2017 MAB Youth Forum. 18 september

Po Delta Biosphere Reserve — ITALY, 17–23 September 2017

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18 september 2017

While the choice is left to participants to decide in which order to take part in these training workshops, their attendance is somehow mandatory and warmly recommended as, on these occasions, participants will be provided with fundamental inputs which will inspire and guide the debates and elaborations of the forum during the following days.

The 3 modules on communication will run in parallel and will be repeated 3 times in the day. This will give the opportunity to the participants to follow them all in 3 different moments of the day. Registration will be done on the spot, at the following locations:

Module 1: Main Conference Hall of the Congress Centre
Module 2: Mezzanine floor of the Congress Centre
Module 3: Restaurant of the Rosapineta Sud Village

Module 1
Ève Ferguson
“Creating the MAB Global Communication Strategy”

Ève Ferguson

Module 2
Gianluca Costantini “Drawing Territory”

Gianluca Costantini (Channeldraw)

Module 3
Gianpiero Riva “Making the best use of your smartphone” and “ Bring your photos and videos to the maximum quality”

Gianpiero Riva

Warming up sessions on the Contribution of Biosphere Reserves to the 2030 Agenda — Conference hall of the Congress Centre
Marena Heindrup Biosphere reserves as arenas for implementing the 2030 Agenda, Experiences from the Swedish. MAB programme.

Malena Heinrup

Guided visit at the National Archaeological Museum of Adria

The National Archaeological Museum of Adria gathers exhibits from Adria and Basso Polesine, the area that in the ancient times used to be the centre of contacts between the Mediterranean world, Northern Italy and the Central European Culture. The heart of the exhibition is the Bocchi collection, founded between the 18th and the 19th century, including some bronze valuables, a vast collection of Attica’s ceramics with black and red figures, works of most famous painters and an extraordinary collection of glass from the Roman Age.
A guided tour has been organized by students from the “G. Cipriani” State ProfessionalInstitute for Enogastronomy and Hotel Hospitality, during which the illustration of the archaeological finds will be accompanied, in parallel, by a path of consistent local gastronomy specialties tastings.

The National Archaeological Museum of Adria

Opening ceremony — Municipal Theatre of Adria

Interventions by:

Multimedia presentation of the objectives of the forum, Emilio Casalini

Flavia Schlegel, UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Natural Sciences

Barbara Degani, Under-Secretary of the Italian Ministry of Environment and Protection of Land and Sea