AGIR Assocation for Integrated Ressources is a Moroccans NGO dedicated to the litoral and costal Management, also working in the Management of MPAs and Marines resources, with more than 3000 fishermen in the Mediterranean see more details at our web site
AKTI Project and Research Centre is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation based in Nicosia, Cyprus. It was established in 2000 by a group of experts in environmental issues and has succeeded today to create an extensive network of collaborators and volunteers for raising environmental awareness and promoting sustainable development.
Asociación Ambiente Europeo (AAE) coordinates in Spain the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup project on marine debris. In partnership with volunteer organizations and individuals around Spain, AAE engages people to remove trash from beaches, seabed and waterways, obtain information, identify the sources of debris and change the behaviours that cause marine debris in the first place. AAE educates and empowers people to take action oh behave of the ocean.
Since 1983, the primary objective of ARCHELON, the Sea Turtle Protection Society of Greece has been to protect the sea turtles and their habitats in Greece through monitoring and research, developing and implementing management plans, habitat restoration, raising public awareness and rehabilitating sick and injured turtles.
ARCHELON works closely with state agencies, the local authorities, institutions, other NGOs, fishermen and local inhabitants in order to mitigate and reverse population reduction of sea turtles. Certain projects are co-funded by the European Commission. Priority is given to the elaboration and implementation of integrated management plans in the major loggerhead nesting areas in Greece (Zakynthos, Bays of Kyparissia and Lakonikos, and Crete).
Marina Nos Interesa is a non for profit organization that seeks to unite and coordinate efforts at the local, national and international levels using a three-pronged approach which leverages legal instruments, awareness-raising activities, and stakeholder participation to protect the natural values of the Regional Park Puntas de Calnegre-Cabo Cope in the Region of Murcia, Spain, and create sustainable alternatives for the local population.
ATAMC is a non for profit organization that seeks to offer a meeting point for its members wishing to enjoy sustainable outdoor activities and learn about the natural and cultural values of the Puntas de Calnegre - Cabo Cope Regional Park and surrounding areas.
Underlines the importance of a change in the exploitation of marine resources if we want to ensure their accessibility for future generations. "Blue Food: Green Future?" is promoted by a team of associations that have these themes close to their hearts. The project is organized, in addition to the Civic Aquarium, by: ISM Istituto per gli Studi sul Mare (Institute for Marine Studies), Verdeacqua Onlus, WWF, Slow Food Milano and Slow Food Lombardia, Greenpeace Milano, and AIRG Associazione Italiana Ristoratori Giapponesi (Italian Association of Japanese Restaurateurs). The idea of making the Civic Aquarium a place to speak about food resources linked to the sea was born from the collaboration among Verdeacqua, WWF, Slow Food and Greenpeace. The strong collaborations and relationships made over the years and the similarities of the contents debated, led the organizers to propose to the Aquarium a project aimed at underlining the ongoing changes in our seas.
EcoOcean is an Israeli non-profit organization established in 2002 by a group of scientists and environmentalists. Our mission is to promote the protection of the marine and coastal environments in our region, to enhance public awareness, and influence policy makers for the protection of these environments. Our approach to success involves five methods: research, education, conservation, International cooperation and the implementation of FEE programs in Israel. In addition, we operate the R/V Mediterranean Explorer-unique in its kind to provide adequate research opportunities in our region.
The “Ekolevizja” Group (Eco-Movement in Albanian) is an alliance of 39 NGOs active in environmental protection and sustainable development. The Group was created in 2004 out of a necessity to strengthen our common voice and create synergies that would allow civil society to take concrete actions and exert pressure on decision-makers to prevent environmental degradation and ensure the sustainable development of Albania.