First presentation event of the LIFE A-MAR Project

Triton attended the first public event of the LIFE A-MAR NATURA2000 project...

The first public event of the LIFE A-MAR NATURA2000 project was held on Thursday 4 May in Rome, which was attended not only by the partners, but also by those interested and passionate about marine themes. Diego Mattioliproject manager of Triton Research, went into detail on the project actions supported by Victor Gutierrez, of Fundaciòn Biodiversidad, who instead spoke of the activities envisaged in Spain and the situation of the Natura 2000 network in the country.

The central theme of the event was the sailing campaign which will start from La Spezia on 15 May and which will last two months, accompanied by 14 guided tours, 12 participatory meetings, 2 press conferences, 5 events for local managers and tour operators. Claudia Fachinetti, of Triton Research, presented the calendar of the stages which will be divided into five Tyrrhenian regions and will touch over 30 Natura 2000 marine sites. Considering that the campaign will be carried out thanks to the fundamental support of the Lega Navale ItalianaMichele Valente, communication manager, intervened specifying that the boats made available for the Italian campaign were entrusted to Lega Navale following their seizure from organized crime with the aim of being “returned” to Italian citizens for social awareness activities and, as in the case of the project , environmental.

Giulia Luzi, of Triton Research, finally illustrated the project APP, nearing completion, which will be a sort of TripAdvisor of the Natura 2000 Network, with the possibility for users to discover marine sites and their peculiarities through georeferencing and ad hoc cards with data and images. An interactive tool through which you can also upload your own images and reports relating to Italian and Spanish marine sites.

In the afternoon, the meeting resumed behind closed doors with a networking session that saw the participation of Carmen Gangale, of the National Contact Point Life (MASE), Víctor Gutiérrez of Fundación Biodiversidad for the LIFE INTEMARES project, Marzia Mattioli of Legambiente for LIFE MUSCLES, Eleonora Ledda of Triton Research for LIFE PINNA, Antonella Arcangeli of Ispra for LIFE CONCEPTU MARIS, Massimiliano Bottaro of the Anton Dohrn Zoological Station for LIFE ELIFE, Guido Gnone of Costa Edutainment, for TursioMed and InterMed and finally Maria Antonietta Pinto for LASPEH.



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