In evidenza

Great participation in WWD 2019 in the heart of Maristanis

7,705 hectares of wetlands of international importance recognised and listed in the Ramsar Convention, representing 60% of the entire heritage of Sardinia: a territory that embraces the area of the Gulf of Oristano and the Sinis Peninsula, along the 200 km of coastline that extend from Capo Mannu to the lagoon area of Marceddì, and that has been mobilized with enthusiasm for the WorldWetlandsDay. 
The calendar of events, promoted by the MEDSEA Foundation with the collaboration of municipalities, organizations, associations, attracted many visitors, who participated in seminars, guided tours, birdwatching activities, excursions.


Wetlands allied to man in the fight agai…


On February 2, 2019 in Terralba, at the Museum of the Sea of Marceddì, from 15 to 17.30, the seminar entitled "The allied wetlands of man in the fight against...

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Wetlands, biodversity and climate change…


The appointment is also renewed in Sardinia with the World Wetlands Day, scheduled, Saturday, February 2, 2019. At the center of the calendar of events, promoted by the MEDSEA Foundation...

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Clean up: together to clean everyone's h…


Every day is the right day to re-propose #PlasticFreeMed, the MEDSEA Foundation's campaign to clean the seabed and beaches of anthropogenic waste.

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28 April 2018 - Costa Smeralda Prize


The Costa Smeralda Prize, now in its second edition, offers all the variations on the theme of the sea: an appointment that is renewed and proposes the collaboration between the...

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Arborea celebrated an intense page of hi…


Arborea has really many things to celebrate in this special 2018. A hundred years ago, on the 23th September of 1918,  Reclamation Sardinian Society (Società Bonifiche Sarde, SBS) has been founded with an...

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The video of Maristanis project presente…


The video of Maristanis project has been presented at Dubai. It's a mean world the one that doesn't care of its environmental richness.

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Intervista ad Alessio Satta, presidente …


Intervista ad Alessio Satta, presidente della Fondazione MEDSEA, a Dubai in occasione di Ramsar COP13 sulle zone umide.

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World Animal Day


The 4th October was initiated for the first time in 1925 by Heinrich Zimmermann. It took five years for it to develop until 4 October 1931, when Animal Day became a...

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World Tourism Day


Today is World Tourism Day. In 2017, 1,323 million arrivals were registered and about US $1,332 billion generated. The touristic sector employs about 10% of jobs worldwide.

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Program of Coast day


Local COAST DAY culture and landscape around the coastal wetlands of the Gulf of Oristano and the Sinis Peninsula from 29-30 September 2018 and throughout October

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European Heritage Days 2018


The European Council and the European Commission celebrate the “Year of Cultural Heritage 2018” on 22-23 September.

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International Coastal Clean-Up Day / 15t…


Yearly 8 million tons of plastic waste finished into the oceans. Our society use too much plastic and plastic packages and often these waste end in the oceans.

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Conserving and sustainably using Mediterranean coastal and marine resources.


The Mediterranean Sea is home to some of the world's most remarkable environmental resources, unique cultural heritage and exceptional biodiversity. But it is also fragile and very sensitive to human impacts and climate change. Its development is concentrated on its coastal areas, subject to multiple pressures. The fragility of the Mediterranean call for a mobilization of all the actors. The anticipated magnitude of climate change and the political, social and economic difficulties make a new vision for conservation and sustainability of our Sea necessary.

This is why MEDSEA has built a network of passion-driven people who are committed to build on new models, partnerships and strategies on the paths of transition and concrete actions to be implemented for a desirable future of the Mediterranean Basin.

Our focus is on the following 5 key areas

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