The 6th Malaga Viva Meeting of the Malaga Provincial Council will take place on October 27, in which the role of the ‘Disseminators in the face of climate change’ will be analysed.
The fourth vice president and deputy for the Environment and Climate Change, Cristóbal Ortega, explained that “with this forum we continue to respond to citizen concerns about the environment and climate change. After having had figures of all kinds, such as scientists, researchers or environmental businessmen -he added-, we are going to set our goal on the disseminators”.
The program will include the oceanographer and meteorologist of Antena 3, Mercedes Martín, who will offer the paper ‘Disseminators of climate change. Professionals, diverse and essential’.
The meeting will continue with a dialogue table in which Javier Peña, scientific and environmental disseminator and founder of the ‘Hope!’ movement, will participate; Caty Arévalo, environmental communicator and BBVA Foundation Biodiversity Award winner; and Clemente Álvarez, journalist and coordinator of Climate and Environment at El País.
5th Viva Malaga Awards
The meeting will continue with the delivery of the V ‘Málaga Viva’ Awards, awards that recognize the work and good environmental practices of people, institutions, organizations and companies in the province of Malaga.
This year the awards have gone to Rafael Haro, the Estepona City Council, the Andalimpia Association and the company Foliaproject.