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Conserving wild plants in the south and east Mediterranean region

The Mediterranean region is one of the world’s great centres of plant diversity and its benign climates have attracted successive waves of civilisations, which have largely shaped our attitudes and ethics to the present day.

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2018
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Important plant areas of the south and east Mediterranean region : priority sites for conservation (Arabic version)

This report describes a rapid assessment of Important Plant Areas in the south and east Mediterranean; a project designed to provide the ‘wild plant perspective’ for the regional investment strategy of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund.

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2011
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Les Plantes Médicinales Méditerranéennes : un patrimoine à conserver

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2011
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Zones importantes pour les plantes en Méditerranée méridionale et orientale : sites prioritaires pour la conservation

Ce rapport présente une évaluation préliminaire des Zones importantes pour les plantes en Méditerranée méridionale et orientale, plus l’Albanie. Dix recommandations ont été formulées, qui contribueront à orienter les actions de conservation de la flore sauvage en Méditerranée.

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2011
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Important plant areas of the south and east Mediterranean region : priority sites for conservation

This report describes a rapid assessment of Important Plant Areas in the south and east Mediterranean; a project designed to provide the ‘wild plant perspective’ for the regional investment strategy of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund.

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2011
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The Top 50 Mediterranean island plants : wild plants at the brink of extinction, and what is needed to save them (Greek version)

The flora of the Mediterranean islands includes many rare and localised species unique to the islands. Some of these are particularly threatened with extinction due to various pressures caused by people and their activities in Mediterranean ecosystems.

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2007
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La lista "Top 50" de especies vegetales amenazadas de las islas del Mediterráneo : 50 especies silvestres al borde de la extinción, y las acciones para salvarlas

The flora of the Mediterranean islands includes many rare and localised species unique to the islands. Some of these are particularly threatened with extinction due to various pressures caused by people and their activities in Mediterranean ecosystems.

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2007
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Le "Top 50" des plantes menacées des îles méditerranéennes : comment les sauver de l'extinction

La flore des îles de la Méditerranée comprend de nombreuses espèces endémiques rares et localisées. Certaines sont particulièrement menacées d’extinction en raison des multiples pressions engendrées par l’homme et ses activités sur les écosystèmes méditerranéens.

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2005
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The Top 50 Mediterranean island plants : wild plants at the brink of extinction, and what is needed to save them

The flora of the Mediterranean islands includes many rare and localised species unique to the islands. Some of these are particularly threatened with extinction due to various pressures caused by people and their activities in Mediterranean ecosystems.

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2005
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Conservation de la flore des îles méditerranéennes : 1. Stratégie d'action

With almost 5000 island and islets, the Mediterranean comprises one of the largest groups of islands in the world. With its wealth of species, high degree of endemism, long history and tolerance of all kinds of disruptions, it is of extremely high value to global biodiversity.

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1996