As part of the LabexMed Ateliers de la Méditerranée cycle, we have the pleasure to announce an international workshop on Climate Change in the Mediterranean in collaboration with SPA/RAC, Plan Bleu, MedPAN and MedECC. The worshop will be held in Marseille – France, the 25th and 26th of September 2019, in the Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée – MUCEM, Fort Saint-Jean.

This international and interdisciplinary workshop aims to give anglophone and francophone researchers the opportunity to engage in interdisciplinary reflections and to pose methodological questions on the unifying theme of climate change in the Mediterranean Sea, while pursuing the objective to propose research orientations and joint lines of action for the future between scientists, managers and decision-makers.

This workshop will last 2 days and consists of 3 sessions :

1. Climate Change Monitoring Indicators (SPA/RAC & Blue Plan)

2. Role of MPAs in climate change adaptation (MedPAN & MedECC)

3. Mediterranean fisheries in a context of climate change (LabexMed)

Presentations (in English and French) will be organized in panels and followed by a discussion.


At the end of the workshop, a plenary conference will review the topics touched upon during the various sessions.



September 25th and 26th 2019


Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée – MUCEM, Fort Saint-Jean Promenade Louis Brauquier, 13002 Marseille


Workshop languages are English and French



Inscriptions deadline September 20th 2019

Admission is free but requires registration, please contact, specifying on which dates you wish to attend.
The organizing committee and the LabexMed team are pleased to welcome you in Marseille, where the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Conservation Congress will be held in 2020. We count on your presence and hope to have the pleasure of showing you the importance and the leadership role of this city for the environmental challenges facing the Mediterranean basin and the whole of humanity.

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