The IUCN Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation is devoted to promote sustainable livelihoods and biodiversity conservation through cooperation and shared values and culture.
Researchers, practitioners and policymakers from the Mediterranean region and the European Union are meeting to discuss the benefits and challenges of implementing Nature Based Solutions (NbS).
25 organizations from the Mediterranean region gather in Málaga (Spain) using Collective Impact approach to leverage ecotourism as a tool for sustainable development and conservation.
On November 27th, IUCN-Med and IUCN Europe Brussels, together with the European Parliament Intergroup on Climate change, will organize an event to provide a forum for discussing with EU Member States and stakeholders on the role of these coastal and...
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