The European Topic Centre on Spatial Analysis and Synthesis (ETC-UMA) is an international research centre within the University of Malaga supporting since 2011 the development of knowledge to feed evidence-based policy. The team has a wide expertise in a range of environmental and socio-economic domains. Its major areas of expertise include land management, ecosystem services, coastal and marine studies, environmental conservation, territorial development, resource efficiency, and soil mapping.
The European Topic Centre on Spatial Analysis and Synthesis (ETC-UMA) is an international research centre within the University of Malaga supporting since 2011 the development of knowledge to feed evidence-based policy. The team has a wide expertise in a range of environmental and socio-economic domains. Its major areas of expertise include land management, ecosystem services, coastal and marine studies, environmental conservation, territorial development, resource efficiency, and soil mapping.
The European Topic Centre on Spatial Analysis and Synthesis (ETC-UMA) is an international research centre within the University of Malaga supporting since 2011 the development of knowledge to feed evidence-based policy. The team has a wide expertise in a range of environmental and socio-economic domains. Its major areas of expertise include land management, ecosystem services, coastal and marine studies, environmental conservation, territorial development, resource efficiency, and soil mapping.
The European Topic Centre on Spatial Analysis and Synthesis (ETC-UMA) is an international research centre within the University of Malaga supporting since 2011 the development of knowledge to feed evidence-based policy. The team has a wide expertise in a range of environmental and socio-economic domains. Its major areas of expertise include land management, ecosystem services, coastal and marine studies, environmental conservation, territorial development, resource efficiency, and soil mapping.
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ETC-UMA celebrates its 10th anniversary on the World Environmental Education Day

ETC-UMA celebrates its 10th anniversary on the World Environmental Education Day

To mark 10 years working together for a better environment, you can now explore our new website with news on our latest work ...
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A Mediterranean snapshot on what we have and how to protect it

A Mediterranean snapshot on what we have and how to protect it

The report on the State of the Environment and Development in the Mediterranean (SoED) published in November 2020 warns that the Mediterranean basin is facing escalating environmental and developmental challenges: warming 20% faster than other regions, with 78% of fishing stocks subject ...
The EU Commission acknowledges the need to redress wetlands

The EU Commission acknowledges the need to redress wetlands

Reuniting international experts and EU policy representatives, the webinar led by the ETC-UMA and the UN Environment Regional Activity Centre Plan Bleu organized on 22 October in the frame of the EU Green Week has raised the flag on the ...
Redefining wetlands for better protection

Redefining wetlands for better protection

Aware of the challenges that climate change and human activities are imposing on Mediterranean wetlands, the ETC-UMA, lead partner in the Interreg Mediterranean Biodiversity Protection Community, is co-organizing on 22 October 2020 in the framework of the EU Green Week, ...
COVID-19 – An opportunity for nature and people to reunite in business

COVID-19 – An opportunity for nature and people to reunite in business

Authoritative science [1] agrees that global and regional targets for conserving biodiversity cannot be met by current trajectories; the goals for 2030 and beyond will only be achieved through transformative changes towards sustainability affecting our economic, social, political, and technological ...
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ETC-UMA celebrates its 10th anniversary on the World Environmental Education Day

ETC-UMA celebrates its 10th anniversary on the World Environmental Education Day

To mark 10 years working together for a better environment, you can now explore our new website with news on our latest work ...
Read More
A Mediterranean snapshot on what we have and how to protect it

A Mediterranean snapshot on what we have and how to protect it

The report on the State of the Environment and Development in the Mediterranean (SoED) published in November 2020 warns that the Mediterranean basin is facing escalating environmental and developmental challenges: warming 20% faster than other regions, with 78% of fishing stocks subject ...
The EU Commission acknowledges the need to redress wetlands

The EU Commission acknowledges the need to redress wetlands

Reuniting international experts and EU policy representatives, the webinar led by the ETC-UMA and the UN Environment Regional Activity Centre Plan Bleu organized on 22 October in the frame of the EU Green Week has raised the flag on the ...
Redefining wetlands for better protection

Redefining wetlands for better protection

Aware of the challenges that climate change and human activities are imposing on Mediterranean wetlands, the ETC-UMA, lead partner in the Interreg Mediterranean Biodiversity Protection Community, is co-organizing on 22 October 2020 in the framework of the EU Green Week, ...
COVID-19 – An opportunity for nature and people to reunite in business

COVID-19 – An opportunity for nature and people to reunite in business

Authoritative science [1] agrees that global and regional targets for conserving biodiversity cannot be met by current trajectories; the goals for 2030 and beyond will only be achieved through transformative changes towards sustainability affecting our economic, social, political, and technological ...
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