Videos of the presentations of the final seminar of the LIFE IREKIBAI project

Videos of the presentations

(Presentations and videos in Spanish)

SEMINARIO FINAL – PROYECTO LIFE IREKIBAI

The LIFE-IREKIBAI project ended its journey with the celebration of the final Seminar that takes stock of the joint actions of Navarra and Gipuzkoa to improve the river connectivity of the Leitzaran and Bidasoa basins.

Here you can see the videos of the lectures of the LIFE IREKIBAI Project Seminar:

Final Seminar

November 25, 2020

Presentations

  • Greetings from the LIFE IREKIBAI project.

Iñigo Mendiola. Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa

  • Framework presentation: Why, when and how Iberian fish migrate

Marc Ordeix. Centre d’Estudis dels Rius Mediterranis

Section LIFE IREKIBAI

  • Project overview and ecosystem services.

Javier Pérez. HAZI Foundation

  • Elimination of obstacles in the Leitzaran and the Bidasoa rivers.

Eduardo Sancho. Basque Water Agency URA

Felipe Alvarez. Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa

Luis Sanz. Environmental Management of Navarra

  • Changes in habitats and river geomorphology

Askoa Ibisate. University of the Basque Country

  • Changes in species: salmon and Iberian desman

José Ardaiz. Government of Navarra

Jorge Gonzalez. Desma Environmental Studies

  • Participation and dissemination processes

Ana Varela. Environmental Management of Navarra

Section Invited entities

  • Permeabilization works of Cantabrian HC

Noemí López. Cantabrian Hydrographic Confederation

  • Elimination of river obstacles at European level

Pao Fernández. World Fish Migration Foundation

  • Fish Migration River, project about to be implemented

Jeroen van Herk. Oak Consultans

  • Clousure of the Seminar.

Enrique Eraso. Director of the Biodiversity Service of the Department of Rural Development and Environment of the Government of Navarra

The actions of the project have been articulated around three main lines of action. On the one hand, the restoration of rivers, which has accounted for most of the investment; on the other, the improvement of knowledge about the management and restoration of river basins; and finally, raising awareness in society about the values ​​and environmental services that our rivers provide.

Both the details of the actions carried out and the results of the project are included in the LAYMAN REPORT and the video about the project, which is available at the following link.

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