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Back to the Future The documentary comes to Cartagena (16/06/2015)

It is narrated in first person by fishermen, and by the Columbares Association and the University of Murcia, under the PescaSos project.

on Thursday June 18 will be released at 20 am in the Museum of the Roman Theatre

The short documentary Back to the Future arrives in the city of Cartagena to tell the history and tradition of artisanal fisheries on our coast, narrated in first person by artisanal fishermen.

It is made ​​by the Columbares Association and the University of Murcia under the PescaSos project.

The premiere will be next Thursday, June 18 at 20 pm in the auditorium of the Museum of the Roman Theatre.

Through the voices and personal stories of the fishermen, highlights the problems of the artisanal fisheries sector, it evolves over decades, fishermen expectations for the future and the role potential marine protected areas as a management tool and preservation of the environment and fisheries.

The documentary has already gone through Murcia Cabo de Palos, with over 300 attendees.

After the success, Back to the Future he arrives at Roman Theatre in Cartagena and Columbares Association, in collaboration with the University of Murcia.

After the screening of the short documentary, there will be a panel discussion moderated by the journalist of the newspaper La Verdad, Gregory Marble, staffed with experts in the fisheries sector, diving, administration of the University and conservation organizations, which It will discuss the current state of the oceans, sustainable fisheries and marine reserves.

This short documentary, made ​​under the PescaSos project contributes to scientific knowledge especially in marine reserves of Cabo de Palos-Hormigas Islands and Cabo de Gata-Nijar, promoting cooperation between scientists and the fishing industry.

With this release, the City of Cartagena and Columbares Association put the finishing touches to the program of activities undertaken during the months of May and June to raise public awareness about the environmental and social values ​​of the Marine Reserve of Cabo de Palos -Canary Ants, on the 20th anniversary of its declaration.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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