Press coverage – L’Unione Sarda, 29/06/2014

Preserving and recovering the marine and terrestrial ecosystems that constitute the submerged beach and that emerged, in particular the priority habitats included in the Site of Community importance “Isola dei Cavoli, Serpentara, Punta Molentis and Campulongu”.
This is the objective of the project Life RES MARIS, “recovery of endangered habitats in the marine area Capo Carbonara”, which will be presented in Cagliari Monday, June 30, at 10 am, in the lecture hall of the Environment Sector of the Province (3rd floor -via Cadello9 / B). There will be Alessandro Sanna, manager Environmental sector of the province, Gianluca Dessi, Mayor of Villasimius, Gianluigi Bacchetta, scientific director of the Biodiversity Conservation Centre of the University of Cagliari and Remo Ghiani, Area Director of “Capo Carbonara” Protected Marine Area.

The budget of the project, which has as its lead partner the Province of Cagliari and as associated partners the Tecla Association, the University of Cagliari and the Municipality of Villasimius (Marine Protected Area of Capo Carbonara), counts a million and 500 thousand euro, of which a million and 121,479 funded by the European Union.

Sunday, June 29, 2014