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Letter to the President Solinas: like Apulia let's say stop to the plastic

"Let's say stop to the plastic on the beach." In an open letter, the MEDSEA Foundation asks President of Sardinia Region, Christian Solinas, to ban plastics from the beach areas. The waste that pollutes the sea and the beaches is mainly plastic and disposable: bags, bottles, bottles, balloons. Microplastics, particles of less than 5 mm produced by the fragmentation of objects, are considered one of the six global emergencies of the environment.

Protect the Sardinian coasts and seas from the aggressions of plastic. It is not a mantra of environmentalists: the Environment Committee of the European Parliament has also expressed itself with a directive that indicates 2021 as the date from which the sale and dissemination of non-compostable materials will be prohibited in areas near the sea.

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Environment and historical heritage: the…

16-04-2019

There are places that, due to an unavoidable disposition of the spirit, are destined to represent better and more than others the identity, the vocation, the feeling of the people...

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Marceddì and San Giovanni: treasures of …

16-04-2019

With the support of the MEDSEA team of experts, who provided technical assistance in drafting the project required for the request of funding, the municipality of Terralba obtained from the...

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Adopt a beach": the commitment of t…

01-04-2019

"Last year - remembers Beatrice Luzzi, artistic director of the Costa Smeralda Award dedicated to the sea - 450 kilos of waste were collected". A figure that speaks of commitment...

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The water resource in sardinia: availabi…

22-03-2019

The 2019’s World Water Day focuses on the issue of the accessibility of water resources. “Water for all” is the slogan. United Nations have adopted this slogan for several initiatives:...

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World Water Day

22-03-2019

"Leaving no one behind" is therefore the theme of World Water Day 2019: a key point of Agenda 2030 for sustainable development and Objective 6, which aims to ensure universal...

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Letter to the President Solinas: like Ap…

20-03-2019

"Let's say stop to the plastic on the beach." In an open letter, the MEDSEA Foundation asks President of Sardinia Region, Christian Solinas, to ban plastics from the beach areas...

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MEDSEA with students for the #schoolstri…

16-03-2019

“I am here for the demonstration of the earth and the sea”, stutters with accidental clarity Francesco, four years old, his small hands holding a sheet where colourful letters state:...

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World Wildlife Day 2019

03-03-2019

On 3 March, six years ago, the UN Assembly signed the Convention on international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora (CITES) and established World Wildlife Day, the...

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Marine biodiversity: a threatened herita…

02-03-2019

Marine biodiversity is decreasing. That’s a fact. The loss of this great value represent one of the greatest environmental problems of our day. Every year, processes such as loss of...

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Wetlands allied to man in the fight agai…

02-02-2019

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…

01-02-2019

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…

17-01-2019

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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OUR MISSION


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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