On the occasion of World Wetlands Day 2019, the Spanish Ministry of Ecological Transition (MITECO) has published the report “Collection and identification of ecological restoration actions in Spanish wetlands“. The report […]
Dans le cadre d’un projet européen LIFE-Nature « Conservation et restauration de zones humides d’Andalousie », des actions démonstratives de conservation et de restauration ont été mise en place dans trois sites […]
The project took place in 16 wetland sites in Spain and Portugal and ended in 2004. It aimed to improve the management and monitoring plans of the selected sites and provide them with the MedWet inventory methodology for wetland monitoring. The methodology included the use of a GIS system which accounted for legal, socio-economic and cultural aspects. At the same time, an attempt was made to increase country wide and regional cooperation and promote public awareness.
This project was based in Spain and largely managed by SEHUMED, the Spanish wetland centre that is part of the MedWet Scientific and Technical Team. The project focused on the methodological design, implementation and dissemination of specific technical tools for managing tourism-related and other recreational activities in wetlands.
This project which was based in Spain and ended in 2002 was largely managed by SEHUMED, the Spanish wetland centre that is part of the MedWet Scientific and Technical Team. It involved a publication providing methodological recommendation on sampling water, biota and sediments in Ramsar wetlands.
This project which was based in Spain and involved reviewing and adapting the Spanish strategic plan for the conservation and wise use of wetlands to the new Ramsar Strategic Plan.