Conference on conservation of protected areas in Mesoamerica is held in San Jose
With the motto “From land to sea, linking peoples and ecosystems” began the IV Mesoamerican Congress on Protected Areas which is held in San José, Costa Rica, and brings together officials from seven countries and environmentalists.
the Guest countries at the appointment are Belize, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama and Dominican Republic, who will discuss with environmental experts issues concerning the conservation of biodiversity in protected areas of this region.
The event was organized by the Central American Commission on Environment and Development (CCAD), in which are involved environmental organizations, state officials and experts.
René Castro, Minister of Environment and Energy of Costa Rica said in his welcome speech. `Now we must ask ourselves where we are going, and those answers have to get out of here.They have to be innovative, creative, proposals, result of experiences that allow us to build for the future. ´