The ‘Journey’ summer school organisers in Malta invite you to an online documentary screening and panel discussion on Tuesday 27 July on the topic of sustainable fisheries in the Mediterranean.
Do you want to learn more about sustainable fisheries and how to protect our marine environment? As part of the ‘Journey’ summer school, a public evening programme will show two short local documentaries on fisheries: ‘Kannizzati Fishing’ and ‘The Giant Deep Reds’, produced by local documentary makers Chris and Maurice Micallef. After the documentary screenings a panel discussion will follow, with opportunity for the audience to ask questions and engage in the discussion. The panel is made up of:
- Film maker Chris Micallef,
- Alicia Bugeja Said, Fisheries Advisor within the Ministry for Agriculture, Fisheries, Food and Animal Rights, and
- Alexia Massa-Gallucci, Senior Scientific Consultant at AquaBioTech Group.
Anyone interested to join the online documentary screening and panel discussion on Tuesday 27 July from 19:30-21:30 can register here [see full link included below].
The EIT Climate-KIC ‘Journey’ is a Europe-wide summer school programme for master students, postgraduates and young professionals who want to create an impact to tackle global climate change. The summer school is hosted locally, for the first time in Malta, with students from across Europe, by the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) and AquaBioTech Group from 26 July to 6 August 2021 and focuses on climate change challenges in the marine environment.
EIT Climate-KIC is the EU’s climate innovation initiative, working to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon and resilient world by enabling systems transformation. It is supported by the EIT, a body of the European Union. The ‘Journey’ is one of the Strategic Programmes of EIT Climate-KIC.
Registration link for the online documentary screening and discussion: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEqce-vpzooHdajUVRCzBusWZ1LsAeBbc0Z