Protecting the Mediterranean Environment
Protecting the Med
- unsustainable development,
- severe water shortages,
- forest fires,
- marine pollution
....and the list goes on.
The region is also expected to be greatly impacted by climate change.
Through numerous projects, WWF is working with a host of partners to conserve and sustainably manage the Mediterranean's forest, freshwater and marine environments.
Establishing protected areas on land and at sea, and promoting sustainable tourism are among the priorities.
Latest News & Publications
Governments, small-scale fishers, scientists and NGOs join forces for the future of fish and fisheries in the Mediterranean
St Julian’s, Malta – Over 160 participants from Albania, Algeria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, ...
Key agreement in South-Eastern Europe puts natural capital at the heart of economic development
Eight countries endorse the protection of the Adria region
Saving the bluefin tuna
WWF supports the sustainable management of fish stocks and wants to see a healthy Mediterranean bluefin fishery in years to come. For that to happen, a fishing ban is needed now for the species to recover and save it from the brink of total collapse.
Where is the Mediterranean region?
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