Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Insular Coastal Dynamics (ICoD)
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May 1987, as Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Marine Contamination Hazards -- Centre euro-méditerranéen sur la contamination marine accidentelle, within the framework of U-XF2188 - Foundation for International Studies, University of Malta (FIS). A 'European Network of Specialist Centres' of F-XF1447 - Open Partial Agreement on the Prevention of, Protection against and Organization of Relief in Major Natural and Technological Disasters (EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement), within the framework of the D-XD0435 - Council of Europe (CE). Present name adopted 1993.
Combat marine and environmental degradation at the coast; carry out research at a Euro-Mediterranean level on interactive processes at the coast, with special reference to insular environments; develop a better understanding of the interaction of the human/natural interface at the coast; contribute to civil protection at the coast; raise public awareness of, and academic interest in, pressing environmental issues on a local and regional scale.
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