Conference: From the heart, how to make urban biodiversity relevant?

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Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Location: Isthmus School auditorium, building 106, City of Knowledge. Phone: (507) 3170080
Free entry, open to the public

Zoologist Jorge Ventocilla has a whole life dedicated to the understanding and conservation of the fauna and flora. In the various facets in which his love for nature manifests itself, one of the most outstanding is that of communicator, and writer, being author or coauthor of the books “¡Cebaco!: La historia de la isla de Cebaco, contada por sus habitantes”, “El espíritu de la Tierra: Plantas y animales en la vida del pueblo kuna”, “Animales y plantas de la ciudad de Panamá, una guía para 80 especies”, among others.

Ventocilla works in communications for the Smithsonian Institution and is a contributor to the Full Moon Biomuseo blog: http://www.biomuseopanama.org/en/blog/

This conference will bring us closer to the importance of promoting biodiversity in urban environments.