Training on Visitors Management in Valsaín (Segovia), Spain
The training course on “Visitors Management in Protected Wetlands – Making them the allies of conservation” was held on 24-29 July 2017 at the National Centre of Environmental Education (CENEAM), located in Valsaín (Segovia), Spain.
The main objective of the course was to learn how to better understand, monitor and manage visitors’ use in protected areas and heritage sites, in particular wetlands, in order to maintain the quality of the resource while ensuring a satisfactory visitors experience
More information about the training here: https://medwet.org/training-visitors-management/
Watch the video made about the training:Tags: climate change, Marine protected areas, Wetlands
The MedWet exhibition “Our wetlands our people”
MedWet organised an exhibition of thirty colourful posters on the theme “Our wetlands, our people” for the occasion of the Ramsar COP12 event. Celebrating the beauty of Mediterranean wetlands and their people, the exhibition presents each of the 27 MedWet countries and entities, and posters are also reproduced in postcards with a small text behind explaining the positive relation between wetlands and people in English and French.
The exhibition is now available upon request to be travelling all over the Mediterranean countries.
(credit Leandro Borba, OCC)