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EU Programme
MED Programme
Funding Period:
Thursday, September 1, 2016 to Saturday, August 31, 2019
Aim:

Protecting and promoting Mediterranean natural and cultural resources

Programme specific objective: To enhance sustainable development policies for more efficient valorisation of natural resources and cultural heritage in coastal and adjacent maritime areas of a sustainable and responsible coastal and maritime tourism in the MED Area.

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Publication

Event

7th International symposium 'Monitoring of Mediterranean coastal areas: problems and measurement techniques'

 

Livorno, Fondazione Livorno Euro Mediterranea - piazza del Pamiglione 1-2 Livorno (Italy)

The Institute of Biometeorology - National Research Council of Italy (Ibimet-Cnr) is organizing, in collaboration with other Cnr Institutes and University Departments, the seventh International Symposium: 'Monitoring of Mediterranean coastal Areas: problems and measurement techniques'.

Towards a circular economy and sustainable tourism on islands

 

The Mediterranean region is the world's leading tourist destination. In the summer season, due to the annual tourist wave, mediterranean islands host a far greater population. This is beneficial for the local economies, but it also puts a huge burden on the local infrastructures, especially for waste management systems.

News

NECSTouR Presents the Needs and the Potential of European Regions in the Field of Coastal and Maritime Tourism at the NAT Commission Meeting

May 25, 2018

 

NECSTouR has been invited to present its experience on Coastal and Maritime (C&M) Tourism on the occasion of a specific roundtable, on the occasion of the External Commission Meeting of the European Committee of the Regions Commission of Natural Resources (NAT) organised in Pylos on the 24th of May.

News

Search the Med Tool is launched!

May 07, 2018

 

The tool launched by the Med Sustainable Tourism Community

The MED Sustainable Tourism Community is glad to announce that the 'Search the Med' tool has been officially launched.

The "Search the Med" tool embodies a fully customizable search engine providing access to a wide range of documents related to tourism sustainability issues with particular focus on Mediterranean. It could be considered as a multi-source repository of sources regarding the sustainability of tourism and with particular emphasis on the Mediterranean region.

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MITOMED+ gathered in Malaga the main European Experts on Indicators to discuss on Sustainable Tourism Policies for Mediterranean Destinations

Apr 06, 2018

 

A two-days workshop entitled “Building Sustainable Coastal and Maritime Tourism Policies for Mediterranean Destinations” has been organised in Malaga on the 5 and 6 April 2018

Debate on Indicators. It has been a unique occasion to debate on the use of Indicators to measure Sustainable Tourism Policies in the Mediterranean with some of the main European experts in that field.

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Internal Notes

Key European Sustainable Tourism Event in Malaga 5-6 April 2018

While some of NECSTouR Members will present their experience in managing sustainable tourism indicators in our respective destinations and while all Members will have their say in this participative workshop full of good speakers, valuable examples and relevant content for the purpose of measuring sustainable tourism, we are pleased to share the final programme of the Key European Sustainable Touri

Indicators Work Programme 2018

Dear NECSTouR Indicators Working group,

We are pleased to share the work programme we propose for this year, as a result of our discussion we had during the last working group meeting held at the end of 2017.

This ambitious programme is only feasible thanks to your participation. Therefore we encourage you to participate in our joint actions and are at your disposal to listen to your suggestions and contributions.

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