NEEMO monitor visits the project

The LIFE-Wetlands4Climate project has received a visit from Sara Mora, from the external NEEMO-IDOM team of the European Commission, to see first-hand how the project is being developed. On 17 March, the project team travelled to the Manjavacas Lagoon Complex, located in Castilla la Mancha, to supervise that the planned actions are being carried out and that the project funds are being used for this purpose.

We visited the Manjavacas Lagoon, one of the ten pilot wetlands where the LIFE actions are being carried out, to see first-hand the work carried out by the team of technicians from Global Nature and the University of Valencia. During the visit, we were also accompanied by the Director – Curator of the Nature Reserve of the Manjavacas Lagoon Complex, Cecilia Díaz and the environmental technician of the Mota del Cuervo town council, Julia Carrascosa.

The EFE Agency team, in charge of the audiovisual part of the project, took advantage of the visit to collect resources and conduct interviews.  All the multimedia material can be consulted on our website. Below is the interview with Sara Mora where she explains the fundamental role of the external monitor for the supervision of the correct functioning and execution of the LIFE programme.


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