ETC-UMA features biodiversity protection at Made in Med

The director of ETC-UMA, Ms Dania Abdul Malak, will be introducing the work of the Interreg Med project PANACeA, an umbrella initiative for 11 biodiversity protection projects currently operational to an international audience of around 800 people in Rome, Italy on 18 and 19 April 2018. Built on the concept of Fablab: “Fabrication Laboratory”, the MADE in MED event will present the first results of 90 projects through a conference and an exhibition. These two days will be an opportunity to convey the idea and values of co-working, knowledge sharing and innovation but also to look towards the future of cooperation in the Mediterranean.

In addition to interventions during the open discussions, ETC-UMA is also collaborating in the organization of an exhibition featuring marine litter and seagrass meadows, and encouraging the participation of other projects and institutions in a joint initiative to make project meetings more sustainable.


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