On March 30 we celebrated a MOVE-ON SeaSketch capacity building event, part of the project’s Task 2.4 knowledge sharing and capacity building for ecosystem services methods. This online training aimed to show the capacity of the SeaSketch participatory platform for Marine Spatial Planning and the mapping and assess,emt of ecosystems and their services in the Anchor Project of Macaronesia. The training was attended by more than 40 participants. The main instructors were Dr. Will McClintock, creator of the SeaSketch platform and researcher at the University of California Santa Barbara, Dr. Francisco Otero Ferrer from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, and Maria Jao Cruz from the Blue Azores programme. The training was further complemented with an introduction to the MOVE-ON Project by Carolina Parelho from the Regional Fund for Science and Technology of the Azores and was moderated by PLANES member Jarumi Kato.
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