How do we reflect about the sea? How do we refer to its value? What language do we use to address the challenges of its conservation? Through a Webinar of Clave21, the Forum for the Conservation of the Patagonian Sea invites journalists and communicators from Latin America to participate in a conversation that will contribute to a better understanding of the sea.
Given the urgent need to contribute to the strategic positioning of the sea on the public agenda, on thursday 23 of january, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. (Argentina time), a webinar will be held for journalists and communicators of Latin America, to propose new resources and contents to generate a regional perspective that includes the sea. The meeting will be held with Claves21, and will be led by the president of the Forum for the Conservation of the Patagonian Sea, Claudio Campagna.
We need to change the way we think and talk about the SEA. The sea over there: infinite, inexhaustible, distant. And the society here: indifferent, alien. For centuries, people didn’t think that the sea needed protection; so now, the efforts to preserve it are not enough. Why? Among other reasons, the appreciation of the global strategic importance and of the current state of deterioration of marine ecosystems is neither a widespread nor a common concern. The price of this disinformation affects the planet and will impact entire generations.