Today, Friday 21st of August, we start the integral descent of the Ebro river kayaking in Fontibre (Cantabria), with the aim of completing the 930Km. route to the Mediterranean Sea between the 12th and 14th of September.
There are world days of many important causes, but there is only one that unites them all: the "World Day of Nature", because it serves to remind us that it is "our" day, the day of all of us, animals, humans, or non-humans, as well as plants, landscapes and ecosystems in general.
We begin a process for selecting an adventurer who accepts the challenge of preparing the integral descent in Kayak of the Ebro river from the source until the sea, raising awareness and activating sustainable attitudes through its connection with water.
The United Nations COP25 Conference on Climate Change is about to conclude in Madrid, and I was able to participate last Tuesday there, in the “Climate Assembly” event organized in the Agora (Green Zone) by the “Community for the Climate".
The answer is very clear: yes, because it is the best option together to saving and efficiency; and the urgency of climate crisis pushes us to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
During the last 10 days of September the BLUEBRO TEST has been completed. This has been the activation phase of the BLUEBRO project, which will consist of the complete descent in Kayak of the largest river in the Iberian Peninsula in spring 2020.