This infographic represents the climate and non-climate drivers of environmental changes in the Mediterranean basin. The state of knowledge illustrated in this infographic is based
The main objective of the MedECC is to update and consolidate the best scientific knowledge about climate and environmental change in the Mediterranean Basin and render it accessible to policymakers, key stakeholders and citizens. This is achieved mainly through the publication of the assessments reports and their summaries for policymakers, the infographics and the videos, that you may discover here below.
FIRST MEDITERRANEAN ASSESSMENT REPORT
The First Mediterranean Assessment Report (MAR1) prepared by the independent network of Mediterranean Experts on Climate and environmental Change (MedECC) was published in November 2020.
The report assesses the best available scientific knowledge...
This infographic is based on the Chapter 4 “Ecosystems” of the First Mediterranean Assessment Report that was published in 2020. It illustrates the impacts of
This infographic represents the wide range of impacts on human health in Mediterranean countries. The state of knowledge illustrated is based on the Chapter 5.2
This infographic is based on the Subchapter 3.3 “Energy transition in the Mediterranean” of the First Mediterranean Assessment Report published in November 2020. It illustrates
This infographic is based on the Chapters 3.1 “Resources, Water” and Chapter 3.2 “Resources, Food” of the First Mediterranean Assessment Report (MAR1) published in November
This MedECC infographic presents the main results of the First Mediterranean Assessment Report (MAR1) published in November 2020. It presents a general overview on drivers
La Méditerranée en première ligne face au changement climatique. Pour mieux comprendre les facteurs et conséquences du réchauffement climatique dans le bassin méditerranéen, évaluer les
MedECC Side Event on climate change and security in the Mediterranean region The MedECC actively participated at the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2022 COP
UNFCC COP 27 | MedECC Side Event “Assessments of scientific knowledge on climate and environmental change”
MedECC side-event on scientific regional assessments and science-policy dialogue The MedECC actively participated at the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2022 COP 27 (6-18 Nov,
The 2020 North South Prize Award Ceremony took place on 9 December 2021 in Lisbon (Portugal). The Prize was conferred by the Portuguese President Marcelo
The 22nd Meeting of the Contracting Parties (COP 22) to the Barcelona Convention and its Protocols was held in December 2021 in Antalya, Turkey. This
In the framework of the 2020 North-South Prize Award Ceremony, the Council of Europe produced a video to promote the MedECC network. This video features
Is the Mediterranean Basin really a hotspot of environmental change? Published on The Conversation on 2 July 2021. Authors: Joël Guiot, directeur de recherche émérite CNRS sur
Le bassin méditerranéen, point chaud des changements environnementaux Publié le 2 Juillet 2021 sur The Conversation France, cet article a été rédigé par Joël Guiot, directeur
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
Projected changes of key meteorological variables (for example, precipitation and temperature) are not, in terms of magnitude, expected to be consistent throughout the Mediterranean region.
The first report on the environment and climate change produced by the MedECC network was released in November 2020. It is sounding the alarm! This
MedECC booklet: risks associated to climate and environmental changes in the Mediterranean region (ENG, FRA, ARA)
A preliminary assessment of risk associated to climate and environmental changes in the Mediterranean region by the MedECC network in collaboration with decision-makers Recent accelerated