Project co-ordinators at Murcia: Pedro García Moreno. José Luis Villaescusa Gallego.
The detailed analysis of the spanish coast, province by province, go on. Second destination to complete is Murcia province, in mid east Spain, facing the Mediterranean sea. There will start the record of the audiovisual S.O.S. SPANISH COASTLINE, by the hand of our photography director Alberto Saiz. It will be recorded in High Definition Video and will be presented at european level, as it has happened previously with other of my projects as 100% NATURAL, showed in 8 macroevents in Europe about photography, documentaries and wildlife conservation.
Our project co-ordinators on location are Pedro García Moreno, from ANSE NGO, with a large experience as activist in preserving our natural heritage and José Luis Villaescusa Gallego, press reporter and photographer. Previous to the analysis it has been developed a document with the main agressions to report, as the urbanization in front of El Fraile island, at Águilas and some threatens coming as the crazy Marina Cope project that will destroy the land that was a natural park and was requalyfied to allow build it.
From mid august to mid september Murcia coastline is to be carefully explored to be integrated in this project that will list the places with high landscape values to be urgently protected. We remind we are close to 50 supports from organizations, associations, foundations, Ngo´s, and even enterprises. And there are lots more coming. A crew is working in achieving international endorsement letters.
Soon or late the author of this project will date an interview with the provincial and regional authorities to inform about S.O.S. SPANISH COASTLINE to inform about the aim of the project, the status and threatens on Murcia coastal landscape and the future use of the information, the texts and the photographs.
While so, the rest of the S.O.S. team has organized in working groups, has received new members and is ready for the second stage on this crusade by the integrate heritage of our coast.
The website is being developed by the dessign team and soon you will have the chance to discover what a powerful tool it is. Keep in touch.