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... by the early 1900s, the sub-species had become extinct in Finland. Today, the Finnish population is a result of migration from Karelia in Russia and the release of captive-bred stock. The current world population in Finland and Russia together is approx. 4 500, of which the Finnish population is around 2 000. The Finnish forest reindeer is listed in Annex II of the Habitats Directive and its con ...
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Background Freshwater habitats are among the most threatened habitat types globally. In the 2007-2012 conservation status assessment of the EU Habitats Directive (Article 17), none of the freshwater, coastal, and groundwater dependent wetland habitats in Europe fully met favourable conservation status, and most are in unfavourable conservation status. Alm ...
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Background European black vultures (Aegypius monachus)and griffon vultures (Gyps fulvus) are considered as umbrella species whose conservation will also substantially benefit other raptor species sharing the main diet of carrion as well as breeding and foraging habitats. These species are also an indicator of healthy, intact, natural habitats. The conserv ...
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Background According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), sturgeons are the most threatened fish species worldwide. Of the five surviving sturgeon species in the Danube basin, the IUCN Red List categorises four as “critically endangered” and one as “vulnerable”. Population trends for all five are decreasing. Within the EU, ...
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Background Under Article 17 of the Habitats Directive, EU Members States are required to periodically report on the conservation status of Annex I natural habitat types and Annex II species that fall within their territory. The Finnish country report for the period 2001-2006 assessed the overall conservation status of 18 out of 19 Annex I natural habit ...
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...ng issues, with a specific focus on flora and fauna as well as water availability and water quality for land and natural resources management. This is supported by an innovative web-based service for worldwide mapping and updating of land use. The overall objectives of Ground Truth 2.0 are to implement sustainable citizen observatories for the demonstration of their societal and economic benefits, ...
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TILOS aims to demonstrate the optimal integration of local scale energy storage in a fully-operated, smart island microgrid that will also communicate with a main electricity grid. The main objective of the project will be the development and operation of a prototype battery storage system, based on NaNiCl2 batteries, provided with an optimum, real-environment smart grid control system and coping ...
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Safeguarding the Saimaa Ringed Seal (LIFE Saimaa Seal)

Start date: Aug 1, 2013, End date: Jul 31, 2018,

...espread in Finland, the Saimaa ringed seal (Phoca hispida saimensis) is now found only in the Saimaa fragmented freshwater lake complex. With a small population of about 310 seals, it is probably the world’s most endangered seal species and is categorized by the IUCN as Critically Endangered. In Annex II of the Habitats Directive, it is listed as a species that needs strict protection. The most ...
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Background Around 833 000 ha of forests (41% of all forested areas) can be found on Natura 2000 sites in Hungary. This includes 412 000 ha forests under national protection as well. Most of the state-owned forests are managed by state forest companies; only a minor part is in the trusteeship of national park directorates. Because of the unique biogeograph ...
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Conservation and Monitoring at the National Park of Dadia-Lefkimi-Soufli

Start date: Sep 30, 2016, End date: Mar 29, 2018,

The project "Protection and Monitoring in National Park of Dadia-lefkimis-Soufliou" after 14-year implementation, longer subjected under the Youth Mobility Erasmus +. It is expected to take 18 months and to participate in this one volunteer. No specific skill is required from candidate volunteer apart from having a sincere interest in nature and a truethful desire to learn.In general, the volunte ...
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Conservation and Monitoring at the National Park of Dadia-Lefkimi-Soufli

Start date: Jun 15, 2016, End date: Dec 14, 2017,

The project "Protection and Monitoring in National Park of Dadia-lefkimis-Soufliou" after 14-year implementation, longer subjected under the Youth Mobility Erasmus +. It is expected to take 18 months and to participate in this one volunteer. No specific skill is required from candidate volunteer apart from having a sincere interest in nature and a truethful desire to learn.In general, the volunte ...
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The project "Protection and Monitoring in National Park of Dadia-lefkimis-Soufliou" has been implemented for 14 years under the EU mobility program like Erasmus+. It is expected to take 16 months and one volunteers will participate. No specific skill is required from the volunteer apart from having a sincere interest in nature and a truthful desire to learn.In general, the volunteer will need to b ...
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The project "Protection and Monitoring in National Park of Dadia-lefkimis-Soufliou" has been implemented for 14 years and longer subjected under the Youth Mobility Erasmus +. It is expected to last 17 months two participating volunteers. No specific skills are required from potential volunteers apart from having a sincere interest in nature and a truthful desire to learn.In general, the volunteers ...
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Background The Mediterranean monk seal (Monachus monachus) is a priority species for conservation, according to Annex II of the Habitats Directive. It is also designated as a “critically endangered” species under the IUCN Red List; and is included in Annex III of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive – as a key indicator of the status of the marin ...
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The project "Protection and Monitoring in National Park of Dadia-lefkimis-Soufliou" after 13-year implementation, longer subjected under the Youth Mobility Erasmus +. It is expected to take 18 months and to participate in this four volunteers. No specific skill is required from candidate volunteers apart from having a sincere interest in nature and a truethful desire to learn.In general, the volun ...
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Conservation and Monitoring at the National Park of Dadia

Start date: Jan 1, 2015, End date: Jul 31, 2016,

The project "Protection and Monitoring in National Park of Dadia-lefkimis-Soufliou" was subjected during the last 13-years under the Youth Mobility Erasmus +. It is expected to take 18 months and to participate in this four volunteers. No specific skill is required from candidate volunteers apart from having a sincere interest in nature and a truthful desire to learn. In general, the volunteers wi ...
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Every real-world planning problem, especially in governance and policy-making, possesses several objectives that are typically subject to inherent conflicts with underlying tradeoffs to be discovered. Policy makers are in need of proper tools that will utilize an overall analytical process, that is, assist in modelling the real-world planning process, automatically obtain the best attainable trade ...
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TRAINING FOR NON VIOLENT ACTIVISM

Start date: Aug 28, 2014, End date: Dec 28, 2014,

Training Course for Non Violent Activism Friends of the Earth Cyprus had organizes eight days training course about "training for Non violent Activism" during 12th until 19th of October 2014. Two of the days will refer to the arrival and departure of the participants. Our main goal was for the participants to act in a holistic way. Moreover, our training course objectives are: 1) Improving ...
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Plants and herbs have been used as a medicine since ancient times in pretty much every culture. Collecting these plants however requires certain degree of knowledge, as the collector needs to be able to identify herbs correctly, and also know where to find them. This knowledge was often passed down from generation to generation. Today, and since the middle of the 20th century, due to urbanization ...
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Introduction of Regional Energy Concepts (CEP-REC)

Start date: Sep 30, 2011, End date: Mar 31, 2014,

... Achievements: As a consequence of the already on-going dramatic climate change societies all over the world have to be moved towards tremendous CO2-reduction measurements and towards a vast increase in the utilization of Renewable Energy Sources. Therefore, the regional level is the front line as here ...
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... Results The LIFE Thalassa project involved collaboration between MOm and associated beneficiary the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Greece, and the participation of two research institutes: the Pelago Cetacean Research Institute and the Tethys Research Institute. It ran from September 2010 to December ...
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Das Gebiet des Neusiedler Sees/Fertő-tó und die angrenzenden Landschaften des Seewinkels /Fertőzug und des Waasen/Hanság stellen Naturräume von herausragender, internationaler Bedeutung dar. Dem wird durch eine Vielzahl von Schutzinitiativen Rechnung getragen. Um Zielkonflikte zwischen der wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung und der Erhaltung der reichen Naturressourcen der Region zu vermeiden, ist es b ...
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Conservation of biodiversity of the Mura river in Slovenia (BIOMURA)

Start date: Oct 31, 2006, End date: Oct 31, 2011,

Background The bed of the river Mura that flows through NE Slovenia is well preserved, especially in the middle and lower stream, where it is characterised by embankment erosion, deposition of the sand, flooding and side-channels. Deepening of the riverbed due to send accumulation behind the dams of hydropower stations in Austria, however, has resulted in ...
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The project aims at dealing with the internationally recognized issue of the effects of climate change on alpine tourism, with reference both to winter tourism and sports and to alpine all-seasons tourism. The issue of providing appropriate strategies to ensure a balanced development of alpine tourism, the preparation of appropriate adaptation policies at the national, regional and local level and ...
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Background The Romanian part of the Lower Danube, which includes the Danube Delta Biosphere reserve, is one of Europe's most outstanding freshwater regions. The hydrological dynamics of the Danube, its erosion and sedimentation processes, and its periodic flooding, have lead to the creation of numerous islands along the boundary part of the Danube between ...
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...tay in good condition. Species-rich ash and alder woods as well as oak and beech woods were well developed in the area. However, an intensification of sylvicultural practices as part of the post-World War I reconstruction programmes, changed multifunctional use of forest to a process of cyclical management with wood production as its main objective. Forest margins which had previously been ri ...
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Urgent actions for conservation of pSCI Orbetello Lagoon (Orbetello)

Start date: Nov 1, 2000, End date: Dec 31, 2003,

Background Situated within a ring of fixed dunes, close to the Mount Argentario promontory, proposed as a Site of Community Importance and designated as a Special Protection Area, the Orbetello Lagoon is one of the most important wetlands of the Tyrrhenian coast. It is vital for many species of aquatic birds because they winter, migrate and nest there and ...
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