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 issues new report on the impacts of litter on Mediterranean marine species

ETC-UMA issues new report on the impacts of litter on Mediterranean marine species

On the occasion of the workshop organized by IUCN and Région Sud in collaboration with its CPMR partner, the ETC-UMA Director, Dania Abdul Malak is presenting today 1 April 2022 a highlight on the wide range of actions required to ...
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The ETC-UMA strenghtens its collaboration in biodiversity conservation in Madagascar

The ETC-UMA strenghtens its collaboration in biodiversity conservation in Madagascar

In the framework of the current scientific and education cooperation agreement between the University of Malaga and Madagascar National Parks, researchers from both institutions have joined contributors from the University of Antananarive and the Wildlife Conservation Society to produce a ...
The ETC-UMA leads a global study on the ecological effectiveness of protected areas

The ETC-UMA leads a global study on the ecological effectiveness of protected areas

Researchers from the ETC-UMA and the Spanish Research Council (CSIC) have led a study on the effectiveness of existing protected areas at conserving the diversity of genes, species and ecosystems on land and at sea. The publication synthetises the main ...
Mediterranean wetlands – their current state and ways to improve their conservation

Mediterranean wetlands – their current state and ways to improve their conservation

The recent report entitled “Mapping and assessment of the state of wetland ecosystems: a Mediterranean perspective” led by ETC-UMA, in the frame of the Mediterranean Biodiversity Protection Community initiative co-funded by the EU Interreg Mediterranean programme, is the result of ...
El nuevo Instituto Universitario Hábitat, Territorio y Digitalización de Málaga (iHTD) abre sus puertas al Liceo Francés Internacional

El nuevo Instituto Universitario Hábitat, Territorio y Digitalización de Málaga (iHTD) abre sus puertas al Liceo Francés Internacional

Hoy martes 28 de junio de 9:30 a 13:00 hrs un equipo del recién creado iHTD formado por el  European Topic Centre on Spatial Analysis and Synthesis (ETC-UMA), el Laboratorio de Geomorfología y Suelos, y el grupo de investigación Hábitat, ...
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ETC-UMA issues new report on the impacts of litter on Mediterranean marine species

ETC-UMA issues new report on the impacts of litter on Mediterranean marine species

On the occasion of the workshop organized by IUCN and Région Sud in collaboration with its CPMR partner, the ETC-UMA Director, Dania Abdul Malak is presenting today 1 April 2022 a highlight on the wide range of actions required to ...
Read More
The ETC-UMA strenghtens its collaboration in biodiversity conservation in Madagascar

The ETC-UMA strenghtens its collaboration in biodiversity conservation in Madagascar

In the framework of the current scientific and education cooperation agreement between the University of Malaga and Madagascar National Parks, researchers from both institutions have joined contributors from the University of Antananarive and the Wildlife Conservation Society to produce a ...
The ETC-UMA leads a global study on the ecological effectiveness of protected areas

The ETC-UMA leads a global study on the ecological effectiveness of protected areas

Researchers from the ETC-UMA and the Spanish Research Council (CSIC) have led a study on the effectiveness of existing protected areas at conserving the diversity of genes, species and ecosystems on land and at sea. The publication synthetises the main ...
Mediterranean wetlands – their current state and ways to improve their conservation

Mediterranean wetlands – their current state and ways to improve their conservation

The recent report entitled “Mapping and assessment of the state of wetland ecosystems: a Mediterranean perspective” led by ETC-UMA, in the frame of the Mediterranean Biodiversity Protection Community initiative co-funded by the EU Interreg Mediterranean programme, is the result of ...
El nuevo Instituto Universitario Hábitat, Territorio y Digitalización de Málaga (iHTD) abre sus puertas al Liceo Francés Internacional

El nuevo Instituto Universitario Hábitat, Territorio y Digitalización de Málaga (iHTD) abre sus puertas al Liceo Francés Internacional

Hoy martes 28 de junio de 9:30 a 13:00 hrs un equipo del recién creado iHTD formado por el  European Topic Centre on Spatial Analysis and Synthesis (ETC-UMA), el Laboratorio de Geomorfología y Suelos, y el grupo de investigación Hábitat, ...
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