On May 16th, National Scientists’ Day, the Centro Ciência Viva do Lousal (CCV-Lousal) made the LIFE RIBERMINE project known, where participants attended the inauguration of the travelling LIFE RIBERMINE exhibition, consisting of several communication and dissemination elements that made known the different aspects of the ecosystem restoration approach carried out in Portugal and Spain.
This ceremony was attended by Javier de la Villa Allbares and Maria Adoración Solorzano, members of the Dirección General de Transición Energética which belongs to the Consejería de Desarrollo Sostenible del Gobierno de Castilla-La Mancha. The audience included representatives from Sines City Council, the Portuguese Environment Agency (APA), the Alentejo Hydrographic Region Administration (ARH Alentejo) and students from a local school.