Mediterráneo Vivo: Exploring the Future of Our Ecosystems

Date and time: 22/03/2024 06:30 - 8:00 pm

Mediterranean ecosystems are in danger and require our urgent attention. How do we drive community action toward their restoration and preservation? How do we protect our Mediterranean environment in the face of climate change, desertification and biodiversity loss? 

Join us as we tackle these questions and more at Mediterráneo Vivo: Exploring the Future of Our Ecosystems, which will take place from 6.30-8.00 PM on Friday 22 March in Valencia. Organized by AMWAJ, REVOLVE, Amigues de la Terra València and Cuidem Godella will bring together experts and environment enthusiasts to explore restoration and conservation practices as well as showcase ongoing initiatives that are addressing these issues.  

This roundtable discussion will feature distinguished panelists. Amanda Subiela, an environmental expert from Amigues de la Terra Valencia, will share with us examples of successful awareness campaigns in the region; Diego S. Intrigliolo Molina, a senior scientist at the Directorate of the Research Center on Desertification (CIDE), will provide us with key data on the current situation of desertification in the region and highlight specific actions to combat it. Juan Solves, a photographer and Vicente Muñoz, a boatman, will discuss the evolution of La Albufera as a natural and cultural site in Valencia. 

The panel and question-and-answer session will be moderated by REVOLVE’s Patricia Carbonell. 

This event promises to be an invaluable platform for learning, sharing ideas and collaborating on the protection of our Mediterranean ecosystems. We look forward to your participation. 

Date and time: 22/03/2024
18h30 – 20h00

Location: Centro Cultural Jacaranda
Carrer Manuel Tomàs, 2, 46110 Godella, Valencia, Spain