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As part of our mission, we provide regular updates on the latest scientific publications concerning climate and environmental change, along with scientific news from the Mediterranean region. Through our scientific watch initiative, we aim to keep you informed about the…...

MedECC News, PRESS RELEASE

DOWNLOAD (ENG) DOWNLOAD (FRA) MedECC Press Release | Marseille, 25 September 2023 — Extreme floods kill several thousands in Libya, indicating the lack of action on climate change mitigation and adaptation The chain of events The storm Daniel hit Greece…...

MedECC News

The MedECC is pleased to announce the call for experts to become a reviewer of the MedECC Special Report Environmental change, conflict and human migration. The external review is planned to start in October 2023 for a six-week period. Background…...

MedECC News, Summary For All

Un résumé pour tous du Premier rapport d'évaluation sur la Méditerranée est disponible !Ce document propose un résumé en langage courant les conclusions clés du premier rapport d'évaluation sur la Méditerranée publié en 2020 par le MedECC. Il synthétise en…...

MedECC News

The MedECC is pleased to announce the call for experts become a reviewer of the MedECC Special Report on climate, water-energy-food-ecosystems (WEFE) nexus. The external review is planned to start mid-July 2023 and it will last until September 2023. Background…...

Scientific article

A large area of southwestern Europe and northern Africa experienced extremely high temperatures usually at the end of April 2023. The record-shattering temperatures broke temperature records by a large margin, against the backdrop of an intense drought. Scientists from Morocco,…...