A tool to improve the sustainability of the territory through action research
The Barbanza region, a reality to be studied
What are the logics in the management of the territory? What is the community? How does society relate to the territory? What knowledge can we extract to work towards an eco-social transition? These and other questions will be unravelled through the research.
The Barbanza, besides being a space inhabited by a community, with their knowledge and logic of management, is also a geographical space. Through the Interactive Map we can understand the multiple layers in the interaction between society and territory and the changes that have taken place over the last few decades.
In this section you can check the progress of the Barbanza Ecosocial Lab’s research, view events that have taken place and audiovisual content from our dissemination channels.
The aim of Barbanza Ecosocial Lab is to articulate and consolidate eco-agro-innovative proposals that respond to the Barbanza bioregion, located on the northern coast of the Ria de Arousa. The initiative is based on a whole range of knowledge, both historical and current, with which to design more sustainable alternatives for the future.
Barbanza Ecosocial Lab is a project financed by the Banco Santander Foundation which has been promoted by the Fundación Rede de Innovación Arousa (RIA) in collaboration with the University of Santiago de Compostela through the Histagra group and with the support of the Cátedra Juana de Vega.