Originally conceived before the COVID-19 lockdown, the Crisálida project was aimed at tackling invasive species in the city of Córdoba, Spain, and proposed working on a raising awareness campaign using printed materials and specific activities open to the general public and drawing up a proposal for control and prevention of these species, complying with the SDG-15 (“Life on land”). Nevertheless, as its promoter Carmen Lucía recognises, the quarantine made this project impossible to be put into practice.
* What is the current state of implementation of your project?
Postponed. In the absence of an execution chronology.
* How are you readapting your project to the COVID-19 restrictions?
No readaptations done.
* Do you think COVID-19 has helped you to learn how to manage things in a different way with a positive outcome?
Of course, despite the situation of stress and adaptation, I have managed to acquire different points of view, with a pause and a pause.
* What are your main learnings from the COVID-19 era?
We had the opportunity to know more about people and social trends.
* How have you managed to reach your target under COVID-19 restrictions?
We haven’t managed to reach our target yet.