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Title: Sustainable fisheries in the Mediterranean : fisheries Mediterranean
Authors: Vella, Adriana
Keywords: Fisheries -- Malta
Sustainable fisheries -- Mediterranean Sea
Fishing -- Mediterranean Region
Tourism -- Mediterranean Region
Climatic changes -- Mediterranean Region
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Regional Activity Centre for Cleaner Production
Citation: Vella, A. (2009). Sustainable fisheries in the Mediterranean: fisheries Mediterranean.
Abstract: Sustainable Fisheries in the Mediterranean Note: This publication may be partially or completely reproduced for educational and non-profit purposes without express consent of the Regional Activity Centre for Cleaner Production (CP/RAC), always citing the source of the information. CP/RAC would appreciate receiving a copy of any publication where this material was used as a source. It is prohibited to use this information for commercial purposes or for sale without written consent from CP/RAC. The denominations used in this publication and the presentation of material in the same do not imply the expression of any opinion by CAR/PL relating to legal status of a country, territory or area, or its authorities or respecting its borders and limits. If there is any study point which can be improved or if there is any inaccuracy, please let us know. The CP/RAC, based in Barcelona-Spain, was established in 1996. Its mission is to promote mechanisms leading to sustainable consumption and production patterns and sound chemicals management in Mediterranean countries. The CP/RAC activities are financed by the Spanish Government once they have been submitted and approved by the Contracting Parties to the Barcelona Convention and by the Bilateral Monitoring Commission made up of representatives from the Spanish and Catalan Governments.
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