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Plan Bleu is one the Regional Activity Centres of the Mediterranean Action Plan (MAP) of United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), put in place by France since 1977.
His missions are : Observing environment and development to enlighten decision makers / Shaping possible futures for sustainable development / Monitoring the implementation of the Mediterranean Strategy for Sustainable Development / Integrating climate change as a priority / Supporting the transition towards a green and blue economy / Shedding socio-economic light for the appropriate management of Mediterranean resources

Outsmart climate change: work with nature! - 07/01/2019

While climate change is becoming more and more of a concrete reality, impacting people and places throughout the Mediterranean region, a broad range of Nature-based Solutions are available to enhance society’s resilience in this new, dynamic and highly challenging context.

Policy Factsheet - Mediterranean Sustainable tourism - 06/03/2019

June 2019. Written by Cinzia De Marzo, Jérémie Fosse, Julier Wilson, Monica Rivera Escrich. The great wealth of ecological and cultural heritage and the beauty of the marine and coastal destinations on the Mediterranean Sea attract an increasing flow of tourists from all over the world every year. How can we promote sustainable...

State of Mediterranean Forests 2018 - 11/15/2018

November 2018. Written by FAO and Plan Bleu. The State of Mediterranean Forests 2018 analyzes the circum-Mediterranean region, a territory encompassing thirty-one countries and a wide range of political, economic, social and environmental contexts...

Regional workshop: Human impacts on Mediterranean marine ecosystems and the economy - 04/11/2018

Published in April 2018. Written by Hilmi Nathalie, Lafitte Antoine, Allemand Denis, Ferrier-Pages Christine, Reynaud Stéphanie, Tambuté Sylvie, Venn Alexander, Cramer Wolfgang, Guiot Joel, Gazeau Fréderic, Petrucelli Chloé, van Klaveren Céline, Highman Laetitia. This document was drafted following a workshop coorganised by the...