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Natura 2000 Management Workshop

22 September 2014 - 23 September 2014

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Source: European Environment Agency

The Natura 2000 process on management aims to identify best practices for Natura 2000 site management as well as to enhance cooperation, knowledge sharing and experience exchange among Member States and relevant stakeholders such as site managers, foresters etc. Effective Natura 2000 management relies on the participation and active contribution of a wide circle of stakeholders such as nature administrators, environmental practitioners, site managers, landowners and NGOs.

CEEweb for Biodiversity with the cooperation of ECNC and the support of the European Commission has organised this Natura 2000 management workshop to address key management issues in the Alpine and the Continental/Pannonian/Steppic and Black Sea biomes. The results of the workshop shall be channeled as recommendations into the biogeographical kick-off seminar. This Natura 2000 management workshop event will place special emphasis on Alpine and Continental/Pannonian forest management – discussing management options and financing possibilities.

Full Report from the Natura 2000 Management Workshop

Read more about the event on the Natura 2000 Communication Platform

Agenda

Natura 2000 Management Workshop Contact List

Presentations:

Introductory

The New Biogeographical Process, Ctibor Kocman, European Commission

Forest Management Options by Paweł Pawlaczyk, Naturalists Club Poland

Natura 2000 Financing Presentation by Alberto Arroyo Schnell, WWF

Alpine Follow-up Seminar

Introduction to the Alpine Biogeographical Process, Kristijan Civic, ECNC

Case studies:

Forest_Management approaches in Natura 2000, Dragos Mihai, Romsilva

Implementing the EC wilderness guidance in an Alpine environment – Kalkalpen National Park by Zoltan Kun, European Wilderness Society

Case Studies of Conservation Financing, Agnes Zolyomi, CEEweb for Biodiversity

Multi-level biodiversity governance: the Role of NGOs in Natura 2000 in Hungary + comparision with Poland by Cordula Mertens

Continental/Pannonian/Steppic/Black Sea Preparatory Workshop

Introduction to the Continental/Pannonian/Steppic/Black Sea Biogeographical process, Kristijan Civic, ECNC

Case studies:

The flavor of landcare–case study of the „Altmühl lamb“ by Marie Kaerlein, Landcare Germany

Restoration of the wild herbivores by Stefan Avramov, Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation

Introducing Sustainable conservation on Hungarian Natura 2000 sites project by Dénes Nagy , BirdLife Hungary

Forest restoration in Slowinski National Park, Grzegorz Kupczak, SPN

Forest restoration and monitoring in Natura 2000 areas in Finland by Jussi Paivinen, Natural Heritage Services

Background Documents:letöltés

Alpine:

Natura 2000 Platform: Alpine Biogeographical Region

Financing:

Continental:

Natura 2000 Platform: Continental Biogeographical Region

CEEweb’s brochure: Four Highlights from Natura 2000 Forests: NGO recommendations on management

 

Please contact Ms Malgorzata Siuta siuta@nullceeweb.org for questions related to content and and Mr Attila Szlavik szlavik@nullceeweb.org for any questions related to logistics and reimbursement. Thank You!

How to reach the Venue

Travel Reimbursement Form

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This event is generously supported by the European Commission.

EC

Details

Start:
22 September 2014
End:
23 September 2014

Venue

Alfa Art Hotel
Kiralyok utja 205, Budapest, 1039 Hungary
Phone:
+36 1 453 0060
Website:
www.alfaarthotel.hu/

Organizer

CEEweb for Biodiversity
Phone:
+36 1 398 0135
Email:
Website:
www.ceeweb.org