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21 September 2012

Workshop on Natura 2000 Management and Agri-Environment Scheme

The issues regarding management of Natura 2000 sites as well as the Agri-Environmental Schemes are high on the agenda due to the recent processes of biogeographic seminars, renewal of the CAP, the Prioritized Action Frameworks and EC guidance documents. To show the update of these processes to our members active in the field of Natura 2000 and to share practical management experiences among CEE NGOs, CEEweb for Biodiversity organizes two workshops with Naturalists Club Poland in Dworek Gorce, Poland on 3-6 October, 2012.

Presentations of the Natura 2000 Management workshop

Pawel Pawlaczyk, Naturalists Club Poland EC notes on SAC designation and conservation objectives
Ildikó Arany, CEEweb for Biodiversity How to use Wilderness and Natura 2000 experiences and needs from CEE in site management planning
Pawel Pawlaczyk and Monika Kotulak, Naturalists Club Poland Natura 2000 site management planning in Poland: “plans of conservation measures”- NGO’s involvement in the process
Pawel Pawlaczyk, Naturalists Club Poland Problems of “planning in the lack of information”
Wojciech Lewandowski, Katarzyna Żuk, URS Poland Experiences from Natura 2000 sites management planning in Poland
Stefan Avramov, Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation Progress in Natura 2000 in Bulgaria
Tamara Faberová,Hnutí Duha, Friends of the Earth, Czech Republic Natura 2000 in the Czech Republic – present state. Case study on Sumava National Park
Laszlo Galhidy, WWF Hungary Natura 2000 and forests in Hungary
Jan Cernecky, State Nature Conservancy Slovakia Natura 2000 management planning in Slovakia
Balázs Mészáros, Nimfea Association Natura 2000 sites in Hungary
Ildikó Arany, CEEweb for Biodiversity The Biogeographical process
Jan Loch, Pracownia Naukowo-Edukacyjna GPN Gorce Mountains National Park & Natura 2000 site – local site management planning and CAP implementation problems
Jan Loch, Pracownia Naukowo-Edukacyjna GPN Babia Góra management plan experience
Monika Kotulak, Naturalists Club Poland Large carnivores needs in Carpathian’s Natura 2000 sites
Tomasz Wilk, OTOP (Birdlife Poland) Birds requirements for Natura 2000 site management plans in Carpathians

Presentations of the Agri-Environmental Scheme and Natura 2000 Payments workshop

Marek Jobda, OTOP (Birdlife Poland) Future Agri-Environmental Scheme and Natura 2000 payments and current state of play – Polish approach
Pawel Pawlaczyk, Naturalists Club Poland Forest-environmental schemes: forgotten opportunity?
Vladimir Milushev, Future Now Implementation of Measure 214 “Agro-ecological payments” in Bulgaria
Tamara Faberová,Hnutí Duha, Friends of the Earth, Czech Republic Agri-Environmental Schemes in the Czech Republic
Zsofia Fabian, Nimfea Association Suggestions for Agri-Environmental Schemes in Hungary

Please, find here the agenda of the meeting.

The report of the meeting is available here.

 




The workshops are generously supported by the European Commission, but do not necessarily reflect its opinions and positions.