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1 Report on the CAMP Levante de Almeria Final Presentation Conference () Ana Correa Peña General Coordinator CAMP Levante de Almería 1

2 Report on the CAMP Levante de Almeria Final Presentation Conference Almería, February 4, 2013 Background Information 1. The Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Environment, the Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Fishing and Environment and the United Nations Environment Programme Mediterranean Action Plan have implemented CAMP Levante de Almeria project, which is a practical demonstration of how to implement Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) at the local level in Spain and in this way testing methodologies to implement the ICZM Protocol. CAMP therefore has as aim to design and put into practice possible systems of coordination between administrations and public participation in decision-making related to the coast, with the fundamental objective of achieving the sustainability of this territory. That is the reason for which CAMP Levante de Almeria had an especial support also from the administrations included in the Coastal Commission, the eight Municipalities included in the CAMP Area, the Association of Municipalities of Levante de Almeria, the Provincial Government and different Councillors and Agencies of the Andalusian Government and from the National Government, and in other hand, CAMP Levante de Almeria counted with the support of the members of the Coastal Council, the socio-economic stakeholders within the project area. 2. It is, therefore the trial of a new formula in which, through a learning and participatory process, the administrations and territorial stakeholders can study the key resources for coastal sustainability, make an assessment of problems affecting coastal management and obtain as a result a common project for the whole territory, expressed in a strategy which lays down the steps to follow in order to make socio-economic development compatible with the conservation of nature. This strategy is known as the Sustainable Development Reference Framework, the final result of CAMP Levante de Almeria project. 3. CAMP Levante de Almeria makes this stretch of the Spanish coastal area a reference point in the Mediterranean, since it is a pioneer in the application of the ICZM Protocol and therefore an experience extrapolable at international, national, regional and local levels. Objectives of CAMP Levante de Almeria project 4. According to the Inception report, the general objective of CAMP Levante de Almeria project is to serve as an demonstrative experience to be extrapolated at international, national, regional and local scale, to ensure the application of the ICZM Protocol within the framework of the Barcelona Convention, and thus to ensure that the principles established in the Protocol through the ICZM methodology are upheld. 5. The achievement of the general objective of the CAMP Levante de Almeria project had the following specific objectives: To ensure the sustainable development of the CAMP area and thus to combine conservation of the environment with sustainable development through the empowering of the competent 2

3 public administrations and the various socioeconomic and scientific and technical sectors about a Reference Framework for Sustainable Development, for which the appropriate mechanisms will be implemented in order to ensure the coordination of the different levels of government and participation in the decision-making process by the stakeholders in the area. Raise public awareness, as well as the training and capacity building of technicians from public and private entities in those aspects that promote the Integrated Coastal Zone Management and thus the sustainable use of natural resources and respect for the cultural and natural heritage. Generate continuity in the post-project phase through the design of a proposal for investment included in the Reference Framework for Sustainable Development for the implementation of its guidelines. Encourage the competent authorities to generate instruments such as plans, strategies, programmes or projects aimed at transposing the Integrated Coastal Zones Management to scope of its competences. 6. Furthermore to the exposed, the implementation of CAMP Levante de Almeria served to catalyze the application of the European Normative Framework in the project area, within this framework can be remarked the Water Framework Directive 2000/60/CE, the Maritime Strategy Framework Directive 2008/56/CE, the Birds Directive 2009/147/CE or the Habitat Directive 92/43/CEE. 7. The major result of CAMP Levante de Almeria project is the Sustainable Development Reference Framework (SDRF). This is a long-term strategic document that guides the natural resources uses and the activities development in a sustainable way. This document is complemented with the establishment of the Institutional Coordination and Social Participation structure through the Coastal Commission, Council and Forum, a structure designed with the aim to secure the post project application of the Sustainable Development Reference Framework thought the implication of the political, socioeconomic and scientific-technical spheres during its elaboration. Project activities 8. As a consequence of the participation processes developed during the preparation of the Feasibility Study and the formulation stage of the project, and the pre-established management methodology for the CAMP projects, the CAMP Levante de Almeria project is divided into three main activities: Horizontal activities: a) Institutional Coordination and Social Participation Framework; b) Information and Awareness on Coastal Sustainability; and c) Training and capacity building. Individual projects: They are organised around the main thematic areas identified in the preparatory processes, in addition to those proposed by the MAP as obligatory. a) Sustainable Development Reference Framework; b) Water Cycle Sustainable Management; c) Maritime Environment Sustainable Use; 3

4 d) Dissemination of Good Practices in Productive Activities; e) Valuation and Conservation of the Landscape and Cultural Heritage f) Improvement of the management criteria for the Marine, Terrestrial and Hydraulic Public Domain. Project Coordination, Integration and Dissemination of Results Participation at the Final Presentation Conference 9. During this event, the activities carried out, as well as the achieved results and the lessons learned from the Mediterranean, national, regional and local perspectives were presented to the public and to those actors that participated in the project. 10. The Final Presentation Conference was conceived to be a turning point between the implementation stage of the CAMP Levante de Almeria project and the development of the postproject stage, when the Action Plan included within the Sustainable Development Reference Framework starts. 11. There were 126 participants to the Final Presentation Conference, between them authorities from the National, Regional and Local Governments, as for instance, the Secretary of State for the Environment, the National Government Delegate in Andalusia Region, the National Government Sub delegate in Almeria, Andalusian Councillor for the Environment, the Regional Government Delegate or the Territorial Delegate for the Environment. They were accompanied by representatives of MEDU-MAP, PAP/RAC, SPA/RAC and CP/RAC, as well as other participants from the Coastal Commision and the Coastal Council, the project experts or the technical staff from public administrations. The agenda of the Final Presentation Conference and the full list of attendants are available at appendix I and II respectively. Objectives of the Final Presentation Conference 12. The objectives of the Final Presentation Conference were: a. To present the results achieved during the project implementation, as well as the agreed Sustainable Development Reference Framework; b. To expose the lessons learned within this demonstration project; c. To establish the basis for developing the post-project stage. Agenda item 1: Opening of the Final Presentation Conference 13. The Conference was held in the Archaeological Museum of Almeria, on February 4, The Conference began with the projection of the project promotional video: CAMP Levante de Almeria, testing a model of Integrated Coastal Zones Management, prepared by Landsofwaves. Agenda item 2: Welcome addresses 4

5 14. The welcome was on charge of the Parties of CAMP Levante de Almería project: Ms. María Luisa Silva Mejías, Coordinator and Executive Secretary, Mediterranean Action Plan, United Nations Environment Programme; Mr. Luis Planas Puchades, Councillor for the Agriculture, Fishing and Environment, Andalusian Government; Mr. Federico Ramos de Armas, Secretary of State for Environment, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment. They were presented by Mr. Emilio Roldán del Valle, Executive Director CAMP Levante de Almeria, Chief of Service in Almeria for the RENPA, Regional Government for Agriculture, Fishing and Environment. 15. The first welcome to the participants came from Ms. María Luisa Silva, who explained the origins of the Mediterranean Action Plan and the Integrated Coastal Zone Management as response to the necessitate to introduce institutional coordination and social participation approaches in the decision-making processes related to the coast. As consequence, the IZCM Protocol, an international normative framework, was generated. It is the regional response to the problems and threats that are affecting the Mediterranean coast, a tool to promote sustainable development. About CAMP project, it is a very singular and successful project as it is the first one focus on the implementation of ICZM Protocol and during its implementation had an exemplar component of institutional coordination and social participation. 16. In second place the Andalusian Councillor for the Environment, Mr. Luis Planas, gave a warm welcome to the assistants and highlighted the pioneering initiative that CAMP Levante de Almeria means in the framework of the Integrated Coastal Zone Management. He gave a special recognition to those persons, organizations and administrations that were involved in the processes that were part of CAMP Levante de Almeria project to obtain the Sustainable Development Reference Framework. There are two key features that make this project a reference within the framework of the European Union, the successful social participation that took place and the location itself of CAMP Levante de Almería area, the Eastern of Almeria, which is one of the most dynamic socioeconomic areas in Andalusia and, at the same time, it is a territory with exceptional natural qualities. About the results obtained, the Sustainable Development Reference Framework it is plenty of very positive proposals which were agreed by the local stakeholders. 17. In the last place the Secretary of State for the Environment, Mr. Federico Ramos, after welcome to the assistants remarked the importance of CAMP Levante de Almeria project for the Spanish Government. The coastal zones are strategic areas for the Spanish Government and the challenge of the sustainable development within these areas is a key matter. The approval of the IZCM Protocol is an evidence of it, and CAMP Levante de Almeria is a very good example of how to implement it. The CAMP Levante de Almeria project has confirmed the importance of social participation in making-decision processes regarding coastal areas. About the objectives included in the Sustainable Development Reference Framework are conceived to solve future problems to face in a climate change scenario, specially the objective related to the improvement of the water management, which is a key issue in a semi-arid environment as the project area is. Agenda item 3: CAMP Levante de Almeria from the Mediterranean perspective 18. Mr. Marko Prem, PAP/RAC MAP UNEP Deputy Director was in charge of this presentation, the aim was to share the general context in which CAMP Levante de Almeria is included. The normative framework on CAMP Levante de Almeria was introduced, the Barcelona Convention, its seven Protocols, and the Mediterranean Action Plan. The Programme CAMP is the main tool of MAP to 5

6 promote Integrated Coastal Zone Management between the Mediterranean Countries. CAMP is a programme which deals not only with the ecosystems fragility, also with the social and institutional realities. The case of CAMP Levante de Almeria was very important in the Mediterranean scope as it is the first project aimed to implement the ICZM Protocol and its articles. CAMP Levante de Almeria singularity was the dialog and consensus between all the stakeholders in order to achieve coastal sustainability, creating the ownership of the SDRF as they were involved in the process of elaboration of the proposals included in the same. The SDRF contains very concrete proposals to implement ICZM in Levante de Almeria, so he encouraged, as representative of the PAP/RAC, to the Levante de Almeria authorities to implement the SDRF. He also thanked the work done by the General Coordinator, Ms. Ana Correa Peña, and the Technical Coastal Office, Ms. Pilar Villegas Campos and Mr. Daniel Callejón. 19. Agenda item 4: CAMP Levante de Almeria project activities and results. 20. Ms. Ana Correa Peña, General Coordinator of the CAMP Levante de Almeria project, acknowledge in her name but also in behalf of the Coastal Technical Office to the Steering Committee their nomination during the formulation stage of the project to carry out this pioneer initiative. She also thanked to all the stakeholders involved in the project for gave them the opportunity to make possible the Integrated Coastal Zone Management in the Levante de Almeria with their participation in many workshops, meetings of other kind of activities. Regarding the activities developed, during the formulation stage it was recognised as essential the creation of an institutional coordination and social participation framework, in order to this, a decision-making body was created, the Coastal Commission and two social participation bodies, the and the Coastal Commission. These bodies were complemented with Experts group formed to advise the Team Leaders of the individual projects. The parallelism between the development of individual projects and horizontal activities was explained, as well as the role performed for each of the bodies included within the Institutional Coordination and Social Participation Framework. The main result of the Institutional Coordination and Social Participation Framework was the achievement of a collective project for the territory, the Sustainable Development Reference Framework, which comes with the ownership of the project stakeholders. 21. Ms. Pilar Villegas, the Coastal Technical Office Coordinator, took the floor in order to explain the horizontal activities performed. In first place the Trainee and Capacity Building, most of them prepared with the CAESCG from Almeria University. The activities were mentioned and the result highlighted was to know firsthand the trainee needs requested by the staff from different administrations. These needs were included in the SDRF. Regarding the Awareness Raising in Coastal Sustainability, the two campaigns performed were explained. The campaign of Good Practices for Beaches and Seas users, prepared by Ecomimesis, included childish Imagine Workshops were 315 children were involved and theatrical performances had for more than people in the eight municipalities which are part of CAMP Levante de Almeria area. In the case of the awareness raising campaign to disseminate the values of the Cultural Heritage and the Landscape in the Eastern Almeria, included theatre performances 6

7 concerning the Cultural Heritage in the area, which were prepared by La Pita Verde, and a photographic competition was carried out. The results of the photographic competition were exhibited 10 times in all municipalities of CAMP Levante de Almeria area. In this sense and in cooperation with the CP/RAC were carried out various courses on Sustainable Consumption, Green procurement and Green events. Complementary to this, between awareness raising activities many volunteer activities were carried out in cooperation with local volunteers networks, including three workshops with volunteers were developed in order to obtain proposals for the elaborated strategy for the promotion of the volunteer activity in the CAMP area. 22. Mr. Francisco Cáceres, Chief of the Environmental Information and Assessment Service of the Andalusian Government of Agriculture, Fishing and Environment, presented the integration of the information generated by the project in the Andalusian Environmental Information Network (REDIAM). He introduced the normative obligations for public administrations to facilitate environmental information to the public, and also its utility to improve the Integrated Coastal Zone Management. In this sense the Andalusian Government created REDIAM where the CAMP information has being included by a viewing tool with CAMP results within this network. A demonstration about the functioning of the viewing tool took place. SILA activity was coordinated from the CAESCG, Almeria University. 23. Ms. Ana Correa, General Coordinator of CAMP Levante de Almeria project, took the floor in order to explain the results of the individual projects: a. Landscape Valuation: PAP/RAC vulnerability assessment methodology was carried out in CAMP Levante de Almeria together with a coastalization diagnosis. Thanks to the coastalization diagnosis land uses and environmental variables to be assessed at the vulnerability assessment were identify, obtaining vulnerability maps for each of these activities for the whole CAMP area. The main conclusions obtained by these maps served to make recommendations for the SDRF. The Team Leaders were Nubia Consultores. b. Marine Environment Sustainable Use: with the support of SPA/RAC, PAP/RAC vulnerability assessment methodology was extrapolated in a pilot manner to the marine environment included in CAMP area. Thanks to the Expert group the main activities and environmental variables to be assessed were identify, obtaining vulnerability maps for the marine area related to those uses. The main conclusions obtained by these maps served to make recommendations for the SDRF. The Team Leaders were AGAPA. c. Water Cycle Sustainable Management: in this individual project a public participation methodology to enrich the Hydrologic Plans was test. As basis information for the public participation that took place a Diagnosis about the Hydrologic plans was prepare. The diagnosis was enriched with 12 participation workshops that were carried out and the proposals obtained in those participation workshops were included in the SDRF. The Team Leaders were Ecomimesis. d. Improvement in the Management Criteria for the Maritime-Terrestrial and Hydraulic Public Domain: with this individual project an innovative methodology to identify flood areas having into account marine and hydraulic forces at the same time was implemented in a pilot manner. This methodology was test in three different areas, according with the advice of the Expert group, having relevant results for the Antas River. This innovation is 7

8 recommended in the SDRF. The Team Leaders were Research Group on Environmental Flows Dynamics of Granada Univesity e. Cultural Heritage Conservation: Participation processes took place in order to search for different strategies to promote the value of the cultural heritage in the CAMP Areas. Three tools were used to achieve it: the elaboration of an interpretative cultural itinerary for the CAMP area, the elaboration of a strategy to promote private custody and the elaboration of a Decalogue for the conservation of local architecture. The proposals from the participation processes were integrated in the SDRF. The Team Leaders were La Pita Verde. f. Dissemination of Good Practices in Productive Activities: with the support of CP/RAC specific trainee about good practices for Agriculture, Fishing and Tourism sector was designed and disseminated between these target groups. In the three cases proposes from the target groups were gathered in order to be integrated in the SDRF. Furthermore in these activities participated Lucia Martínez Posse as consultant for Fishing and Coexpal and Cajamar Foundation in the case of the Agriculture. 24. Finally, Pilar Villegas, Coastal Technical Office Coordinator, took the floor in order to explain the contents of the final publication of the project Levante de Almería: a laboratory to test Integrated Coastal Zone Management, where all the results of CAMP Levante de Almería project are included. Agenda item 5: Results obtained with the Coastal Council participation Imagine Methodology 25. Mr. Simon Bell, Imagine Team Leader and professor of the Open University, explained the spirit of the project and the Imagine process. He pointed out that according to his experience CAMP Levante de Almeria project is one of the best CAMP projects developed and that it will serve to teach to next CAMP projects. The project has provided a local message of global significance. About the Imagine process bring together the various thoughts and considerations in the same place, independently to the skills of the participants. Participants analyse where they come from, where are they and where are they going so this reflection is expressed through indicators in amoeba diagrams and they can see clearly their history and plan for the future. The proposals obtained were the basis for the elaboration of the SDRF. One of the conclusions is that Imagine, and this CAMP project in particular, facilitate real conversations about real problems to obtain citizens concerns and allow extrapolating theses concerns to the technical level. Agenda item 6: Sustainable Development Reference Framework and its socioeconomic perspective 26. Mr. Hermelindo Castro, Sustainable Development Reference Framework Team Leader, CAESCG Director, University of Almeria, took the floor in order to explain the elaboration of the SDRF. First of all he remarked the big effort done with this project by the Parties of the project and by all the stakeholders and staff. Regarding the integration procedure or the CAMP architecture, it was needed to integrate the expert view obtained thanks to the individual project development with the various social views gathered thanks to Imagine workshops or other participations processes developed. Those views were organized according to an economical assessment and gave many proposals for the SDRF. After the study of those proposals, those proposals became actions, actions were grouped in measures, those measures were grouped in programmes and those programmes were grouped in four objectives to achieve with the SDRF development. 8

9 27. Mr. Andrés Sánchez, Socioeconomic Assessment for the Sustainable Development Reference Framework Team member, Applied Economics Department of Almeria University, presented the social and economical assessment component of the SDRF. A new discourse about development in the future was articulated for the SDRF having into account the three main historical features of this territory: the isolation, the aridity and the coastline. Some difficulties that produced the late development of the CAMP area. 28. Mr. David Uclés, Socioeconomic Assessment for the Sustainable Development Reference Framework Team member, Studies Institute Director, Cajamar Foundation, presented the intensive agriculture as the main economical engine of the territory until the present, it brought a confused view of the local population about water availability. The other economical engine was the construction, with a wrong confidence of being able to sell everything built. There is a lack of economical diversity in the territory. 29. Mr. Andrés Sánchez, Socioeconomic Assessment for the Sustainable Development Reference Framework Team member, Applied Economics Department of Almeria University, took the floor again, this time to present the new idea in which the SDRF is based: to build an intelligent territory in which nature conservation is an active and not a limitation, with a strong territorial identity, in which negative externalities are minimized and with a participative and transparent model of governance. 30. Mr. Hermelindo Castro, Sustainable Development Reference Framework Team Leader, CAESCG Director, University of Almeria, took the floor again in order to explain an example of each of the objectives included in the SDRF: a. The improvement of the water cycle model; b. Boost action improving territorial integration of uses and production activities to conciliate their coexistence in the area; c. Stimulate the adoption of sustainable practices that promote optimisation of natural resources, ensure maintenance of environmental services and propitiate the generation of green employment; d. Consolidate a transparent, participatory governance promoting social participation and institutional coordination in decision-making to ensure integrated coastal management for the benefit of present and future generations. Finally, he remarked that to achieve those objectives through the Action Plan included in the SDRF is essential for the territory and, CAMP Levante de Almeria project was confirmed that stakeholders agree with this point of view. Therefore it is crucial that administrations responsible of the SDRF implementation work in this sense. Agenda item 7: Lessons learned from Local, Regional and National perspective 31. Mr. Emilio Roldán del Valle Executive Director CAMP Levante de Almeria, Chief of Service in Almeria for the RENPA, Regional Government for Agriculture, Fishing and Environment took the floor in order to remark that despite the difficulties that the project had in its initial stage, the best lesson to learn with this project is the social and political commitment with the agreements reached. CAMP Levante de Almeria is a complex project, of difficult understanding, but once that this 9

10 difficulty was resolve it became exemplar. CAMP project experience should serve as model for other management projects. 32. Mr. Jose Luis Buceta, Division for the Sea Protection, General Directorate for the Coast and the Sea Sustainability, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, did some reflexions about what CAMP project Levante de Almeria means for the technical point of view. CAMP Levante de Almeria is a conceptual change about how the coast is managed, with an interesting approach, the management of the sea shouldn t be separated of the coastal management and, in other hand the integration of sectoral policies, which is a key matter. The institutional coordination was exemplar within this project, it was the first time that different administrations were sat in the same table to debate and reach common views. It is also interesting the link with the scientific sector and the social sector. One surprising conclusion for the CAMP project and included in the SDRF is that social and technical sector request to the administration to accomplish with legal obligations. Also the improvement of the knowledge plays an important role in the SDRF which is essential for a good ICZM. The awareness about the coast fragility and importance and the availability of environmental information for the citizenship is fundamental for the proper work of the administration, and it is also a key aspect gathered in the SDRF. To finalize he did a special recognition to the staff involved in the project development, the General Coordinator and the Coastal Technical Office. Agenda item 8: Official closure 33. Mr. José María Garrido, Coastal Council Chairman, FACUA Vice-president, thanked to the public their participation in this important day in which the SDRF is being presented. He said that he was very proud of the SDRF, and it is the music that the political and social stakeholder orchestra must play after this day. Being aware of the difficulty to get an agreement between political and social stakeholders we are also aware that SDRF is the music we want to play. He encouraged the continuity of the project with the post project phase. 34. Mr. José Manuel Ortíz Bono, Coastal Commission Chairman, Territorial Delegate in Almeria Province for Agriculture, Fishing and Environment, highlighted the CAMP Levante de Almeria project success in three scales, at the local level, with the function of this pioneering governance model. We are very proud in the local level and we are aware of the challenge that the implementation of the SDRF means. In the national and regional level, CAMP Levante de Almeria put to Andalusia in head of the ICZM, Almeria now has a big responsibility to serve as a demonstrative experience for the rest of the Andalusian coastline and; in the international scale with the foster of the implementation of the ICZM Protocol. He reminded the objectives agreed in the SDRF and he acknowledge to all the staff and stakeholders that made CAMP Levante de Almeria possible, and he committed to do his best in order that the Final Presentation Conference it is just a turning point between the CAMP Levante de Almería development and the implementation of the SDRF. 35. Mr. Andrés M. García Lorca, National Government Sub-delegate in Almeria Province, reminded the seed of the CAMP Levante de Almeria in 2005, according to his opinion CAMP Levante de Almeria is essential for operative responses which are important for the Mediterranean basin. Public administrations has to be committed with the results even when it is difficult go from discussion and action. Public action to control and follow up of the SDRF is vital. In this regard, in quality of representative of the State, Spanish Government will always serve to the general interest, there is a need for a better management of the areas as CAMP Levante de Almeria area, we have to specially thanks the volunteer activity of the stakeholders that cooperated with this project, and also to the 10

11 technicians involved in the development and the integration of results of CAMP Levante de Almeria. 11

12 ANEXO I. Final Presentation Conference Agenda Final Presentation Conference February 4, 2013, Almeria Archaeological Museum Ronda Road nº91 Almeria 10:00-11:00 Registration and distribution of documents 11:00-11:50 Welcome VIDEO: CAMP Levante de Almeria, testing a model of Integrated Coastal Zones Management Mr. Luis Rogelio Rodríguez Comendador, Almeria City Mayor; Ms. María Luisa Silva Mejías, Coordinator and Executive Secretary, Mediterranean Action Plan, United Nations Environment Programme; Mr. Luis Planas Puchades, Councillor for the Agriculture, Fishing and Environment, Andalusian Government; Mr. Federico Ramos de Armas, Secretary of State for Environment, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment. 11:50-12:05 CAMP Levante de Almeria from the Mediterranean perspective Mr. Marko Prem, Deputy Director PAP/RAC, Mediterranean Action Plan, United Nations Environment Programme. 12:05-12:55 CAMP Project activities and results. Ms. Ana Correa Peña, General Coordinator CAMP Levante de Almeria, PAP/RAC Consultant, Mediterranean Action Plan, United Nations Environment Programme; Ms. Pilar Villegas, Coastal Technical Office Coordinator, Agency for the Environment and Water Resources. 12:55-13:10 Results obtained with the Coastal Council participation: Imagine Methodology Mr. Simon G. Bell, Imagine Team Leader, Open University. 13:10-13:55 Sustainable Development Reference Framework and its socioeconomic perspective Mr. Hermelindo Castro Nogueiras, Sustainable Development Reference Framework Team Leader, CAESCG, University of Almería; Mr. Andrés Sánchez Picón, Socioeconomic Assessment for the Sustainable Development Reference Framework Team member, Applied Economics Department. Almeria University. 13:55-14:25 Round table: Lessons learned from Local, Regional and National perspective Mr. Antonio Jesus Rodríguez, Coastal Commission Vice- Chair, Mayor of Níjar; Mr. Emilio Roldán del Valle, Executive Director CAMP Levante de Almeria, Chief of Service in Almeria for the RENPA, Regional Government for Agriculture, Fishing and Environment; Mr. Jose Luis Buceta, Division for the Sea Protection, General Directorate for the Coast and the Sea Sustainability, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment. 14:25-14:45 Official Closure Mr. José María Garrido, Coastal Council Chairman, FACUA Vice-president; Mr. José Manuel Ortíz Bono, Coastal Commission Chairman, Territorial Delegate in Almeria Province for Agriculture, Fishing and Environment. 14:45 Andalusian wine and appetizer 12

13 ANEXO II. PARTICIPANTES (POR ORDEN ALFABÉTICO) Acebes de Pablos, Elena Water Cycle Sustainable Use Team Leader, Ecomimesis. Acosta Aceituno, Juan Carlos Interpreter Addis, Daniela CAMP Italy Aguilera Martínez, Rafael Leopoldo Alarcón López, Manuel Conservation of Cultural Heritage Team Leader, La Pita Verde. Alarcón Vicente, Salvador Alférez, Juan José Coastal Council, ASEMA Amérigo Fernández, Antonio Jesús Media Ávila Elviro, Javier Landscape Valuation expert group member Batlles Paniagua, Jesús Coastal Commission Technical Delegate, RG Bell, Simon G. Imagine Team Leader, Open University Blanco, Javier Media Buceta Miller, José Luis CAMP Levante de Almería steering committee, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment Cabello Piñar, Javier Coastal Council, Almería University Francisco Cáceres Clavero ISLA expert group member, RGoE 13

14 Calaforra Chordi, José María Landscape valuation expert group member, Almería University Callejón Mayoral, Daniel Coastal Technical Office Officer Canals Ventin, María Purificación Marine Environment Sustainable Use expert group member, MEDPAN Cano Marín, Ana María Coastal Commission, Pulpi Municipality Cano Serrano, Eugenio Cañizares García, Maribel Water Cycle Sustainable Use, Improvement of the Management Criteria of the MTHPD and ISLA expert group member, Andalusian Water and Environment Agency Caparrós Martínez, José Luis Caparrós Fernández, Adoración Coastal Council member, ADUTECA Castillo Mesa, Miguel Ángel Coastal Commission Technical Delegate, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment. Castillo Ortega, Nicolás Coastal Council member, ASVOAL Castro Nogueira, Hermelindo SDRF Team Leader, CAESCG, Almeria University Cebrián Menchero, Daniel SPA/RAC Chelleri, Lorenzo Colomina Berenguel, José Vicente Contreras Sánchez, Alonso CAMP collaborator, Landsofwaves, Correa Peña, Ana 14

15 CAMP Levante de Almeria General Coordinator Crespo, Carmen National Government Delegate in Andalusia Region De Villamore, Enrique CP/RAC Domínguez Prats, Patricia Doucet, José Luis Coastal Commission Technical Delegate, Port Authority Egea García, Pedro Escámez García, María Dolores Escudero Moreno, María Cruz Fernández Luque, Ismael Ferrer Tesoro, Sonia Government Delegate of Andalusia in Almería Province Ferri Belda, Ramón Coastal Council member, AEATLA Flores Castro, Diego Flores Ruiz, Gemma Coastal Council member, COAG Francés Herrera, Isaac ISLA Team Leader, CAESCG García Ortíz, Eva María García, Margarita 15

16 García Lorca, Andrés Miguel Coastal Commission Member, Spanish Government Sub delegate in Almeria Province García Espinosa, Eloisa Garrido García, José María Coastal Council member, FACUA Giménez Morales, Paula Coastal Council Member, Garrucha Neighbours Association Giménez Viola, Adela Góngora Belmonte, Andrés González Fernández, Mónica Good Practices in Productive Activities expert group member González Miralles, José Guerra González, Pilar Coastal Commission Technical Delegate, Vera Municipality Gutiérrez Pastor, María del Mar Guzmán Álvarez, José Ramón CAMP Levante de Almería Steering Committee member, Regional Government of Agriculture, Fishing and Environment Hermosa Bonilla, Antonio Coastal Council member, Asociación de Amigos del Parque Natural Cabo de Gata Níjar Hernández Ridao, Beatriz Coastal Commission Technical Delegate, Carboneras Municipality Hernando, Rafael Iranzo Alhambra, Pilar Neri Good Practices in Productive Activities expert group member, GDR 16

17 Izquierdo Pélaez, Carmen Water Cycle Sustainable Use, Improvement of the Management Criteria of the MTHPD expert group member. Jeudy De Grissac, Alain Marine Environment Sustainable Use expert group member, IUCN Med Jiménez Las Armas, Federico Secretary of State of Environment Lazo Fuentes, Antonio Simón Coastal Council member, ADUTECA Liria Sánchez, Oscar Manuel Coastal Commission member. Dipute of Almería Province in Environment and Agriculture López Navarro, Antonio Coastal Commission Technical Delegate, Government of the Almería Province López, Norberto Media López Aguilera, Liberio Coastal Council member, Almería Neighbours Association López Leiva María José Good Practices in Productive Activities expert group member, Koppert Marín Irigaray, Elvira Conservation of Cultural Heritage Team Leader, La Pita Verde Marín Marín, Alberto Landscape Valuation expert group member Martín García, Juan Landscape Valuation expert group member Martínez Triguero, José María Mendoza Castellón, Rosa María Landscape Valuation expert group member Molina Padial, María del Mar Good Practices in Productive Activities expert group member 17

18 Moreno Lucena, Ana Moreno Lampreave, Diego Marine Environment Sustainable Use expert group member Morote Córdoba, Elvira Navarro Sorroche, Ana María Coastal Commission Technical Delegate, Regional Government of Tourism Navarro Romero, Jorge Good Practices in Productive Activities expert group member, COAG Navarro Pastor, Javier Nevado Ariza, Juan Carlos Marine Environment Sustainable Use expert group member, Regional Government of Agriculture, Fishing and Environment Ortiz Bono, José Manuel Coastal Commission member, Territorial Delegate of Agriculture, Fishing and Environment in Almeria Province Ortiz Vergel, Francisco Coastal Council member, Níjar Neighbours Association Ortiz Soler, Domingo Conservation of Cultural Heritage expert group member Orts Sánchez, Ricardo Padua Ferrer, Miguel Ángel Coastal Council member, FAAM Páez Soto, Carmen Conservation of Cultural Heritage expert group member, GDR Paracuellos Rodríguez, Mariano Pérez López, Francisco Coastal Commission Technical Delegate, Mojácar Municipality 18

19 Pérez Sánchez, José Antonio Coastal Council member, Cuatro Vegas Irrigation Association Pérez Muñoz Ana Belén Landscape Valuation Team Leader, NUBIA Prem Marko CAMP Levante de Almería steering committee member, PAP/RAC Prynne, Fraser Coastal Council member, Cuevas del Almanzora Neighbours Association Raya López, Laura CAMP Levante de Almería steering committee member, Regional Government of Agriculture, Fishing and Environment Requena Nieto, José Rivas Rodríguez, Ángel Rodríguez Navarro, Estefanía Good Practices in Productive Activities expert group member, Almeria University Roldán del Valle, Emilio CAMP Levante de Almería steering committee member, Regional Government of Agriculture, Fishing and Environment Romagosa, Francesc Román García, Fermín Coastal Council member, ASAJA Ruíz García, Alfonso Conservation of Cultural Heritage expert group member, Regional Government of Culture Saavedra Inaraja, Pablo Coastal Commission Member, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment Sabio, Vicente Coastal Commission, Secretary of the Government Sub delegation in Almeria Province Andrés Sánchez Picón SDRF Team, Almeria University 19

20 Scardi, Michelle CAMP Italia Sempere Gimenez, Francisco Water Cycle Sustainable Use, Improvement of the Management Criteria of the MTHPD expert group member. Senosiain, Beatriz Media Silva Mejías, Maria Luisa MEDU MAP Sola Sola, Valentin Coastal Council member, FAAM Soto Carrillo Ramón Tormo Aguilar, Miriam Water Cycle Sustainable Use, Improvement of the Management Criteria of the MTHPD expert group member. Uclés Aguilera, David SDRF Team, Cajamar Foundation Valdés Tapias, Isabel Coastal Council member, FAAM Valera Martínez, Cristóbal Coastal Commission, Garrucha Municipality Van Der Blom, Jan Agriculture Team Leader Vargas Escudero, Víctor Landscape valuation expert group member Vega, Iñaki Media Viciana Martínez-Lage, Alfonso Water Cycle Sustainable Use, Improvement of the Management Criteria of the MTHPD expert group member. 20

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