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The Mediterranean Action Plan and the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership

The Mediterranean Action Plan and the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership

Identifying Goals and Capacities – Improving Co-operation and Synergies

Conrads, Axel; Eduard Interwies und R. Andreas Kraemer 2002: The Mediterranean Action Plan and the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership: Identifying Goals and Capacities - Improving Co-operation and Synergies. Ecologic Institute, Berlin.


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Conrads, Axel; Eduard Interwies und R. Andreas Kraemer 2002: The Mediterranean Action Plan and the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership: Identifying Goals and Capacities - Improving Co-operation and Synergies. Ecologic Institute, Berlin.

Sprache
Englisch
Finanzierung
Jahr
2002
Umfang
74 S.
Projektnummer
1905
Inhaltsverzeichnis

1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2 BACKGROUND
2.1 A HISTORY OF ENVISIONING CO-OPERATION
2.2 STRUCTURE AND BASIS OF THE REPORT
3 THE MEDITERRANEAN ACTION PLAN (MAP)
3.1 GOALS
3.1.1 The "New" Agenda: The Mediterranean Action Plan II
3.1.2 The Regime of the Barcelona Convention
3.1.2.1 Dumping Protocol
3.1.2.2 Emergency Protocol and new Prevention and Emergency Protocol
3.1.2.3 Land-Based Sources (LBS) Protocol
3.1.2.4 Specially Protected Areas (SPA) and Biodiversity Protocol
3.1.2.5 Offshore Protocol
3.1.2.6 Hazardous Wastes Protocol
3.2 INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE
3.2.1 Central Bodies
3.2.2 Funding
3.2.3 Advisory Bodies
3.2.3.1 National Focal Points (NFPs)
3.2.3.2 Mediterranean Commission on Sustainable Development (MCSD)
3.2.3.3 Comments on MAP Advisory Bodies
3.2.4 MAP Co-ordinating Unit (MEDU)
3.2.5 The Centres
3.2.5.1 Programme for the Assessment and Control of Pollution in the Mediterranean Region (MEDPOL)
3.2.5.2 Blue Plan Regional Activity Centre (BP/RAC)
3.2.5.3 Priority Actions Programme (PAP/RAC)
3.2.5.4 Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean (REMPEC)
3.2.5.5 Specially Protected Areas Regional Activities Centre (SPA/RAC)
3.2.5.6 Regional Activity Centre for Cleaner Production (CP/RAC)
3.2.5.7 Environment Remote Sensing Regional Activity Centre (ERS/RAC)
3.2.5.8 Secretariat for the Protection of Coastal Historic Sites (100 HS)
3.3 ASSESSMENT
3.3.1 Programmatic Focus
3.3.2 The Mediterranean Commission on Sustainable Development
3.3.3 National Focal Points
3.3.4 Centres
4 THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN PARTNERSHIP
4.1 GOALS
4.1.1 The Barcelona Declaration
4.1.2 The Short and Medium-Term Priority Environmental Action Programme (SMAP)
4.2 EURO-MED INSTITUTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
4.2.1 Priorities at the Regional Level
4.2.1.1 Priorities within the Economic and Financial Partnership
4.2.1.2 Current Euro-Med Policy Regarding Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development
4.2.2 Association Agreements
4.2.3 SMAP Correspondents and SMAP Correspondents Network
4.2.4 Financial Instruments
4.2.4.1 MEDA Regulation, Programming and Project Selection
4.2.4.2 The European Investment Bank
4.2.4.3 Results and Analysis
4.3 KEY ISSUES REQUIRING ACTION
4.3.1 Programmatic Outset and Activities at the Regional Level
4.3.2 The National Levels
4.3.3 SMAP Correspondents
4.3.4 MEDA
5 SECTORAL SYNERGIES – OPTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT
5.1 TRADE AND ENVIRONMENT: TOWARDS AN AREA OF SUSTAINABLE FREE TRADE
5.2 INFORMATION (REPORTS, INDICATORS AND STATISTICS)
5.3 SUSTAINABLE COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT (INCLUDING LAND-BASED SOURCES, TOURISM AND THE PRESERVING OF MEDITERRANEAN BIODIVERSITY)
5.4 WATER MANAGEMENT
5.5 POLLUTION FROM MARINE ACTIVITIES
5.6 OUTLOOK: TRANSPORT AND ENERGY
6 CROSS-SECTORAL SYNERGIES – OPTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT
6.1 POLICY PLANNING AT CENTRAL POLITICAL LEVEL
6.2 CAPACITY BUILDING AT CENTRAL LEVELS
7 CONCLUSION
8 BIBLIOGRAPHY
8.1 UN AND MAP DOCUMENTS
8.2 EU AND EURO-MED DOCUMENTS
8.3 LITERATURE