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Priority issues in the Mediterranean environment
European Environment Agency (2006). Priority issues in the Mediterranean environment. EEA Report, 4. Office for Official Publications of the European Communities: Luxembourg. ISBN 92–9167–812-0. 88 pp.
Part of: EEA Report. European Environment Agency (EEA): Luxembourg. ISSN 1725-9177, more

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    The environment around the Mediterranean Sea region will not improve until there is the political will to enforce current and future environment legislation, says a new report, launched today. 'Priority issues in the Mediterranean Environment', a joint report by the European Environment Agency (EEA) and the UNEP Mediterranean Action Plan (MAP), was launched at a meeting of the Contracting Parties of the Barcelona Convention, taking place in Portoroz, Slovenia. The report, which scans existing and emerging pollution issues, draws a picture at the regional level but also provides an environmental profile for each of the Mediterranean countries.

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