar, between Albania and Montenegro. To help the monitoring of this great bird, […]
EuroNatur Foundation and RiverWatch – Society for the Protection of Rivers – in collaboration with EcoAlbania, Macedonian Ecological Society, Eco-Sense, Front 21/42, CSBNP and Neza Posnjak have released the report […]
The DASHI project (Dinaric Arc Sustainable Hydropower Initiative) was launched in 2011 by WWF Mediterranean Programme Office (MedPO) in order to reduce adverse impacts of hydropower development in the Western […]
The UNDP/FFEM MedWet Coast project aimed at conserving the biodiversity of global and regional importance in 6 countries/ authority in the Mediterranean basin: Albania, Egypt, Lebanon, morocco, Palestinian Authority and Tunisia. Technically supported by the Station Biologique de la Tour du Valat, the Conservatoire du Littoral and the Atelier Technique des Espaces Naturels, it was financed by the national contributions of these countries as well as the Global Environment Facility (GEF) through the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the French Global Environment Facility (FGEF).
The MedWet2 project was the second big project under the aegis of MedWet and was essentially a continuation of the MedWet1 project in five non EU member states (Albania, Algeria, Croatia, Morocco and Tunisia). The tools and methods created in MedWet1 were used and adapted and included a new component, a first approach to socio-economic aspects of wetlands. The project was almost fully funded by the EU LIFE third countries framework.