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New projects approved by the Interreg MED Programme

The Interreg MED Programme Steering Committee approved forty-nine Modular projects and eight Horizontal projects during its meeting on 27th September in Marseille. Thirty-two “corrected projects” have been selected for the second step of assessment for final selection. The full list can be found here.   MedPAN is a partner or an associate...
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Marine Natural Park of Cap Corse and Agriate - Birth of the 8th French marine natural park

The decree establishing the marine natural park of Cap Corse and Agriate was signed on 15 July by Ségolène Royal, French Minister for the Environment, Energy and the Sea. This park, in which all local stakeholders will be represented, is a new opportunity for the “island of Beauty”, which is already pioneering and exemplary in terms of protection of its terrestrial and marine natural areas....
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WWF is looking for a Marketing and Communications Manager

The Marketing and Communications Manager will lead Mediterranean Marine Initiative communications in the Mediterranean and globally, developing and coordinating a communications and marketing strategy to support the Initiative and its offices. Application deadline: 31 October 2016 http://wwf.panda.org/who_we_are/jobs/
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Discovering the hidden path of Tyre, Lebanon

The Tyre peninsula is located along the eastern coast of the Mediterranean, 90km south of Beirut. The city of Tyre was built on an island in the third millennium BC. The island is connected to the mainland under Alexander the Great, changing its appearance by gradually transforming it into a peninsula. The city of Tyre is today well known for its many remains from Greek, Roman and...
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Eco-sailing in Port-Cros national Park: professionals on board the "Blue Boat" operation

Objectives Port-Cros national Park (PNPC) and the French Nautical Industries Federation (FIN) are involved since 2014 in the promotion of the sustainable development of water activities on the territory of the national park. Operation "Blue Boat" (Bateau Bleu) that stems from this engagement is based on the voluntary commitment of local yachting professionals in an eco-responsible...
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