Effective Management of Marine Protected Areas
The SEA-Med Project in Croatia aims at implementing the management plans of Lastovo Islands and Telascica Nature Parks, developing a sustainable tourism plan to advance sustainable tourism practices, promote nature-based tourism initiatives, and identify MPA financing mechanisms as well as promote sustainable fisheries.
The SEA-Med Project in Albania supports the emergence of an empowered Albanian conservation community which can contribute to and benefit from the participatory planning and management of economic activities in the Vlora region. It also supports the development of a sustainable tourism management plan for the Karaburun-Sazan National Marine Park and surrounding area, the advancement of more sustainable practices within the tourism sector in the Vlora region and the intensification of the associated local nature-based tourism offer.
Recognise the value of our nature
Fish Forward: choosing sustainable seafood products
WWF works to increase the knowledge and awareness of consumers, the corporate sector and governments regarding the way in which sustainable seafood products can make a difference. In this respect global poverty reduction and environmental improvement are at the heart of the Fish Forward project, co-financed by the European Union. Activities will be carried out in 11 European countries over the next three years.