Together for the Med: the platform is online!

ACCOBAMS is part of the network Together for the Med which gathers 46 partners financially supported by the MAVA Foundation , all mobilized around a single objective: to reduce the impact of fishing on marine ecosystems in the Mediterranean sea.

Since 2017, Together for the Med Partners are leading a network of 15 projects in hotspots of the Mediterranean Sea. Thanks to the MAVA Foundation, this network is working on a wide array of projects, from interactions between fishers and cetaceans to local entrepreneurship and sustainable fisheries certification, projects which aim to reduce the impacts and pressures on marine biodiversity. An active member of this partnership, ACCOBAMS is leading the Depredation project and is a main partner of the MedBycatch project

Have a look on the dedicated platform  to discover all the partners and to learn about their project on 

ASI Results for the Mediterranean and Black Sea are out


The ACCOBAMS Survey Initiative (ASI) led in 2018 and 2019 to the first marine megafauna monitoring campaigns ever carried out at the scale of the Mediterranean Sea and of the Black Sea.  After two years of intensive in-depth analysis of collected data, the reports of the results are now available for dissemination, for the best and widest possible use at the service of the conservation of the marine environment.

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5th Conference on Cetacean Conservation in South Mediterranean Countries (CSMC5)

The 5th Conference on the Conservation of Cetaceans in the South Mediterranean Countries (CSMC5), hosted by the National Centre for Marine Sciences of Lebanon (CNRS-L), was held online from 13 to 15 April 2021. This Conference was organised by the ACCOBAMS Secretariat, in collaboration with the Regional Activity Centre for Specially Protected Areas (UNEP/MAP-SPA/RAC) and was financially supported by the Principality of Monaco.


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