Proposal of parameters to be monitored to reach good environmental status on coastal zone

This report is focused on an analysis for the identification of parameters to be monitored to measure the progress towards Good Environmental Status on coastal zone, especially dealing with the terrestrial part as the marine part is covered by the EcAp approach and IMAP Decision of the Contracting Parties to Barcelona Convention.
The selection of the indicators was driven in a Science-Policy Interface (SPI) perspective, thanks to a scientific review, a validation with a community of experts before and during a dedicated workshop in order ensure their relevance (RACER) for the endorsement by decision makers with regards to the implementation of IMAP in the Mediterranean.

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CLIMAGINE Workshop II Report – Boka Kotorska Bay Coastal Management Plan, GEF MedProgramme, Child Project 2.1.

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Final report: Large Mediterranean Marine Ecosystem – Prioritization of transboundary problems, analysis of impacts and causes

The current study on the long-term global regulations of the Mediterranean Large Marine Ecosystem (LME) is a component of the update of the Transboundary Diagnostic

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Gender-sensitive Climate Risk Assessment of the Tangier-Tétouan-Al Hoceima Region Morocco

The Mediterranean area is particularly affected by adverse consequences of climate variability and change, coupled with existing socio-economic processes associated with growing bio-geographical vulnerability and

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