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.read more
Science and Management, tensions and opportunities for the management of Marine Protected Areas
What reasons underlie the tension between the scientific world and the management world, in relation to the management of Marine Protected Areas? How could the cooperation between the MPAs management authorities and the scientific sector be strengthened in order to increase the knowledge transfer applicable to management? These and other questions lead the round table promoted by the Forum for the Conservation of the Patagonian Sea during the XVIII Latin American Congress of Marine Sciences. In front of more than one hundred people, Forum members together with members of the National Parks Administration of Argentina and of the Mar de Juan Fernández and Islas Desventuradas National Park in Chile presented their experiences along with the challenges and results of their joint work.
With the participation of more than one hundred people, representatives of the National Park Administration of Argentina and the Mar de Juan Fernández National Park and Desventuradas Islands of Chile, together with the Forum, presented their experiences and demonstrated the challenges and results of the joint work.
Given the urgent need to contribute to the positioning of the sea in the public agenda, the meeting will propose to discuss the way we think and talk about the sea. This is the first Conversatory with journalists and communicators organized within the framework of the Forum for the Conservation of the Patagonian Sea, the network of civil society organizations that work to preserve the marine ecosystem of the Southern Cone.read more