A comprehensive presentation on the process of identifying and designating new sites under the Natura 2000 network was given by Christopher Cousin from ERA at the fourth LIFE BaĦAR for N2K stakeholder meeting in November 2017.
The LIFE BaĦAR for N2K conference presentations can be found on the following links:
Presentations on Day 1: Science as a basis for designation – Introduction to Natura 2000, LIFE BaĦAR for N2K Project and Results
Presentations on Day 2: Marine Protected Areas in the Mediterranean – What are the issues and how to manage?
Presentations on Day 3: Monitoring Marine Protected Areas
Dr. Julian Evans from the Department of Biology (University of Malta) explained the findings on the three habitat types considered under this project – marine caves, reefs and sandbanks, at the third stakeholder seminar of the LIFE BaĦAR for N2K project.
During the second presentation of the third stakeholder seminar, Christopher Cousin focused on the next step of determining the areas which might be considered for future conservation under the Natura 2000 network.
Presentation by Dr Leyla Knittweis-Mifsud (University of Malta – Department of Biology) at the second LIFE BaĦAR for N2K stakeholder seminar, 30 November 2015
Presentation by Prof. Patrick J. Schembri (University of Malta – Department of Biology) at the IUCN Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation/AFAMP meeting on Mediterranean Deep-Sea Ecosystems, 9-10 September 2015, Marseilles, France
Presentation by Monica Raccagni, Marie Louise Pace and Roberta Mifsud (Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture) at the first LIFE BaĦAR for N2K stakeholder seminar, 8 May 2014
Presentation by Raffaella Zammit (MEPA) at the project launch. This was held at the Grand Hotel Excelsior on 28th April 2014