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Projeto
"Bringing Nature Back to LIFE"
"Ecological Restoration and Conservation of the Green Coastal Wet Infrastructure of Praia da Vitória"

The Team

Dra Paula Ramos

(Alderman for the environment issues)

Eng. Elisabete Nogueira

(Project Coordinator)

Residents

Madail Àvila

Graduate in Marine Biology, University of the Azores and Master in Management and Conservation of Nature by the University of the Azores.

Sónia Santos

Degree in Environmental Engineering and Management from the University of the Azores and Master in Environment, Health and Safety from the University of the Azores. Technician responsible for water quality monitoring.

Mariana Brito

Degree in Nature Guides by the University of the Azores. Master in Management and Conservation of Nature by the University of the Azores. Technique responsible for monitoring Flora.

Sofia Goulart

Degree in Nature Guides by the University of the Azores. Master in Management and Conservation of Nature by the University of the Azores. Technician responsible for monitoring the Avifauna.

Mónica Ourique

Degree in Civil Protection, University of the Azores and Master in Volcanology and Geological Hazards. Technique responsible for GIS mappings.

Ricardo Toste

Degree in Economics and Management from the Institute of Economics and Management of Lisbon. Technical responsible for the financial area.

Employees / Trainees

César Pimentel

(Collaborator of the LIFE CWR Project, within the framework of the Recuperar program), Degree in Environmental Engineering and Management.

Hugo Gomes

Trainee of the LIFE Project CWR, Graduate in Environmental Education by the Polytechnic Institute of Bragança with a postgraduate degree in Environmental Education by the Polytechnic Institute of Bragança.

Tiago Fagundes

Collaborator of the LIFE CWR Project, within the framework of the SEIA program, Technician of Geographic Information Systems, by the Professional School of Santa Casa da Misericórdia, Angra do Heroísmo.

Our mission

No one values what they do not know or what is out of sight. Every day a field team goes to our wetlands, LIFE CWR intervention sites to observe the wonderful web of life that is woven there every day. Species, behaviors and the relationships of living beings are observed among themselves and between the physical environment that surrounds them.

We observe

... and analyze the characteristics of the physical environment observed, namely water quality, support of this type of ecosystems, the expansion of bird species, the emergence of new species and we try to understand the relationship between successes and failures to ...

We register

... maintaining and changing conditions for ecosystems to move towards sustainability, so that our unique and unrepeatable natural heritage can be enjoyed by everyone who has this privilege in the present and future..

We protect