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BLUE4ALL will develop science-based tools for achieving Marine Protected Areas that meet conservation and restoration objectives, while addressing the needs and concerns of all stakeholders

We will work with stakeholders from 25 Living Labs and Information Sites in the Mediterranean Sea, Baltic Sea and North East Atlantic regions to develop tools for preserving and restoring the marine environment in a socially sustainable and acceptable way.

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LAST HIGHLIGHT

Our report from our session at the UN Ocean Decade's satellite event MPA forum is out! 🤩

As part of the UN Ocean Decade Conference, held in Barcelona from April 8-9th, 2024, we organised the session "Become an MPA manager for a day!" - A roleplaying game that put the audience into the shoes of an MPA manager and the challenges they commonly face. 

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Blue4All Featured in Dove Magazine

The Blue4All has been prominently featured in the latest edition of Dove, Italy's premier travel magazine. This issue includes a comprehensive article dedicated to the Marine Protected Area (MPA) of Capo Carbonara in Villasimius, which emphasizes its environmental and ecological significance.

Authored by Susanna Lavazza with photography by Ettore Cavalli, the article recognizes Blue4All as one of the most innovative initiatives. It highlights the project's efforts to align the interests of institutions, the community, and operators, with the goal of achieving optimal integration between tourism and marine ecosystem preservation.

This recognition in Dove magazine underscores the impactful work undertaken by Blue4All in promoting sustainable tourism and environmental conservation. Being featured in such a prestigious publication affirms the project's commitment to protecting and enhancing marine environments.

 

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Publications

Blue Horizons issue #3

BLUE4ALL has united MSP4BIO project to put together Blue Horizons, a newsletter focusing on Marine Protected Areas, Marine Spatial Planning & Ocean Conservation news. 

Check out our third issue!