Life begins in wetlands.

Life begins in wetlands.

+3.8° by 2100

The Mediterranean is warming up faster than the rest of the world.

250
million

Mediterranean people face a rise in the frequency of catastrophic natural events.

36%

of Mediterranean wetland species are threatened with extinction.

While thriving coastal wetlands can offer resilient Nature-Based Solutions to the climate crisis, they are shrinking at an alarming rate. We have lost 48% of our wetlands since 1970. 

Don’t let them be wiped off your map. Help us turn the tide for Mediterranean wetlands by sharing our stories and following us on social media.

One Flew Over a Flamingo’s Nest

One Flew Over a Flamingo’s Nest

Collared Pratincole - Glareola pratincolaRead the article in FR | AROne flew over a flamingo’s nest As Europe plots the elements of the EU Green Deal, its specifics due out in 100 days, March 2020, and the Climate COP ends in Madrid, Off Your Map reminds our leaders...

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One Flew Over a Flamingo’s Nest

One Flew Over a Flamingo’s Nest

Collared Pratincole - Glareola pratincolaRead the article in FR | AROne flew over a flamingo’s nest As Europe plots the elements of the EU Green Deal, its specifics due out in 100 days, March 2020, and the Climate COP ends in Madrid, Off Your Map reminds our leaders...

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Stormy Weather

Stormy Weather

In coming decades the climate crisis will cause a rise in the frequency of catastrophic natural events. For the nearly 180 million people living in the Mediterranean coastal area, from Barcelona to Cairo, this means surviving an increasing number of extreme storms and flooding, and counter-intuitively longer-lasting droughts and less overall rainfall.

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Stormy Weather

In coming decades the climate crisis will cause a rise in the frequency of catastrophic natural events. For the nearly 180 million people living in the Mediterranean coastal area, from Barcelona to Cairo, this means surviving an increasing number of extreme storms and flooding, and counter-intuitively longer-lasting droughts and less overall rainfall.

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Off Your Map is a collaboration between the following partners, coordinated by MedWet and funded by the MAVA Foundation.

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