A hotspot for global biodiversity, the Mediterranean is one of the most threatened seas on the planet. The region’s demographic and economic concentration, its appeal to tourists, its economic, political and social crises and climate change all generate pollution and exert significant pressures on its natural resources and the marine and coastal ecosystems.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has just launched a documentary titled “Blue Future” highlighting the strong potential for sustainable blue jobs in the Mediterranean. It follows three young professionals who have developed sustainable technologies and businesses for the energy, tourism and fishing sectors.
The documentary was produced as part of the Cogito project, supported by the FFEM.