Cross-Border Collaboration: Sharing Nature-Based Solutions for Wetland Ecosystem Restoration in the Mediterranean Basin

The study visit organized by SEMIDE in collaboration with the Sahara and Sahel Observatory and Tour du Valat on January 23-24 brought together partners and stakeholders of the Restore NAW project from Morocco and Tunisia. The aim was to exchange experiences and share best practices in Nature-Based Solutions (NbS) for the protection and restoration of wetland ecosystems, as well as for better adaptation to climate change.

Discussions focused on proven techniques and approaches used in various monitoring, conservation, and restoration actions in wetland environments. These initiatives were conducted by Tour du Valat and SEMIDE, along with their partners, in the Camargue region and other areas across the Mediterranean basin.

As part of this visit, a dedicated session was held for the OurMED project, during which OurMED’s French partners SEMIDE and Tour du Valat presented various project activities around the Mediterranean basin.



OurMED is part of the PRIMA programme supported by the European Union.