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MAPMED Final Conference


13-14 October 2015

El Kantaoui, Tunisia



The final conference of MAPMED project "MAnagement of Port areas in the MEDiterranean Sea Basin" will take place on 13 & 14 October 2015 in Hasdrubal Thalassa & Spa Port El Kantaoui Hotel and will focus on the main results of the project and validate the methodology developed in the Countries of the Mediterranean Sea Basin.

MAPMED Project is financed by European Union in the framework of the ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme. In the four years of the project (2011-2015), the University of Cagliari (Italy), the University of Florence (Italy), Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (Greece), the Regional Agency of the Sardinian River Basin District (Italy), the Institute for Graduate Studies and Research of the University of Alexandria (Egypt) and The Faculty of Sciences of Tunis (Tunisia) participated to MAPMED project with the aim of improving the environmental sustainability of tourist coastal areas in the Countries of the Mediterranean Sea Basin through the optimization, validation and transfer of tools to guide institutional authorities in the sustainable management of tourist ports with regard to monitoring and reduction of marine pollution.


The programme of the Conference is available to download.

To register and for further information, please contact us (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).















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