On 14 and 15 June, Blanca Sáez Lacave, from the European Commission’s EASME agency, and Maria José Aramburu, monitor of the Neemo EEIG consortium, visited us in order to monitor the actions being developed within the CONVIVE LIFE project, which aims to promote the coexistence of the conservation of the Cantabrian estuaries, their habitats and species, and anthropogenic activities.

During the first day, the representatives of the different partners of the project presented the state of development of the actions undertaken at the IHCantabria facilities and, subsequently, visited all the areas of action of the project in the field, where they discussed the development of the actions, their problems and the solutions finally adopted in each case.