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Towards a shared ecological rationale for more integrated implementation of the Nature and Water Directives

15 November 2017 at 08:00 - 17 November 2017 at 17:00

CEEweb for Biodiversity and Fertő-Hanság National Park organized the Thematic Networking Event: Towards a shared ecological rationale for more integrated implementation of the Nature and Water Directives for all Biogeographical Region.

The event was held at Fertő-Hanság National Park, Sarród, Hungary in 15-17th of November.

The event provided a platform for a technical specialist discussion about better integration of decision-making processes and actions under the Birds and Habitats Directives and Water Framework Directive in the European Member states.

Find the outline of the event here: Event Outline

Find the full event report here: Event Report

Find the event executive summary here: Executive Summary

Find the discussion paper here: Discussion paper

For more information contact: Monika Kotulak, CEEweb for biodiversity, kotulak@nullceeweb.org


Presentation

Ctibor Kocman – Natura 2000

 Ctibor Kocman – Water Challenges

Chris Mainstone – Introduction to technical content

Chris Mainstone – HD & WFD comparison

Winnie Rip (& Renske Diek) – Mutual and Conflicting Objectives of N2000 and the WFD in the Netherlands

Erwin de Meyer – Allocation of the conservation goals of habitat 3260, brook lamprey, bullhead and spined loach in Flanders

Pauliina Louhi – FRESHABIT Co-operation to maintain Finland´s water heritage

Áine O’Connor – Integration of conservation objectives into WFD objectives in Ireland hard water lakes and the freshwater pearl mussel

Adriana Kušíková and Monika Supeková – Connectivity of competent authorities for connectivity of river ecosystems in Slovakia

Werner Rehklau – Greetings from Bavaria


Details

Start:
15 November 2017 am30 08:00
End:
17 November 2017 pm30 17:00