Marine heat waves: how do they affect our biodiversity?
This past August, the Balearic sea did not drop below 28 degrees and reached record peaks above 31 degrees.
A veteran ship with a Mediterranean mission
The Toftevaag is also tracking illegal mesh nets, dubbed “walls of death”, in an unrelenting campaign against illegal fishing with drift nets.
Balearic waters 5 degrees warmer than a year ago
The extreme heat in recent weeks has already sparked wildfires and led to thousands of heat-related deaths in Europe, but that warmth hasn't been limited to the land.
From collective failure to collective success
More than 150 countries have committed to conserve or protect at least 30% of the oceans with marine protected areas (MPAs) and other effective conservation measures by 2030.
Investing to protect our seas
The sea gives us everything: fish, recreation, climate regulation, biodiversity, health, education, etc.
The third edition of MARE will focus on the Mediterranean
For the third consecutive year, photography lovers of all ages, both amateur and professional, are invited to portray the beauty of their seas.
Proposals to improve the El Toro and Els Malgrats marine reserves
Investing in more and better MPAs makes ecological and economic sense. So, what are we waiting for?
The power of images: conserving the sea
Through photography and video, MARE can help us understand and get to know the privileged environment we inhabit.
Save The Med
Documenting the spectacular wildlife in a Balearic Marine Protected Area (MPA)
We encourage you to get to know the Natural Parks and Marine Protected Areas nearby our homes.
Studying the majestic devil rays of the Mediterranean Sea
The Spinetail devil ray is classified by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as endangered in the Mediterranean.
A second chance to baby rays & sharks
The waters we swim were once home to an ample number and variety of sharks and rays.