On October 6 a workshop, organized by Consortium LAMMA, from project CAMP-Italy (Coastal Area Management Programme for Italy) took place in Carrara.
The project, part of the Mediterranean Network of projects CAMP, is aimed at implementing policy and Integrated Coastal Zone Mangement (ICZM) and Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) for sustainable development of the coast, sustainable management of natural resources, and preservation of natural habitat and biodiversity on pilot areas belonging to Tuscany Region, Emilia-Romagna, and Sardinia.
Results of an exploratory enquiry on the perception of coastal erosion have been presented. Following which, the University of Florence presented a study case on the evolution of the shore line during the last 100 years within the area of Marina di Carrara, partially realized through monitoring activities of the project.
The workshop came to an end with an highly participated debate involving experts, representatives from Regional Government and Municipality, harbour Authority, and local enterpreneurs.
Resolvo supported Consortium LAMMA organizig the event.