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More actions for nature still needed
The European Commission has published an Action Plan to improve the protection of nature and biodiversity in the EU, for the benefit of its citizens and the economy. CEEweb for Biodiversity welcomes the actions for improving the implementation of the EU’s flagship nature policies, but is of the opinion that further actions are crucial for […]
We asked members of the EP
“What is your favorite gift from nature?” is the question of our online contest for the Members of the European Parliament. Namely, we selected 12 ecosystem services: nutrition (tasting nature), clean air (Take a Deep Breath), clean water (Thirst for Life), medicine (The Healing Power), raw materials (In a Raw), recreation opportunities (Moving Forward), pest […]
Take action on future of CAP
Our food and farming system is broken. Our newest infographic presents the facts that support this argument, by showing how is EU taxpayers’ money spent on agriculture in the EU. Annually, EUR 53 billion or 40% of the overall EU budget is spent on Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and it is important that European Union citizens have […]
Transgreen: knowledge transfer and p...
On 5-6 April, project partners directly involved in the pilot area and others working on different pilot areas, joined in Budapest for a meeting dedicated to planning activities for the Miskolc-Kosice-Uzhgorod (HU-SK-UA) project site and to exchanging knowledge. The meeting organized by CEEweb brought together representatives of CEEweb, SNC, NDS, NIF, WWF DCP and experts […]
One Site, One Plan: Integrated Conse...
This international conference, organised by Eurosite members Natuurmonumenten, Staatsbosbeheer and Natural England, takes place in Amersfoort, the Netherlands, on 7-8 June 2017. Dutch and UK national conservation organisations have been working closely together on a new approach to the management of conservation sites. It is adaptive and integrates planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation; It is scalable, […]
Green-Go Shorts at local school
Three Green-Go short films telling stories about the importance of conservation of biodiversity (Still Inside, Once Upon a Time and Too Cool to Be Killed”) were screened at Tüskevár School, during „The World of Animals” week. The focus of this school is building up a community and highlighting the value of individual development for socially disadvantaged children. Prior […]
Jim McClelland chair of EUGIC 2017 B...
We are pleased to announce that Jim McClelland, a Sustainable Futurist with over 20 years’ experience of business and media in the corporate, property and built environment sectors, will chair the 2nd European Urban Green Infrastructure Conference in Budapest on 29-30 November this year. Jim McClelland pursues a portfolio career of consultancy roles, plus professional editorial, […]
Green-Go 2017 is now launched
We’re inviting filmmakers from all around the world to submit their short films by 1 October 2017 to the 7th Green-Go Short Film Contest. In last 6 years, we received and streamed online 635 films from over 40 countries, reaching an audience of 9 million. This year, we have three exciting categories: 1. Build Green, Live […]