We bring sustainability to the attention of future sea professionals
“We only protect what we know and love”
#Nauticinbluis an educational path that involves about 1500 Italian students every year from different nautical institutes. The aim is of teaching new skills to complete their training in particular concerning environmental protection and the sustainability of our marine resources.
Genoa, La Spezia and Trieste in the north, Rome, Bari, Civitavecchia, Porto Santo Stefano, Bagnoli, Piano di Sorrento, Ischia, Procida, Catania, Palermo, Sciacca, Milazzo, Messina, Porto Empedocle, Trapani in the center and south, Ortona and Ancona on the Adriatic: these are the cities of the nautical institutes involved. They represent diversity and variation of the marine environments found in the Mediterranean Sea.
Nauticiinblu online teaching
During the year 2020/2021, due to the pandemic, the educational experience will mainly take place through distance learning but recommending, nonetheless, external connections with turtle recovery centers, scuba divers and virtual visits to museums.
In Sicily, the project relies on 70% of the Nautical Institutes present in the area. For the launch of the project, a collective lesson was organized in DAD which was attended by all the students of the institutes involved together with Marevivo experts and the new Undersecretary for Education, Senator Barbara Floridia who wanted to dedicate her first official daily duty to young students and teachers from Sicilian institutes.
The message of the Commander General Admiral Pettorino to the students of Nauticinblu
The environmental education activity aims to create new professional profiles, useful not only to the world of boating, ports, logistics but to the blue economy in general. The course is structured through workshops both in classroom and outdoors.
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Our online-video lectures
Starting from may 2020 we started online environmental education Together with our biologists, operators and environmental educators we have prepared a series of video-lessons thanks to which the students can continue working remotely.