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    cross-border dialogue in the Adriatic.

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The 2016 Mediterranean MPA Forum: a great success

Coming from 35 countries, over 300 key players involved in the marine environment met from 28 November to 1st December 2016 in Tangier, Morocco, to share their experiences, discuss and develop a joint work program to improve, by 2020, the protection of the Mediterranean Sea. The discussions culminated in the Tangier Declaration, the result of a broad participatory process, which aims to be an impetus for Mediterranean MPAs.

The participants released the Tangier Declaration after having reviewed the MPA progress achieved in the last 4 years, discussed the remaining challenges to 2020, considered recent global, regional and sub-regional marine policy developments regarding the ecosystem approach, sustainable development and climate change issues, and considered the recommendations from the different sessions of the Forum. 

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Mljet celebrates 56th birthday of the Park!

On November 11th 1960 northwestern part of the island was declared National Park for its natural and cultural heritage whose most well known attraction are salty lakes. Mljet National Park is extremly rich when it comes to endemic and endagered species, cultural monuments and arheological sites.

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New fire trucks in the Lastovo Park

In Split, today held handover of the fire engines to the public institutions national and natural parks. Our institution Lastovo Islands Nature Park got a new vehicle.
Procurement of vehicles organized by the Ministry of Environment and Nature through Integration Project in Natura 2000-NIP project.

http://pp-lastovo.hr/new-fire-trucks-in-the-park/?lang=en

Croatian MPA Sustainable Tourism Plans Adopted

Within the framework of the SEA-Med project, implemented by Sunce Association and WWF in Croatia, Sustainable Tourism Plans of Lastovo Islands Nature Parks and Telašćica Nature Park together with the contiguous island of Dugi Otok were adopted and promoted in early 2016. Islands are looked upon as sustainable tourism destinations, from the perspective of visitors, local community and nature conservation.

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Karaburun Sazan MPA ready for sustainable tourism activities

The project Sustainable Economic Activities in Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas (SEA-Med) in Albania is in its third year of implementation, on Karabrun-Sazan Marine Protected Area.

The project aims to promote the MPA as a new touristic destination, raise awareness of the wider public, build capacities among the conservation community and establish and encourage nature based tourism activities in Karaburun-Sazan MPA.

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Stop Drilling

Il 20 giugno da Rovigno, in Croazia, assemblea internazionale della coalizione croata SOS Za Jadran (SOS Adriatico), per una mobilitazione comune, a livello internazionale, contro le trivellazioni petrolifere che minacciano l’Adriatico su più fronti.

June 20, Rovinj, Croatia, International Assembly of the coalition SOS Croatian Za Jadran (Adriatic SOS), for a joint mobilization, at international level, against the oil drilling that threaten the Adriatic on several fronts.

Manifesto-Charter: http://www.legambiente.it/sites/default/files/docs/manifesto_no_oil_stopseadrilling.pdf

Rovinj-Croatia June 20th, 2015

Objective sustainable financing : development of 3 new MPA business plans

RAC/SPA just published 3 business plans for the future MPAs of  Porto Palermo in Albania, Réghaia in Algeria and Cap des Trois Fourches in Morocco. These first financial plans aim to identify  financing needs to achieve the MPA objectives, as they are defined in the corresponding management plans for the next 10 years in order to identify potential and feasible financial mechanisms that could be used to cover these needs.

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Mediterranean countries renew their commitment to protecting the Mediterranean Sea

The 19th COP of the Barcelona Convention, held in Athens from 9 to 12 February 2016 resulted in important declarations and decisions for Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas. Several members and network partners were present to contribute to exchanges including Khalil Attia and Souha El Asmi from the RAC / SPA, Antonio Troya and Alain Jeudy from IUCN Mediterranean, Purificació Canals, from the MedPAN network, or Catherine Piante from WWF France who presented during a side- event, the results of the MedTrends project that mapped the impacts of future economic development in the Mediterranean on the marine environment.

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AdriaPAN meets MedPAN

On Thursday 26.11 Carlo Franzosini, as representative of AdriaPAN, met the Board of MedPAN at the headquarters of Sinis MPA, in Sardinia. Following the invitation of MedPAN addressed to the secretariat of AdriaPAN, we discussed about an evolution of our Adriatic network meant at providing a legal status for it.

1)    The demand for a legal status

AdriaN is, currently, a voluntary association. In order to finalize its underlying purpose – which is to "maximize the planning capacity through partnership" - it should evolve towards a form of association with a clear own juridical personality, eligible for EU funding. Our future capacity to participate to the public calls for the Adriatic-Ionian region, focusing environmental conservation, the management and establishment of MPA networks, depends on this fulfillment.

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Strunjan, Slovenia: active collaboration between artisanal fishers and management authority

Strunjan Landscape Park is the managing authority of the largest Marine Protected Area in Slovenia. The Park is in the process of adopting a management plan of the area which is based on a cooperation mechanism with local artisanal fishermen. A project financed in the framework of the 2014 MedPAN Call for Small Project aims at drafting a formal agreement between the Park and local artisanal fishermen.

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IL MONDO DELLE AREE PROTETTE MARINE E COSTIERE ADRIATICO/IONICHE, OSPITATE DALL'AMP TORRE DEL CERRANO PER "TOWARDS 2020"

Il sesto meeting AdriaPAN ha avuto luogo dal 2 al 4 Giugno presso Pineto-Silvi ed è stato organizzato dall'Area Marina Protetta Torre del Cerrano nell'ambito del progetto PANforAMaR (Protected Areas Network for the Adriatic Macro-Region), grazie al supporto finanziario dello IAI – Iniziativa Adriatico-Ionica e al progetto BluData (Regione Abruzzo).

 

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"Adriatico Protetto" - LIBRO

Disponibile il libro "Adriatico Protetto" in formato elettronico e cartaceo!

Ultime notizie

10 ANNI DI ADRIAPAN – PASSATO E FUTURO

La rete delle aree protette marine e costiere adriatiche, AdriaPAN-Adriatic Protected Areas Network, ha celebrato il decennale della fondazione lo scorso Mercoledì 26 settembre a San Benedetto del Tronto, in Municipio presso la sede della Riserva Naturale della Sentina con il workshop “10 anni di AdriaPAN, passato e futuro”. All’evento hanno partecipato i rappresentanti delle aree protette marine e costiere del bacino Adriatico, rappresentanti della Regione Abruzzo e dell'Iniziativa Adriatico Ionica ed esponenti di associazioni locali e nazionali. 

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10 ANNI DI ADRIAPAN 10 YEARS OF ADRIAPAN

10 Anni di Adriapan - Passato e Futuro

10 years of Adriapan Past and Future

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