We must preserve and strengthen our natural legacy, which is also our greatest life insurance. We can do this by protecting natural spaces to guarantee preservation of biodiversity, or “ecosystem restoration techniques,” that help us to recover our most degraded areas. We are capable of, and responsible for returning the environment’s main regulation tools to it, so they can once again become functional and be less vulnerable to the effects of climate change.
Climate change is the greatest environmental, social and economic challenge of the 21st century.
This blog aims to provide environmental content on mitigating and adapting to climate change with a simple, yet forceful focus to reach all users.
Fundación Canal’s mission is to create knowledge opportunities and to encourage a culture of water. This commitment comes to life through innovation, environmental, art and cultural programmes. Since its creation almost two decades ago, over six million people have participated in its activities.
Located in Plaza Castilla, one of the main connection and meeting points in Madrid, Fundación Canal has a wide variety of spaces and facilities equipped with the newest equipment to adapt to every need.