CEEweb Academy 18-19 October in Budapest
Let’s talk about CAP and how it can provide both environmental and economic benefits to all of us.
The registration deadline: 7th of October
Resource Cap Coalition
Take action and join us to build a society
where everybody has enough within the limits of the planet!
What has CITES CoP17 brought to us?
One of the major threats to the biodiversity is uncontrolled harvesting of wild plants and animals for the purpose of international trade. Representatives of 80 countries met in Washington in 1973 to deal with this problem. They adopted the text of the Convention on international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora (CITES). […]
We have a new member!
Ostwind, a non-governmental registered association from Germany, has joined our network. Promotion of ecological projects (pilot plants for permaculture and renewable energy) and European meetings (work camps, intercultural travelling, educational travelling, walking-tours) in Eastern Europe are its main activities. Ostwind‘s focus is on projects in the West Ukraine, within the scope of the Ukrainian-German meeting centre for sustainable regional development in the Ukrainian Carpathian Mountains. […]
We want a sustainable farming and fo...
Still a lot of space for the improvement of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), public money should be spent on public goods and there is the need to better monitor its implementation – in short, these are the positions shared by many stakeholders that participated at this year’s CEEweb Academy on EU Agriculture and Green Infrastructure. “The Academy […]
CEEweb Academy starts tomorrow
Our member organisations, representatives of the European Commission and of national Ministries, farmers, NGOs, universities, research institutes will take participate in this year’s Academy on EU Agriculture and Green Infrastructure: Towards a Profitable and Sustainable Practice. High level policy makers and experts from Europe will share their views on integrating conservation and agriculture, while farmers and […]
Fact Sheet on Natura 2000 published
We present you the success stories from Hungary, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria and Latvia: socio-economic benefits of Natura 2000 in the Central and Eastern European countries are in the focus of the newest publication by the CEEweb for Biodiversity. Emphasizing the diverse benefits of Natura 2000 are especially important now, as we are (still) waiting for the […]
SDG WATCH EUROPE LAUNCH
We joined this European coalition of 75 civil society organisations to push for a sustainable future through the implementation of the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). Implementing the goals on ecosystems, energy, sustainable consumption, nutrition or poverty, just to name a few, are all preconditions for building a sustainable future. However, there are many alternative ways for […]
NEW BIODIVERSITY NETWORK LAUNCHED
We were invited to help the establishing of a new biodiversity expert network – BalkanNatureNet. This network aims to boost the exchange of experiences contributing to more professional and effective nature conservation in the Balkans. We contributed to it with our many years of expertise in setting up and running a biodiversity network of 50 members from Central […]
7 OCT – NEW REGISTRATION DEADL...
Register now for the CEEweb Academy 2016 on EU Agriculture and Green Infrastructure: Towards a Profitable and Sustainable Practice that will take place on Oct 18-19 in Budapest, Hungary. Taking into account the importance and size of the Common Agriculture Policy budget as well as the already started discussions on the next EU budget from […]