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The Maritime Fisheries Institute of Lanzarote hosts an exhibition about the effects of Climate Change

Inform the population in general and students in particular The causes and ways to reduce climate change in the islands are the purpose of the exhibition on the effects of climate change in the Canary Islands, which can be visited at the Polytechnic Institute of Maritime Fishing Professional Training in the Canary Islands (Lanzarote Fishing School) between January 30 and February 9, 2014.

In the sample requested by the Biosphere Reserve and the Fishing School, 41 panels explain the general causes of climate change on the planet, the most obvious effects, and also the indirect effects on the ecosystem of the Archipelago. It also highlights existing solutions to mitigate these impacts, highlighting the necessary changes in productive sectors, regulations, and daily practices.

Organized by the Ministry of Ecological Transition, Fight against Climate Change and Territorial Planning In collaboration with FECAM, created by the Green Offices of the Canary Islands, the exhibition offers to tour the islands, to bring to the population an issue that is not usually faced outside the most populated and industrialized areas and that, however, affects all the territories of the island.

For those visiting the exhibition, there is a guided tour service provided by environmental facilitators, who manage the interpretation and adaptation of the exhibition routes according to the profile and needs of the people attending.

The guided tour schedule for the general public takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays during each peak hour from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm and lasts approximately 50 minutes.

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