The Pleamar Program traveling exhibition arrives at the University of Cadiz

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The Biodiversity Foundation of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge has inaugurated in Cádiz the Pleamar Program exhibitionSeven years of projects to promote the sustainability of fisheries and aquaculture”, which can be visited at the Andalusian Center for Advanced Marine Studies (CASEM) of the University of Cadiz until May 2.

After passing through Burela and Vigo, this is the third stop of this itinerant photographic tour, which includes the main results and progress achieved in the preservation and improvement of marine biodiversity and the promotion of sustainability in fisheries and aquaculture during the 2014-2020 period of the Pleamar Program. The exhibition has 14 information panels and twenty photographs that highlight the fundamental role of the fishing and aquaculture sector in the blue economy of our country. In this first stage of the program, and thanks to five calls for proposals, 135 projects have been developed by 70 entities.

Training, key to the ecological transition

The exhibition was inaugurated in the framework of a meeting with representatives of public and private entities interested in learning about the new call for subsidies of the Empleaverde+ Program. This new call, focused on initiatives that promote training to boost the ecological transition and co-financed by the European Social Fund Plus (ESF+), has a budget of up to 30 million euros and the deadline for submitting applications will be open until June 2.