Biosphere of Fuerteventura hosted in Madrid already received 3 361 people !


The exhibition has received 3,361 Biosphere Fuerteventura visitors in its first ten days of opening to the public in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Madrid. Coinciding with the presence of the exhibition and the project The Path of Cetaceans, the Royal Botanical Gardens is also home tomorrow, Wednesday, a day of conferences dedicated to the 40 years the Man and Biosphere (MAB) Programme, which gave rise the World Network of Biosfera.La Ministry of Environment, Agriculture and Fisheries council managed the arrival of Biosphere Fuerteventura in the Spanish capital with the Ministry of Culture of the Cabildo, the Biosphere Reserve Fuerteventura and within the framework of an agreement between the CSIC, the Ministry of Environment, Rural and Marine Affairs, and Fuerteventura Cabildo. The Minister of the area, Natalia Evora, notes that “From the beginning, Biosphere Fuerteventura has shown the interest that is able to generate with the public, as we saw with the nearly two hundred people attended the opening and checking the large amount of media that has picked up the story both before and after the arrival of the sample to the Royal Botanic Gardens. ”

Coinciding with the presence of the exhibition and the project Biosphere Fuerteventura La Senda de Los Cetáceos’en Royal Botanic Garden Madrid, tomorrow, 23, will take place in the hall of this institution holding the 40-year time commitment sustainability. New challenges for the Biosphere Reserves, to commemorate the anniversary of the Man and Biosphere (MAB) Programme, under whose umbrella the 564 have emerged biosphere reserves in 109 countries around the world that today comprise the World Wide Web reserves.

Fuerteventura Biosphere exposure remain in the Villanueva Pavilion Royal Botanic Gardens until next March 27 this month from 10.00 to 18.00 and 10.00 next a19.00 hours. Attendance is free after paying the entrance to the Garden.

Biosphere Fuerteventura is an exhibition of feelings and thoughts about nature, mainly using visual tools. Conceived by a group of artists from photography, music, film and design, advised by leading experts in natural sciences, the exhibition is part of an outreach project and awareness of the importance of care and protection planet’s natural resources by taking as an example the statement of Fuerteventura as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. Its purpose is to familiarize the public about the efforts of UNESCO and the Cabildo of Fuerteventura to preserve natural and cultural diversity.

During the exhibition, the Biosphere Reserve extends the Path of Cetaceans installation at the Royal Botanic Gardens, the skeleton of a Bryde’s impressive 8-meter for study and enjoyment of visitors.

The Path of Cetaceans intend to show in public places and landmarks unique elements of nature, beautifying, if possible, with sculptures built with skeletons of various species of cetaceans stranded on the beaches of Fuerteventura.

Source : Canarias7

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