Conference by Maria Gavari Barbas, director of the Interdisciplinary Research Team on Tourism (EIREST), Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, and introduced by Laura Huici Sancho, associate professor in Public International Law and International Re...
The Mediterranean is one of the main climate change hotspots in the world. Accelerated climate change effects have caused direct and already visible environmental challenges that, based on projections, are expected to worsen in the upcoming decades.
Med Dialogues+2030: Towards a new development path: a sustainable blue economy for a prosperous Mediterranean
Blue economies can play as the engine for the protection and restoration of the Mediterranean marine and coastal ecosystems, as well as on the fight against climate change.
Understanding the role of cities as drivers of sustainability is critical to develop synergies between all levels of governance, the civil society and the citizenry, towards the implementation of the 2030 Agenda.
The European Union has developed an Integrated Maritime Policy (EUIMP) which seeks to increase cooperation and coordination between different policy areas, and foster cross-cutting policies such as blue growth
Med Dialogues +2030. Climate and Environmental Change in the Mediterranean: Grasping the Scope of the Challenge
This event will mark the opening of the Med Dialogues 2030 Cycle called "The Road to a Sustainable and Climate Resilient Mediterranean", and organized by the IEMed, Club of Rome and Fundación "la Caixa".