Smart Bay Santa Teresa

natural laboratory of research, technology, sustainable tourism and mussel farmingENEA, CNR and INGV, Municipality of Lerici, Scuola di Mare S. Teresa and Cooperativa Mitilicoltori Associati, with the contribution of all users of the Bay, collaborate to make the Bay of S. Teresa an ecosystem model to contrast the effects of climate change
The ProjectJoin us!

Smart Bay Santa Teresa

natural laboratory of research, technology, sustainable tourism and mussel farmingENEA, CNR and INGV, Municipality of Lerici, Scuola di Mare S. Teresa and Cooperativa Mitilicoltori Associati, with the contribution of all users of the Bay, collaborate to make the Bay of S. Teresa an ecosystem model to contrast the effects of climate change

The projectJoin us!

Research

Mollusc farming

Technology

Local authority

Sustainable tourism

Smart Bay needs you!

This bay is a valuable natural heritage, but to make it a model of sustainability only good behaviors will help to protect and regenerate the bay

Act responsibly

Abbi un comportamento r

a good behavior is the first step for protecting the natural resources of the bay

/

Observe and Respect

Observe and ask to the researchers or Scuola di Mare about the on-going projects. Do not touch or remove any marine and terrestrial organisms or experimental systems, but help us to control that ecosystems and technological items are kept in places

Keep yourself updated

Follow our news and projects to understand what is going on in the bay

Take action

Join our projects and become Smart Bay Santa Teresa Ambassador by actively contributing to monitor and protect the bay

Engage

Help us to build an enthusiastic community of Ambassadors for transforming the Bay in an example of sustainability

What is going on in the bay?

Seawater data from the bay and the mussel farm

See the graphs in real time See the data in real time

Articles

Ellisolandia elongata: a coralline alga to contrast the climate change

Ellisolandia elongata: a coralline alga to contrast the climate change

Ellisolandia elongata is a red alga (Rhodophyta) that, as all plants, terrestrial and marine, do photosynthesis, that is, produces oxygen by capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the sea. Being a coral alga, it is also able to deposit calcium carbonate (CaCO3) in its...

PLACALA Project- Plastic and Climate Change

PLACALA Project- Plastic and Climate Change

Plastic pollution and climate change are seriously treating aquatic ecosystems and biodiversity but the how these two anthropogenic stressors jointly affect the Ocean and its ecosystems is still poorly understood. The plastic contributes to GHGs global emissions...

Keep in touch!

    Quiz antispam

    Translate »
    RSS
    YouTube
    YouTube
    LinkedIn
    LinkedIn
    Share
    Follow by Email
    Instagram