On Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018, the seminar "How to Approach Coastal Conservation: The Case of California and the Possibilities of Chile Today", with experts who shared their experiences and visions.
The Network for Conservation Chile-California brings together researchers, managers, entities and foundations dedicated to ocean conservation and coastal territories, that have met since 2017 to share experiences on coastal edge management and conservation reserves. The first meeting was held in California, and continues with this meeting at the UC Extension Center in Santiago.
It is a panel to share experiences from the history of coastal border management in California in the last 40 years, in light of the challenges and actions of current Chile. Four experts participate:
- Charles Lester, Researcher at the Institute of Marine Science, UC Santa Cruz, Executive Director of the Coastal Commission between 2011 and 2016
- Sam Schuchat, Executive Director of the California Coastal Conservancy
- Matías Alcalde, Executive Director of Fundación Punta de Lobos
- David Tecklin, Researcher at the Austral University of Chile
Free-entry @ UC Extension Center, Red Room. From 4 to 6 pm.
Organized by: Network for Chile California Conservation
Along with: California Council of Land Trusts, Chile California Council, Fundación Cosmos, Fundación Mar Adentro, Fundación Punta de Lobos, Fundación Terram, Fundación Tierra Austral, Austral University of Chile.