Last Saturday October 22, Life Terra attended the PLAMTA Conference which reunites environmental organizations in Spain. The Conference was part of the festival Arona SOS Atlántico and it took place in Tenerife, in The Canary Islands.
On the first day, we planted 26 trees and shrubs at a local school with 20 first and second-grade students.
On the second day, Life Terra gave a presentation called "driving citizen participation to tackle the climate crisis". More than 10 environmental organisations also shared their progress and strategies on various sustainability issues including fashion, agriculture, restoration, marine litter, education and ecosystem restoration.
On the third day, the organisations participating in person planted a symbolic tree to mark our shared commitment.
You can find the presentation here.
Thanks to PLAMTA for the organisation and for inviting us.