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For nature. For people.

You don’t need us to tell you how precious the Mediterranean is.
Turquoise seas. Emerald forests. Crystal waters. The jewels of the Mediterranean have dazzled since the dawn of civilization. And its natural riches continue to sustain and delight millions of people today.
At WWF Mediterranean, we treasure the Med as much as you do. That’s why we’re working across the region to protect the landscapes and seascapes we all love, and to make sure nature and people can thrive together – now and always.

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The Mediterranean is as beautiful as it is fragile. Today it is under threat. Learn more about what WWF is doing to change this.

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Turtles in warming waters

Mediterranean biodiversity threatened by climate change

Mediterranean biodiversity is vulnerable to rising temperatures as a result of climate change.

14 Mar 2018 Read more »
Cabo de Roca, Portugal

ANP and WWF join forces for nature in Portugal

Associação Natureza Portugal (ANP) launched today to continue the work of WWF in Portugal

26 Jan 2018 Read more »
Loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) trapped in a drifting abandoned net, Mediterranean Sea.

Winning ideas: innovative projects to reduce marine pollution

The winners of the first contest in Italy dedicated to reducing the impact of waste and pollution on the sea were announced this week in Rome.

13 Dec 2017 Read more »
24 % of European bumblebees are threatened by extinction

Save our bees – European Commission launches EU pollinators initiative

WWF welcomes the decision of the European Commission to launch an initiative to tackle the rapid decline of pollinators in Europe – in fact, as an ...

05 Dec 2017 Read more »
Northern bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) in tuna ranching company's (Ecolo Fish) cages, being fattened for the sushi market, Mediterranean Sea, Spain.

Unacceptable rise in catch quota for bluefin tuna! WWF protests

WWF is deeply disappointed with ICCAT’s decision to drastically increase catch quotas for bluefin tuna.

21 Nov 2017 Read more »
Theme of the WWF pavilion at COP23

COP23 puts a strong focus on ambition, even as countries defer immediate action

As the UN climate talks end, WWF recognizes the progress made on laying the groundwork for increasing climate ambition up to 2020 and beyond, but ...

17 Nov 2017 Read more »

Anne Rémy

Director of Communications and Corporate Relations
WWF Mediterranean, Rome
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