The Bern Convention is a binding international legal instrument in the
field of nature conservation, which covers most of the natural heritage
of the European continent and extends to some States of Africa.
Its aims are to conserve wild flora and fauna and their natural habitats and to promote European co-operation in that field.
The European Landscape Convention - also known as the Florence Convention, promotes the protection, management and planning of European landscapes
and organises European co-operation on landscape issues.
EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement is a platform for co-operation in the field of major natural and technological disasters between Europe and the South of the Mediterranean.
Its field of competence covers the major natural and technological disasters - knowledge, prevention, risk management, post-crisis analysis and rehabilitation.