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EUROPARC Federation currently represents 365 members. These include protected areas, governmental departments, NGO's and businesses in 36 countries, who themselves manage the green jewels of Europe's land, sea, mountains, forests, rivers and cultural heritage. Nature knows no boundaries and we therefore facilitate international co-operation in all aspects of protected area management to further and improve and conserve our shared natural inheritance. We endeavour to exchange expertise, experience and best practise as well as to collaborate with others to ensure the value and meaning of protected areas is at the heart of Europe.
If you want to find out more about who we are or what we do please follow these links or use the menu at the top of the page to navigate through the EUROPARC network and its work. Within the site you will also find interesting information about whats on and new within the Federation and Brussels and downloadable copies of some of our publications in our library.
Follow this link for address of the Regensburg office, the Brussels office and staff contact details.
EUROPARC's 2013 Annual Report is now available!
EUROPARC Federation has just launched its 2013 Annual Report.
Last year was a very special year for the EUROPARC Federation, celebrating 40 Years Working for Nature. Our birthday year, and what a year it was… The organisation took time to not only look back on what has been undertaken and learned, but also to look into the future and see how to better represent the members and respond to the challenges faced by Protected Areas in Europe.
Visit the publication and see here the last year's highlights!
*French and German version of the report will be available soon, too.
- EUROPARC celebrates the World Wildlife Day!
- EUROPARC attending the Green Mountain conference
- Young researchers connect Protected Areas across Europe
- Our Future dialogues, EUROPARC's greatest Membership consultation is open for participation!
- Our Future Dialogues
ICRT Ireland Conference in Dublin12th March 2014
Responsible Tourism is about creating more meaningful experiences for travellers - connecting them t ...
Land management in the EU - Green, private and pro...18th March 2014
The European Landowners’ Organization organises the next meeting of the Intergroup on Sustaina ...
Conference for Tourism Businesses in the National ...18th March 2014
A free conference for tourism businesses is organised by the Loch Lomond National Park in Scotland o ...