On October 1st, municipal elections are going to take place all over the country in Portugal. Some mayors and councillors will be re-elected and some won’t.
On Friday the 14 July 2017, ASMAA received the long awaited report from the petition moderator MP Hugo Costa (PS). (You can download it below)
9 June 2017, New York, US – Today, at the Ocean Conference of the United Nations, Seas At Risk, supported by its 34 members and Mission Blue, BLOOM, the Deep Sea Mining Campaign and Earthworks, called on the international community to stop deep sea mining in its tracks.
Various serious disasters took place in Portugal in the past four weeks and indicated clearly the risks – not only environmental, economic or human - but also the poor and ineffective disaster management by some of the critical civil protection services.
Minister of the Sea, Ana Paula Vitorino replies to request for an opinion in relation to ASMAA's objection petition against the granting of a TUPEM licence to the Galp/ENI consortium to drill in the Aljezur offshore.
We are very excited. Since last year that we have been planning on opening a charity shop and an up-cycling hub in Lagos. As of this week, we have now secured a very functional warehouse in Barão de São João.
In the past few years ASMAA has often been asked to assist and to provide advice and at times guidance to foreign residents in the Algarve covering a myriad of issues. We’ve always felt that there was a distinct need for such a service, but only now is ASMAA in a position to actively respond to it.