Il Presidente della Regione Mario Oliverio illustra il progetto “LIFE PAN”

La regione calabria punta sulla natura con il progetto ‘pan life’ un piano di sviluppo e promozione per la salvaguardia dei siti rete natura 2000

Conferenza stampa progetto PAN LIFE

La conferenza si terrà a Catanzaro, presso la Cittadella regionale, il 7 marzo 2016 alle 15:30

Europe’s grasslands, woodlands and marine areas face increased threats

Europe’s ecosystems face increasing pressure such as pollution, overexploitation, urban sprawl and the effects of climate change. These are the findings of a European Environment Agency (EEA) report, recently published, which takes stock of the condition of Europe’s ecosystems.

The European Parliament on the mid-term review of the EU’s Biodiversity Strategy

The European Parliament, with the resolution of 2 February 2016, opposes a possible revision of the Nature Directives because this would be bad for nature, for people and for business

Workshop on Mediterranean forest management and Natura 2000

9–11 May 2016 (t.b.c.), Parc naturel régional du Luberon, France This two-day workshop will address current issues in Mediterranean forest management. 

Rete Natura 2000 in Calabria

Calabria, with its coastline of more than 700 kilometers, with its forests, mountains and lakes, preserves a wealth of priceless biodiversity.

Natura 2000 Monitoring workshop:

Integrating conservation management and monitoring, 19–21 October 2015, Barcelona, Spain As part of the Natura 2000 Biogeographical Process, Eurosite (a member of the contractor's team led by ECNC) organised this three-day workshop

Workshop on "Integration of Nature and Water European Directives"

A workshop on integration of Nature and Water European Directives, lessons learned and new perspectives, has been held in Rome on July 6th.

CE study on marine socio-economic benefits of N2K

The European Commission produced a study in order to better understand the socioeconomic benefits of the marine Natura 2000 network.

How Much Biodiversity is in Natura 2000

The ultimate goal of the Habitats and Birds Directives is to ensure the long-term sustainability of around 230 habitats and 2,000 species of animals and plants that are naturally occurring in the EU. But how much of a contribution do the two Nature Directives make to the conservation of Europe’s biodiversity as a whole? In order ...

International Workshop: Nature Conservation and...

10 October 2016 – Bratislava, Slovakia Organized by NABU (BirdLife in Germany), SOS/BirdLife Slovakia and BirdLife Europe, the workshop is part of the new Natura 2000 Biogeographical Process of the European Commission.