Coastal and Marine Union - EUCC
1989, as European Union for Dune Conservation and Coastal Management, following decision of congress, Sep 1987, Leiden (Netherlands). Title changed to European Union for Coastal Conservation, Jun 1991, when scope broadened. Present title adopted 1 Jan 2002.
Promote conservation and wise use of the coast and marine environment in Europe and neighbouring regions; stimulate awareness of the importance of the coastal and marine environment and problems associated with its management and conservation; encourage cooperation among governments, organizations and individuals concerned; promote education and disseminate information.
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Council; Executive Committee. EUCC Mediterranean Centre, Barcelona (Spain) inaugurated Nov 2003. EUCC Baltic Office, Klaipeda (Lithuania). International Secretariat, Leiden (Netherlands).
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