NEWS

Four ideas for the future of the sea: th…

06-07-2020

The Covid-19 emergency did not prevent over 450 pupils from 23 Sardinian middle school classes from participating to the "Attitudide Ocean Award", a prize born from the collaboration between the...

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The Conti Vecchi Salinas in Cagliari, hi…

01-07-2020

It is said that the engineer Luigi Conti Vecchi asked if Sardinia was touched by the mistral. A curious doubt to be thought in front of the large square that...

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Local and global water wars: interview w…

08-06-2020

The global geography of water is changing. We live on a planet that is home to 7.5 billion people. They will likely become 9.5 billion by 2050. Luckily, many people...

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Strolling through the streets of Cagliar…

12-05-2020

“We opened in early April. The distribution was expected to last only for the lockdown period. Then May arrived, and now we are thinking about June. Then, who knows”, says...

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The Mediterranean sea, a paradise lost s…

05-05-2020

Un paradiso perduto, diviso nell’incidenza dei rischi fra nord e sud. È quanto emerge dall’ultimo rapporto del MedECC (il network che riunisce gli esperti mediterranei sui cambiamenti climatici e ambientali)...

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"The Big Blue", a sustainable …

28-04-2020

“Earth sciences system have gone wasted. We knew everything and we did nothing”. The climatologist Luca Mercalli opens with a provocation his interview. He is the first to intervene in...

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The Mediterranean: a Soul of Salt

23-04-2020

Funded by the ENI CBC Med Programme, the project MedArtSal combines the forces of four Mediterranean countries (Italy, Spain, Tunisia and Lebanon) to define a sustainable management model for the...

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Epidemics, siege and nature in ancient G…

21-04-2020

In the Greek world, the epidemic is deeply linked to the idea of siege. The archetypal image is offered by the plague narrated by Thucydides (The Peloponnesian War II 49-57)...

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Wet markets and pandemic, when nature ta…

16-04-2020

"Clearly the men were so imbued with themselves that they could not imagine that anyone could have had enough of them, to see them, to smell them, and to go...

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Air pollution and coronavirus, a perfect…

14-04-2020

“We provide evidence that people living in an area with high levels of pollutant are more prone to develop chronic respiratory conditions and suitable to any infective agent. Moreover, a...

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Economy and environment are not enemies:…

06-04-2020

"One of the most important market failures is the environmental damage resulting from the impact that man has on shared property and free access resources. In order to increase the...

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A virus at the time of the Green New Dea…

01-04-2020

Structural inequality, substantial economic stagnation and environmental crisis have been given an additional tragic dimension by the pandemic emergency triggered by Covid-19. The eternal bubble of the markets has burst...

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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.

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