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Oxygen concentrations in European coastal and marine waters

Widespread oxygen depletion, partly due to natural conditions (stratification), occurs in the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea. No significant trends in concentrations were observed for the majority of stations in all regions during the period 1990-2017.

Adaptation of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T)

The trans-European Transport network (TEN-T) is a EU policy based on Title XVI, Articles 170 – 172, of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. TEN-T allows the internal market to function, link European regions with each other and connect Europe with other parts of the world

Strategies and measures for the mitigation of fire risk in the Mediterranean area

The project addresses the challenge of enhancing the forecasting, prevention and suppression capabilities of fires in the cooperation area, to protect and enhance the environmental, cultural and tourist resources of the Maritime space. The general objective of MED-Star is to contribute to the improvement of the capacity of the public institutions involved to jointly prevent and manage the growing risk of fire deriving from climate change, in areas with a high anthropogenic presence and of significant naturalistic interest, also through appropriate adaptation actions

Management of forest ecosystems to reduce the risk of forest fires

MED-Foreste deals with the prevention of forest fires, through experiments and construction of works aimed at the active management of the forest. The risk of fires in the Mediterranean area is undoubtedly linked to the climate changes underway, but in the case of forests the risk is greatly aggravated by the general abandonment of agricultural and forestry-pastoral activities, especially in mountainous and marginal areas

Mediterranean cooperation for the defense of forests from fires

The objective of MED COOPFIRE is to develop a more effective strategy to manage fire risks and extinguishment and a resilient response system that includes civil society. The approach is to gather the knowledge and skills of each partner and create a common action/reaction system

Mental health and the environment: How European policies can better reflect environmental degradation’s impact on people’s mental health and well-being

Mental health is an essential component of human well-being, however mental disorders such as depression and anxiety affect more than one in six EU citizens representing a significant personal and societal burden. In addition, poor mental health is estimated to cost Europe over €600 billion/year or over 4% of GDP of which a third goes to direct health care spending

Climate Anxiety

Climate anxiety is an aspect of the wider phenomenon of eco-anxiety: it encompasses challenging emotions, experienced to a significant degree, due to environmental issues and the threats they pose. On a wider scale, both eco-anxiety and climate anxiety are components of a phenomenon, in which the state of the world (i

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