LIFE PROJECT: VÍA DE LA PLATA, SOLUTIONS TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN SALAMANCA
Alonside research teams from the University of Salamanca and the Salamanca City Council, the UNESCO Chair is participating in the LIFE Project: Vía de la Plata, solutions to climate change in Salamanca.
The project consists of implementing and demonstrating the Green Infrastructures Network strategy in the city of Salamanca (which has been declared a World Heritage Site), turning the cattle route known as ‘Vía de la Plata’ into a green corridor.
The project covers a total surface area of 261 hectares, divided into 6 pilot zones in accordance with different environmental and morphological characteristics, with 12 different environmental units. The project also aims to connect the city with the Natura 2000 Network through the Cordel de Miranda pathway and the Vía de la Plata Natural Green Route.
It is located within the framework of the European Union’s Programme for the Environment and Climate Action (LIFE), based on the premise ‘Living well, within the limits of our planet‘.
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