European Day of Parks 2019: Our Natural Treasures
Our Natural Treasures
Our Protected Areas are made of amazing landscapes, incredible species and unique habitats. What are the Natural Treasures our parks are protecting? What is the story of the endangered species that live there?
In 2019, the European Days of Parks was a call to reconnect with nature, to highlight the natural treasures that make our Parks so special!
the Promotional video was available in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Croatian.
The outcomes of the European Day of Parks 2019
Hundreds of protected areas across Europe organised events in and around the 24th of May. The European day of Parks (EDoP) aims at bringing people closer to Nature by offering a diversity of activities and events in Protected Areas across the EUROPARC Network. The events addressed people of all ages: children, youngsters, young adults, families and seniors.
Promotion Tools in 33 languages
The official poster and web banners were created in 33 languages.
Albanian | Armenian | Azerbaijani| Basque | Belarusian | Bosnian | Catalan | Croatian | Czech | Dutch | English | Estonian | French | Finnish | Galego | Georgian | German | Greek | Hungarian | Icelandic | Italian | Latvian | Lithuanian | Macedonian | Polish | Portuguese | Romanian | Serbian | Slovakian | Slovenian | Spanish | Swedish | Welsh
If you are not interested in using the official posters, you can also download the logo and use it in your activities.
About the European Day of Parks
Imagine a day when all Parks and Protected Areas come together across Europe, celebrate their successes and declare the value and benefits of Europe’s Protected Areas to communities, decision-makers and the wider public. Well, it is EUROPARC’s European Day of Parks!
Every year European Day of Parks takes place on and around 24th of May. It aims to bring people closer to nature and raise public awareness on the importance of the natural beauty preserved in Protected Areas and the importance of conservation and sustainable management of those places.
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