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Birth of a scientific project to save the Mediterranean coast
Date:4/12/2010

ral public, and not only within the context of countries participating in the PEGASO project, is of utmost importance to assure a good management of coastal areas", affirms Franoise Breton, director of ETC/LUSI (European Topic Centre on Land Use and Spatial Information) at Universitat Autnoma de Barcelona and coordinator of the project.

For Zeljka Skaricic, Senior Programme Officer of the United Nations Environmental Programme, "PEGASO is a project that is open to coast-lovers and people committed to the environment, to share knowledge and experiences, and aims to develop from a project into a full state of mind."


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Contact: Franoise Breton
francoise.breton@uab.cat
34-935-811-751
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Source:Eurekalert

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