Tag: “protected-areas”

  1. SEE Project Webinar: Strengthening the partnership between Outdoor Sports and Protected Areas

    Outdoor Sports effectively combine the positive outcomes of physical activity and being in nature, and make an important contribution to economic and social cohesion and more integrated societies. But at the same time, Outdoor Sports can have a high impact on the natural environment.

    https://www.europarc.org/news/2022/05/see-project-webinar-strengthening-the-partnership-between-outdoor-sports-and-protected-areas/
  2. SEE project: Report into broader sustainability issues for Outdoor Sports

    It is undeniable that our decisions about how we travel, what we eat, and the equipment we use in our sports practices affect the natural environment. We need to do everything we can to reduce, if not eliminate, the negative impacts.

    https://www.europarc.org/news/2022/05/see-project-report-into-broader-sustainability-issues-for-outdoor-sports/
  3. Support for the Protected Areas in Ukraine

    Dear EUROPARC members and friends, There is a time when we the community of Protected Areas of Europe need to stand together and show our…

    https://www.europarc.org/news/2022/03/support-for-the-protected-areas-in-ukraine/
  4. “There is no [nature] conservation without people, without public support!”

    Martina Hervat,a marine biologist from Brijuni National Park in Croatia, participated in one of the courses delivered by LIFEeNatura2000.edu project. In a short interview, she shared her experiences and the positive impacts this project has had on her career development.

    https://www.europarc.org/news/2022/03/there-is-no-nature-conservation-without-people-without-public-support/