Is a gathering community of donors, social entrepreneurs, and coastal practitioners, from the US and Latin America, committed to more sustainable forms of coastal development. As a community, they share, explore, refine and build capacity to further the implementation of innovative models throughout the Americas.
During March 12th to 14th - 2008, C-ESTA is convening a three-day dialogue in Rhode Island for a maximum of 50 participants to serve as a forum and flashpoint of ideas, experiences and opportunities to further develop this collaboration of individuals and institutions who wish to support and strengthen local and regional initiatives that are successfully implementing "ecosystem and community-based coastal stewardship” models throughout the Americas.
EcoCostas network members attending are, Agnes Saborio from Nicaragua, Machángeles Carvajal and Alejandro Robles from México, Patricia Majluf from Perú, and Maximiliano Bello from Chile.
This Event is sponsored by
The Sand County Foundation, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and the University of Rhode Island.
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