News & Events Schedule
3rd CNPA Conference
28-30 September, Hungary.
International Course on Wetland Restoration (Czech Republic 5 – 9 October 2020)
Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic In cooperation with Czech Ramsar Committee and Carpathian Wetland Initiative organize International Course on Wetland Restoration (Czech Republic 5 – 9 October 2020) To support implementation of Resolution XIII.9: Ramsar Regional Initiatives 2019-2021, Resolution XIII.13: Restoration of degraded peatlands to mitigate and adapt to climate change and enhance biodiversity and disaster risk reduction A 5-day international course will take place in the Czech Republic in Krušné hory Mountains, Slavkovský les Forest Protected landscape Area (PLS) and Šumava National Park (NP). Intended to be the second of a series of such courses organized within the Carpathian Wetland Initiative region, this course is based on the good practice of courses organized on both the national and international levels, promoting the understanding and establishment of communication and cooperation among various sectors - land-users, nature conservation, water resource management, agriculture and forestry. Target group: Experts, scientists, biologists, project managers, project designers, technicians, farmers, employees who are involved in wetland, especially peatland, restoration, as well as to the personnel employed in state administration responsible for protection of nature, environment and sustainable use of natural resources associated with wetlands and shallow water bodies, and other relevant stakeholders. Participants: About 16 representatives of the target group from Carpathian countries Main topics of the course will be as follows: • Wetland restoration (meaning, possibilities, ways) • Experience with project preparation • Project evaluation The programme includes thematic study tour to the sites with implemented projects on wetland restoration in Krušné hory Mountains, Slavkovský les Forest PLA and Šumava NP. Participants will have the opportunity to see successful projects in situ and discuss phases of projects preparation and implementation as well as evaluation and suitable financial resources. The working language of the course will be English. Location: Krušné hory Mountains, Slavkovský les Forest PLA, Šumava NP, Czech Republic Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance. The course will be financially supported by the Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic, the participants are responsible to cover their travel expenses (to the Czech Republic and back) and accommodation (ca. 250.- EUR for the whole duration of the course). The accommodation during the course is arranged by the organisers. Organisers: Ms Libuše Vlasáková, National Focal Point of the Ramsar Convention, Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic (firstname.lastname@example.org) Ms Martina Eiseltová, National Focal Point of the Scientific and Technical Review Panel of the Ramsar Convention (email@example.com) Mr Ján Kadlečík, coordinator of the Carpathian Wetland Initiative (firstname.lastname@example.org) Deadline for application: 10 July 2020 Please ask for and send your application form to Ms. Libuše Vlasáková (email@example.com)
International course on sustainable agriculture in wetlands (Czech Republic, 22 – 27 September 2019)
to support implementation of Resolution XIII.19 of the Ramsar Convention – Sustainable agriculture in wetlands This 5-day international course will address the role of wetlands and vegetation cover in the stabilization of the water regime in the landscape as a pre-requisite for sustainable land use. Together we will seek and discuss good examples of wetland use for agricultural production while preserving wetland integrity and sustainability in the long-term. The course will take place in two locations in the Czech Republic – the town of Třeboň which is 150 km south of Prague and at Jagava farm some 80 km north-east of Prague. Topics presented in lectures will be demonstrated in a number of field excursions. One of the excursions will take us to Austria. Who is invited to apply for participation Government officials, scientists and technicians; Persons who work in the field of wetlands, agriculture and those interested in sustainable use of natural resources associated with wetlands and shallow water bodies Fluent in English The course is primarily intended for countries participating in the Carpathian Wetland Initiative. We expect 14-16 participants. Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance. The course will be financially supported by the Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic, the participants are responsible to cover their travel expenses (to the Czech Republic and back) and accommodation (ca. 150,-EUR for the whole duration of the course). The accommodation during the course from Sunday 22 September till Friday morning 27 September is arranged by the organisers. Organisers: Ms Libuše Vlasáková, NFP of the Ramsar Convention, Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic (firstname.lastname@example.org) Ms Martina Eiseltová, NFP of the STRP of the Ramsar Convention, Crop Research Institute (email@example.com) Deadline for application (please use the application form attached): 10 July 2019 Please send your application form to Ms. Libuše Vlasáková (firstname.lastname@example.org
Little Sydney: Protecting Nature in Europe
More than 300 participants from all over Europe will gather for the “Little Sydney: Protecting Nature in Europe” conference, taking place in Hainburg/Donau-Auen National Park, Austria from 28-31 May 2015.
Volume 1 Issue1 2014
BIOREGIO FINAL CONFERENCE
BIOREGIO FINAL CONFERENCE 2014/06/12 - 2014/06/13 Poiana Brasov, Romania Dear colleagues and friends, We are pleased to announce our BioREGIO Carpathians project final conference, which will take place in AnaHotels Sport, Poiana Brasov on the 12th and 13th of June 2014. The BioREGIO closure event will be organized back to back with the final event of the UNDP-GEF project “Improving the financial sustainability of the Carpathian System of Protected Areas”.
Carpathian Network of Protected Areas Steering Committee Meeting
Prague, the Czech Republic 20.02.2014 The Carpathian Network of Protected Areas Steering Committee (CNPA SC) meetings will take place in Prague, the Czech Republic on 20 February 2014 back to back with the Carpathian Convention Implementation Committe meeting (18 - 20 February 2014).
2ND CNPA CONFERENCE
23.04.2013 - 26.04.2013 Tatranská Javorina, High Tatras Region, Slovak Republic During the conference ideas for possible future cooperation projects mainly under new EU financial programmes were being discussed. The involvement of BioREGIO Carpathians with other initiatives (CNPA, Alpine Convention, and Carpathian Convention) have been outlined and further strengthened.
Role of the protected areas in times of climate change
The project about the role of the protected areas in times of climate change continues in its second year.
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