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Plan Bleu (www.planbleu.org) is one the Regional Activity Centres of the Mediterranean Action Plan
(MAP) of United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). Plan Bleu produces
studies and scenarios for the future in order to raise awareness of
Mediterranean stakeholders and decision-makers regarding environment and
sustainable development issues in the region. Supporting transition towards
green and blue economies in the Mediterranean region is a key issue for our organization.
Plan Bleu, acting as a Mediterranean Observatory on Environment and Sustainable
Development, has developed an experience in collecting, managing and
disseminating data on Sustainable development issues in the Mediterranean
Region. Plan Bleu leads also the MED 2050 project, an ambitious foresight
exercise designed as an original science-policy interface, aiming at mobilizing
decision makers and stakeholders from the North and South of the Mediterranean,
going beyond geographical and institutional borders. Its goal: confront several
possible visions of the Mediterranean future by 2050 (with an intermediate step
at 2030) and co-construct solid and grounded transition paths towards common
goals. 

Geographical working areas
  • Mediterranean (widespread)
Type of player
  • Clusters
Areas of expertise
  • Aquaculture
  • Biodiversity and ecosystems
  • Climate change
  • Environment
  • Fisheries/Marine resources
  • General maritime and Mediterranean information
  • Maritime stakeholders / clusters
  • Renewable energy
  • Spatial planning/areas management
  • Tourism
  • Transport/shipping
  • Pollution / marine litter
  • Ports and harbours
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