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PostHeaderIcon REPCET inauguration

REPCET system is a software dedicated to navigation and developped in order to reduce the risk of ship strikes between large whales and ships.

The system, invented by Commander Frédéric Capoulade (French shipowner) and developed within the Pelagos Sanctuary, should be extended in the ACCOBAMS area and everywhere where collisions between ships and cetaceans are a major problem. The computer system of REPCET is developed by the company Chrisar Software Technologies, labeled by Pole Mer PACA and coordinated by the association Souffleurs d'Ecume.

REPCET inauguration will be held on the 21st of July at 7.00 pm in the CROSSMED office in La Garde (Var - French department).

More information on http://www.repcet.com (english and other versions are coming soon).

Last Updated (Wednesday, 26 January 2011 12:24)

 

PostHeaderIcon Egypt ratification

ACCOBAMS is pleased to inform you that Egypt has ratified the ACCOBAMS and deposited its instruments of ratification at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the 19th of April, 2010.

By doing this, Egypt will be a Contracting Party to the Agreement as of the 1st of July 2010. This also means that the number of Contracting Parties will be now 23.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 26 January 2011 12:25)

 

PostHeaderIcon Black Sea Conservation Plan in Ukrainian & Russian

bscp_picThe Ukrainian and Russian versions of the Black Sea Conservation Plan are online in the "official documents". Download it!

Last Updated (Wednesday, 26 January 2011 12:25)

 

PostHeaderIcon Joint Workshop IWC-ACCOBAMS on collisions

ship_strike_fernando_felixredcThe joint workshop IWC-ACCOBAMS on reducing collisions between vessels and marine cetaceans will take place in Beaulieu from the 21th to the 24th of September, 2010.

 

Last Updated (Wednesday, 26 January 2011 12:25)

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PostHeaderIcon Waves of Life from Bicref

Waves of Life is a newly produced environmental documentary of one hour focusing on Mediterranean biodiversity, the 2010 target and gives particular weight to cetaceans and their conservation needs. Waves of Life was produced in English and Maltese by the NGO, BICREF (The Biological Conservation Research Foundation) in Malta.

 

Last Updated (Wednesday, 26 January 2011 12:25)

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PostHeaderIcon Congratulations are in order...

Giuseppe Notarbartolo di SciaraThe ACCOBAMS Permanent Secretariat is pleased to announce that
 
M. Giuseppe Notarbartolo di Sciara
Chairman of the ACCOBAMS Scientific Committee
&
M. Chedly Rais
ACCOBAMS Consultant
 
have been awarded by S.A.S. Prince Albert II the rank of Knights of the Order of Saint Charles on November 17th 2009 in Monaco. The Order of Saint-Charles (French: Ordre de Saint-Charles) is an order established in Monaco on the 15th of March, 1858. This order rewards service to the State or Prince.Chedly Rais
 
Congratulations!
 

 

 

Last Updated (Wednesday, 26 January 2011 12:25)

 

PostHeaderIcon Regional Workshop and ACCOBAMS implementation

During their last Meeting (December 2008), the Members of the Bureau agreed upon the proposal of the Secretariat to organize a series of Regional Workshops gathering groups of Countries Parties to ACCOBAMS in order to assess, and facilitate if needed, the implementation of the Agreement.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 26 January 2011 10:15)

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PostHeaderIcon First Biennial Conference on Cetacean Conservation in South Mediterranean Countries

The first Biennial Conference took place in Tabarka, Tunisia, from the 12th to the 14th October 2009. The organisation of this Conference came from a need expressed by several scientist of the region which the ACCOBAMS Secretariat strove to fill with the support of its Partners.The first edition of the Conference was organised in collaboration with the Regional Activity Centre for Specially Protected Areas (MAP/UNEP).
A total of 51 participants from 9 different Countries took part to the Conference to assess the knowledge acquired on cetaceans in the South and East of the Mediterranean, identify potential gaps and stimulate the development of conservation actions in order to promote the implementation of the ACCOBAMS Agreement. This Conference allowed cetacean specialists, active in the South of the Mediterranean, to exchange their experience and data and to discuss the best approaches and priority actions for a better knowledge on cetacean populations in this region where data still remain sporadic and scarce.
The Conference was organised over 4 sessions of oral presentations, one session of Poster presentations, one round table and one workshop on photo-identification techniques for cetacean studies conducted by Alnitak, an ACCOBAMS Partner since 2007.
The Proceedings of the Conference will consist of two documents:
  • The Book of Abstracts
  • The Proceedings of the Conference which will include the oral communication papers, the poster presentation papers and
  • the conclusions and recommendations issued from the sessions and from the round table.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 26 January 2011 10:16)

 

PostHeaderIcon ACCOBAMS 10th Anniversary

2006/04/27
The Agreement on the Conservation of Cetaceans of the Black Sea, Mediterranean Sea and the contiguous Atlantic area was signed on 24th november 1996, in the Principality of Monaco so this year it celebrates its 10th Anniversary.
On this occasion, many happenings and events will be held throughout the year, also thanks to the precious financial support of the Gouvernment of Monaco.

 

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PostHeaderIcon ACCOBAMS Game

2006/06/16
Within the next couple of months, some 10.000 children throughout the Agreement Area will be playing with the ACCOBAMS Game!

 

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PostHeaderIcon "Dolphin Days" in Greece

2006/07/31
"Dolphin Days": an initiative undertaken by the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society (WDCS) and OceanCare in partnership with ACCOBAMS.

 

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