Video language: English
A conversation with Fabio Vallarola, Architect-PhD, actually the head of the Environment and Green Economy department in the Municipality of Ancona, has been registered since 2003 in the National Park Directors Register (L.394/1991) and has been manager of protected areas in his career wherever in Italy: “Gran Sasso-Monti Laga National Park”; “Pollino National Park”; “Borsacchio Natural Reserve” and, last but not least, from 2009 to 2021 at “Torre Cerrano Marine Protected Area”. On the international stage, he has been involved in the MedPAN Board of Directors; IUCN GreenList EAGLE Team, and MPAs networks and NGOs.
He has never stopped his studies with Master’s in “Landscape-Environmental Design”; “Management, Sustainable Development and Multilevel Governance”; “Sustainable Mobility”; “Marine Biology” and a second degree in Tourism Sciences. From 2020 he is an Adjunct Professor of “Marine Policy and Governance” in the Marine Biology course at Polytechnic University of Marche–Ancona.
About ENSERES project:
The cumulative impacts of overexploitation, population, governance and climate change exerted pressures on Mediterranean coastal and marine areas are leading to undermine biodiversity, ecosystem integrity and threatening the Mediterranean lifestyle. To ensure sustainability, and at the same time, increased blue economy plans demands to protect vulnerable areas and the local economy, the use of ecosystem-based management (EBM) approaches is becoming crucial to address such impacts based on strengthening social and ecological resilience. The heart of the solution would be to set transformative governance mechanisms, building capacities, ensuring sustainable financial and community engagement for bringing improvements to people’s lives and nature. To deal with these global challenges and support the implementation of transformative changes in the Mediterranean region, ENSERES capitalizes on existing transferable models and tools to promote the application of integrated governance and management approaches across administrative boundaries, and sustainable financing instruments across scales and users
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