Frequently asked questions
What is the Med Biodiversity Community?
The Med Biodiversity community brings together researchers, managers, public authorities and environmental institutions in 11 thematic projects under the umbrella of 1 horizonal initiative for the Mediterranean called PANACeA. All these projects are supported by the Interreg Med Programme and are co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
Which projects are part of the Community?
Which organizations and institutions are involved?
Where is the Med Biodiversity Community working?
Which topics are addressed?
Where is the Med Biodiversity Community present?
More than 185 organizations are involved in Med projects related to biodiversity protection in the Mediterranean at various scales. Through our map viewer you will be able to locate the institutions involved, from public authorities, to research institutions and protected areas.
How does this Biodiversity Protection platform work?
This Med Biodiversity Protection Knowledge platform is a tool for you to access key information and data raising from a community of projects, combined with key relevant external sources where appropriate. It contains a spatial data viewer where you will be able to visualize who is active in the community and where they have been working on. The map viewer will allow you to combine spatial data from projects with external sources such as the map of protected areas or the most important ecological regions in the Mediterranean.
To accompany the viewer, there is a Library of resources containing main documents and multimedia material searchable by keywords.
How can I see my data?
Biodiversity Protection project information has been grouped according to projects. In this link you can see some of the datasets already available.
- Access to the list of projects and single maps with spatial distribution of partners
- Access to the catalogue of external and internal resources.