Together

to protect our ocean

Together

to protect our ocean

OUR MISSION

We want to accelerate a process of change that is already in progress and make sure that the ecological transition is fast enough to meet the ultimate goal of arresting biodiversity loss and keep our Mediterranean Sea clean, healthy and productive.

 

MEDSEA's first seven-year report 2017 - 2022 is ready! 12 projects and 5 campaigns, a scientific and multidisciplinary team, for a common mission: accelerate the ongoing transformation process to halt the loss of biodiversity in the Mediterranean.

Join the Blue Community

Join other creative entrepreneurs who like you wish to write a new story, made of concrete actions for the sustainable development of Sardinia and the rest of the Mediterranean.

BECAUSE WE COUNT!

with your support every day we take a step forward to achieve the results we dream of

Number of species protected with concrete conservation solutions

Hectares of habitats of high ecological value Restored

Kg of plastics collected and removed

Volunteers on the ground involved in Clean Up events

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BECAUSE WE COUNT!

with your support every day we take a step forward to achieve the results we dream of

Number of species protected with concrete conservation solutions

0

Hectares of habitats of high ecological value Restored

0

Kg of plastics collected and removed

0

Volunteers on the ground involved in Clean Up events

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OUR MISSION

We want to accelerate a process of change that is already in progress and make sure that the ecological transition is fast enough to meet the ultimate goal of arresting biodiversity loss and keep our Mediterranean Sea clean, healthy and productive.

 

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Plastic Free Med

PlasticFreeMed is the MEDSEA campaign to reduce plastic pollution in the Mediterranean Sea
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A sea forest to save the planet

Restoring large-scale degraded marine ecosystems and ensure the recovery of Posidonia Oceanica by planting Posidonia seedlings into meadow areas.
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Plastic Free Med

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A sea forest to save the planet

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Our Campaigns

Our focus areas

Plastic Pollution
Sustainable blu economy
Ocean Literacy
Environmental education
Climate action

THANKS TO OUR DONORS

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GREEN CORNER

by Enrico Deplano

Techno-humanist with a PhD in Architecture and a master's degree in Communication and new media, he works through the multi- and interdisciplinarity of knowledge. He writes about communication, technology, society and geopolitics. In his column at MEDSEA he will help us decipher today's climate and environmental issues.

NEWS

Sails Towards the Future: The UniCa Sailing Team and the Challenge of Eco-Sustainable Boats in Sardinia

08-02-2024

In Sardinia, circular and low-impact solutions for water sports and sailing are being studied. The University of Cagliari, together with the UniCa Sailing Team, is working on the construction of an...

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The first General Assembly kicked off in Lecce: for a more resilient MPAs network

01-02-2024

The first General Assembly of the "Blue 4 All" project took place in Lecce from January 23 to 26, 2024. The event, hosted by the CMCC Climate - Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate...

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It's Time to Celebrate Wetlands: join World Wetlands Day Sardegna 2024

22-01-2024

In Sardinia, February is the month of wetlands! We celebrate World Wetlands Day on the occasion of February 2nd, which marks the 53rd anniversary of the establishment of the RAMSAR Convention for...

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TransformAR Reaches Halfway: The Progress in the San Giovanni Lagoon

16-01-2024

TransformAR, at the pilot site of Marceddì-San Giovanni (Terralba) in Sardinia, one of the six demonstration sites of the project, is gaining momentum. The project, which develops transformative adaptation solutions to climate change...

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MEDSEA reforestation phase in Sennariolo for the "Hope for Sennariolo" campaign has officially begun

16-01-2024

As announced last summer, the MEDSEA reforestation phase in Sennariolo, Sardinia, for the "Hope for Sennariolo" campaign has officially begun. The small village of Montiferru in Sardinia, in July 2021, following a major fire...

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We're gearing up for the month of ponds in Sardinia with #WWDSardegna: registrations open until January 21th!

21-12-2023

At MEDSEA, we're gearing up as we do every year for the month dedicated to ponds and lagoons: February. World Wetlands Day, or the Global Day of Wetlands, is celebrated annually...

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Proactive Fire Prevention: A Year-Round Priority in Sardinia Highlighted at the Forestas Workshop

09-12-2023

The wildfire alarm season in Sardinia has passed, but the time for prevention is year round. At the beginning of December, the MEDSEA Foundation participated in the workshop "Combating Fires and...

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TransformAr reaches halfway point: partnership meeting in Egaleo, updates on the demo site in Sardinia

30-11-2023

Fifth Partnership Meeting in Egaleo (Greece) at the beginning of November for TransformAR.  Aiming to develop and demonstrate transformative adaptation solutions to climate change, rapidly and effectively across the EU, the project has reached the halfway point of its cycle, entering a crucial phase of implementation and evaluation.

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Revitalizing Montiferru: Art Meets Environment with Trasformazioni Possibili

24-11-2023

The environmental and landscape requalification campaign in Sennariolo, Montiferru, continues to receive significant momentum from the world of Fine Arts. Architects, artists, and professors, Sabrina Morreale and Lorenzo Perri (Lemonot), along with Roberto...

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The agricultural producers of Oristanese Copagri support the socio-economic recovery of Montiferru

27-10-2023

Copagri, the Confederation representing 800 agricultural producers from the Sardinian Western Coast (Oristanese) decided to support the "Hope for Sennariolo" campaign for an environmental and socio-economic rebirth of Montiferru that...

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What you need to know about Posidonia oceanica: Q&A with MEDSEA

25-10-2023

This summer, there was a lot of talk about Posidonia oceanica in Sardinia and how it could be endangered by human activities such as illegal fishing and boating. For some...

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REST-COAST and the Evaluation of Governance of Pilot Sites: A Comparison with the Maristanis Case Study

23-10-2023

The Horizon 2020 program, named REST-COAST, is dedicated to the large-scale restoration of coastal ecosystems through the connectivity of rivers to the sea. With over 40 international partners, including MEDSEA, the project...

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