Thursday, 15 October 2015 09:07

A NETCET “consultation meeting” on the roles of Italian cities&regions for CT&ST

A NETCET “consultation meeting” on the roles of Italian cities&regions for the conservation of cetaceans and sea turtles in the Adriatic took place in Venice on the 8th October 2015.

The event was opened by Massimiliano De Martin, Deputy Mayor for the Environment at the City of Venice. Following the institutional welcome, Carole Maignan –NETCET project manager – presented the Agenda, the aim of the workshop and the main results of NETCET projects, including rhe role of the NETCET City Network.

The meeting was set up around 3 main sessions:

- the first one dedicated to the presentation of the contibution of NETCET to a National Action Plan for the conservation of cetaceans and sea turtles in Adriatic”

moderator: Caterina Fortuna (ISPRA) with Paolo Casale (WWF Italy)

-the second session related the different ways to manage strandings of cetaceans and sea turtles in Italy. Several experiences from Toscana, Emilia-Romagna, Pescara and Venice were reported.

moderator: Sandro Mazzariol (Univeristy of Padua)

- the third session illustrated the role of the conservation of cetaceans and sea turtles as an added value for a sustainable tourism economy in cities and regions of the Adriatic. Examples from the city of Numana, the Tartlife project and the Emilia-Romagna region.

moderator: Sauro Pari (Cetacean Foundation)

Find below the agenda and the speakers' presentations:

 

Agenda

Presentation_Maignan.pdf

Presentation_Fortuna.pdf

Presentation_Mazzariol.pdf

Presentation_Ventrella.pdf

Presentation_Rinaldi.pdf

Presentation_Olivieri.pdf

Presentation_Gallotti.pdf

Presentation_Pari.pdf

Presentation_Lucchetti.pdf

 

 

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