How to improve biodiversity protection and socio-economic development in the Carpathians

After three intense and inspiring years, the Interreg CE project “Centralparks” is approaching its successful conclusion. The project will present its conclusive outcomes to the wider public at its final conference, titled ‘Transnational cooperation for the sustainable future of the Carpathian region’. The conference will take place from …

Centralparks: sustainable tourism development and biodiversity protection in Carpathians

Centralparks is one of the key Carpathian projects, which supports the implementation of the Carpathian Convention  Protocol on Sustainable Tourism (2011) and Protocol on Conservation and sustainable use of biological and landscape diversity (2008). Centralparks aim and objectives Centralparks project aims to: improve integrated environmental …

Respect Nature

Respect Nature is an initiative of the European Wilderness Society, which aims to spread awareness and train people to protect the nature we love by behaving appropriately. Humans can have a strongimpact on the nature around them when enjoying the outdoors. The Respect Nature initiative …

Register Now: Ranger Training On Tourism And Waste Management In Protected Areas Of Ukraine

The European Wilderness Society and the Vlado Vancura Wilderness Academy is offering the free online “Ranger training on Tourism and Waste management in Protected Areas”, especially designed for Protected Area staff, Rangers, Non-Government Organisations and Stakeholders in Ukraine. This project is co-funded by the European Outdoor Conservation Association. …

10th meeting of the Carpathian Convention Implementation Committee

10th meeting of the Carpathian Convention Implementation Committee (CCIC), will place on 11-13 December 2019 in Budapest, Hungary. Issues for discussion As usually, progress of each Protocol of the Carpathian Convention implementation will be presented during the event. And they will follow the Programme of …