Capraia - May 2019
The summary of the ISOS workshop “Energy and Light Pollution on Small Islands” is now available!
This workshop was held on the island of Capraia (Tuscany-Italy) on May 22 & 23, 2019. It gathered around 40 international participants from different backgrounds (site managers, local public authorities, sector experts, etc.).
SESSION 2 - Reduce and master energy consumption
Introduction to session 2
Isola Capraia: a zero impact island – Francesca GIANNINI – Arcipelago Toscano National Park , Andrea CARLESI – Technologies 2000
Sainte-Marguerite island – Armelle CALLOT, City of Cannes
Brittany islands: strategy to reduce energy consumption – Alain GIODA, French Research Institute for Development [IRD]
SESSION 3 - How to reconcile renewable energies, landscapes and biodiversity?
Porquerolles island: quality of the night – Maxime PRODROMIDES, SMILO / Port-Cros National Park
Experimentation on a protected island pilot site in the French Mediterranean – Maxime PRODROMIDES, SMILO / Port-Cros National Park
Sardegna island: an introduction to the insertion of renewable energies structures in the landscapes – Nevio USAI, Regione autonoma Sardegna
Porto-Santo island: puffins feel good in the dark – Marco ZENATELLO, Higher Institute for Environmental Research and Protection Ozzano Emilia / MPA Tavolara
Bats and light pollution – Danilo RUSSO, Naples University
V2G or Electric Vehicule To Grid” and its absence of impact on landscapes and biodiversity.
The example of Porto Santo island (Portugal) – Alain Gioda, Dominique Delport and Robert Morendeira, French Research Institute for Development [IRD]