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Annual Meeting, CEEweb Academy and STWG meeting

CEEweb Annual Meeting, the Academy and the Sustainable Tourism Working Group meeting in Királyrét, Hungary, 5–10 November 2012

CEEweb Academy on Synergies between Biodiversity, Water and Land use Policies

CEEweb Academy Report 2012

Ágnes Tahy Introducing the main aspects of the Water Framework Directive – state of affairs and recent development
Zoltán Simonffy, Budapest University of Technology and Economics Hungarian Implementation of the WFD
Marta Moren Abat, EU Commission A Blueprint to safeguard Europe’s water resources
Ján Černecký Synergies between the Water Framework Directive and the Nature Directives – common points, overlapping issues – Slovak experiences
Balázs Tóth, Duna-Ipoly National Park Synergies of the Water Framework Directive and the Nature Directives – common points, overlapping issues and the way forward (soon to be uploaded)
Monika Kotulak, Naturalist Club Poland RBMP procedures and deadlines with special focus on river modifications and ecological status in light of the WFD
Péter Lengyel, UNESCO ProNatura, Romania  Small hydro powerplants, great natural disaster (in Romanian)  Read more>>
Sarolta Tripolszky, EEB The main aspects of the EU’s Green Infrastructure Strategy
Strahil Christov, DG Environment Biodiversity Proofing and the No Net Loss initiative: the EU Policy Context
Alberto Arroyo, WWF Europe Key aspects of ecosystem accounting – in relation to the Biodiversity Strategy
Ján Černecký Ecological Networks in the Slovak Republic
Martin Wildenberg Alternative solutions to achieve the EU 2020 Biodiversity Targets
Agnes Zolyomi Analysing Connectivity and Green Infrastructure in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia

Meeting of the Sustainable Tourism Working Group

14 CEE NGO representatives met in Királyrét in Hungary to

  • share ideas on how to influence the content of the Carpathian Tourism Strategy,
  • disseminate the results of assessing CEE national development tourism strategies,
  • develop project proposals on implementing the Danube Strategy from biodiversity point of view,
  • finalize their work plan for 2012. Outcome documents of the meeting:
Michael Meyer, Ecological Tourism in Europe Carpathian Sustainable Tourism Strategy
Michael Meyer, Ecological Tourism in Europe Danube Strategy
Katarzyna Sliwa-Martinez Why it is necessary to assess planning documents for tourism?
Turism Verde, Romania Romania Tourism Strategy Assessment
Artur Nebunu, Ecological Counseling Centre Cahul, Moldova Moldovian tourism strategy
Emil Vaklinov, Environmental Organisation Rhodope, Bulgaria Bulgaria Tourism Strategy Assessment
Andriy-Taras Bashta, Association ‘Fauna’, Ukraine Tourism Assessment Ukraine
Meetings in photos

The CEEweb Academy as well as the Annual Meeting are generously supported by the European Commission but do not necessarily reflect its opinions and positions.