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CEPF Med Newsletter: Summer 2015 

Making a difference in the Mediterranean
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CEPF Mediterranean Hotspot

This Summer newsletter is all about you – the people who are working hard to conserve biodiversity in the Mediterranean with the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund. Read below to hear about the frustration, effort and tears that go into conservation projects; CEPF grantees discovering a new species; and how important sites are being protected through international cooperation.

But first, take a look at our first Together for Biodiversity video - showing some of your faces and words!

Call for Proposals:

Do you have a potential project in a coastal zone in North Africa? You can apply for a CEPF Small Grant.

A new call for small grant projects is available for coastal zones in North Africa! 

Stories:

Drama in Dalmatian Pelican conservation

For conservationists working to protect the remaining breeding colonies of Dalmatian Pelican on Lake Skadar in the Balkans, the fear of breeding failure is an intensely nerve-racking experience. Albania & Montenegro

Developing ecotourism to conserve biodiversity in Tunisia

Working with local community groups and overcoming challenges to conserve Key Biodiversity Areas since 2013. Tunisia

Nature paradise in Montenegro now safe from developers

The dedication and perseverance of grantees, and their work with international decision makers has led to the designation of Ulcinj Salina as a protected area. Montenegro  

Conservation investment and support in the Mediterranean reaches important mid-term milestone with CEPF

Thank you to everyone who has participated in the mid-term assessment of the CEPF Mediterranean Basin programme over the last few months. Look at further details and the resulting reports here.

Grantee Spotlight:

 

 

New snail species discovered by CEPF Grantee in Macedonia

 

 

Echoes from the Drin: 3 beautiful short videos of harmony in a river basin in the Balkans

 


TV crews flock to Kuriat Islands, ‪Tunisia. in Arabic



Plant micro-reserves inaugurated in Lebanon. in French 

 


Patoku Lagoon: an immersion in a biodiversity treasure in Albania 

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Congratulations to Mohamed El Golli, CEPF international Photo Contest winner for 2015! 
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