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Seminario “Áreas Marinas Costeras Protegidas en la zona centro norte de Chile: a dos años del IMPAC IV”

SeminarioOrganizado por Sphenisco e. V., ONG que promueve la protección del Pingüino de Humboldt. octubre 2019, en La Serena

Descripción: El propósito de este seminario es generar un espacio para que expositores tanto nacionales como internacionales den a conocer la importancia y necesidad de proteger esta zona marina y costera, su valor ambiental, patrimonial, social y económico. Visualizar cuánto hemos avanzado a dos años de la realización del IMPAC IV en la Región de Coquimbo.

Este seminario busca contribuir de igual forma, a generar debate y acuerdos que faciliten la toma de decisiones para proteger estas zonas marinas y costeras, que albergan especies y ecosistemas únicos de gran importancia para la conservación mundial y, que en la actualidad, están fuertemente amenazadas por acciones antrópicas, entre ellas, por megaproyectos.

 

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Projects in Peru

Karte von PeruThe habitat of the Humboldt Penguin lies on islands near the coast of Peru and Chile between the fourth and fortieth degrees southern latitude. This is where they breed and hunt.

According to current statistics solely on the islands of Ballestas, Chincha, San Galan, Independencia, Santa Rosa and in the area Tres Puertas in the region Pisco-Paracas about 1000 Humboldt-penguins have recently been counted. In this area Sphenisco cooperates with the Peruvian conservation organization Acorema (Areas Costeras y Recursos Marinos), which – apart from numerous other activities – informs the general public about the imminent extinction of the Humboldt-penguins and at the same time exposes the problems of the specific  threats in Peru.

Further information, current developments, and other activities of Sphenisco in Peru can be found on the navigation board on the left side of our Homepage.

Projects in Central Chile

Karte von ChileThe habitat of the Humboldt Penguin lies on islands near the coast of Peru and Chile between the fourth and fortieth degrees southern latitude. This is where they breed and hunt.

In Central Chile, Sphenisco cooperates with the Municipal Museum of Natural History in San Antonio under the direction of José Luis Brito. The team of the Natural History Museum sees about
the everyday care and fostering of ill and injured animals and organizes environmental education at schools of the surrounding fishing villages. Moreover, they enable fast intervention in case of illegal keeping of animals and take care of ecological habitat conservation.

Further information, current developments, and other activities of Sphenisco in Central Chile can be found on the navigation board on the left side of our homepage.

 

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