Since September of 2015 ANSE (Asociación Naturista del Sureste, Spain), ZSL (Zoological Society of London, UK), CIIMAR (Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research, Portugal), Greenrope (Italy) and WFMF (Netherlands) have been working together thanks to Erasmus+ funding to create a free downloadable guide for students who would like to learn about: what means to be a volunteer for an organization which works protecting and restoring nature, different professions related to oceans and rivers and how to become one of them, and how to contribute in their daily life to improve and protect aquatic habitats.
On June 8th, Guardians of the Sea partners (ANSE, ZSL, CIIMAR, Greenrope & WFMF) had their last group meeting, this time in ZSL (London, UK), to close up Guardians of the Sea guide. The guide will be launched tomorrow June 21st in English, and before July 1st students will have also available an Italian, Portuguese and Spanish version.
The team in this last meeting also had the opportunity to visit the Crane Valley Park where they saw the new eel passage in Crane River.
More information on the Guardians of the Sea guide : www.worldfishmigrationfoundation.com/projects/6/guardians-of-the-sea