To exchange, enhance and promote expertise in the management of sites for nature, throughout Europe. Eurosite is unique – it is one of the largest pan-European networks bringing together governmental and non-governmental organisations, as well as private bodies, in active collaboration for the practical management of Europe’s nature. There are currently 55 members of the Eurosite network from 21 European countries engaged in the delivery of this mission.


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Upcoming events

  • Event: 

    On 21 September 2014 European Cooperation Day will be celebreated for the third time.  

  • Event: 
    22/09/2014 - 26/09/2014

    With increasing anthropogenic pressure and ongoing global and regional change, understanding coastal and marine processes and interaction between both as well as adapting governance and management to present and future challenges is crucial. In coastal zones, a large number of users and functions come together. Integrated management approaches need to be further developed to combine functions, users and decision levels in a sustainable way. Littoral 2014 conference will address a broad thematic spectrum.  

  • Event: 
    24/09/2014 - 26/09/2014

    From 24 - 26 September 2014 the second Deltas in Times of Climate Change will be held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. 
    The conference offers three types of sessions:   
    Science sessions Deltas in Depth: sharing the latest scientific findings
    Deltas in Practice workshops: offering experiences, best practices and case studies
    Delta sessions: focussing on challenges in specific deltas   

  • Event: 
    25/09/2014 - 05/10/2014
    The European Land Stewardship Week is a campaign aimed at promoting events throughout Europe to raise awareness about the importance of caring for the earth and its wealth of natural, cultural and lan  
  • Event: 

    You are invited to a one day conference exploring the use of CMSi for Conservation and Land Management. The event is on Thursday 25 September 2014 at the Linnean Society, London.  

    Thanks to the support of Natural England, Natural Resources Wales, Natuurmonumenten, Staatsbosbeheer and other members of the CMS Consortium, admission to the conference is only £35 per person including refreshments and lunch. The draft conference agenda is presented below.

  • Event: 
    28/09/2014 - 01/10/2014

    The EUROPARC Annual Conference will take place from 28 September to 1 October 2014, in Killarney, Ireland.  

  • Event: 
    01/10/2014 - 04/10/2014

    Europe’s wilderness protection has a relatively short history. The focus on our continent’s wilderness started to increase when the European Parliament adopted a special resolution on 3 February 2009. This resolution resulted in the approval of the Agenda for Wilderness and Wildland, which included 24 recommended actions. The Wilderness Academy Days is a unique European event, which will act as a direct follow up of the 10th World Wilderness Congress and will also prepare a message for the 2014 World Parks Congress in Sydney.  

  • Event: 

    AnaEE's stakeholder meeting will be held in Antwerp on Tuesday 14 October 2014. The day aims to bring together keynote speakers from some of the most important players in the world of research and policy to further deepen understanding among key stakeholders of the need for cooperation and coordination on scientific and economic challenges to achieve scientific and societal goals, while also allowing ample time for long and deep debate on key issues. Each thematic session will therefore consist of one or two 15-minute presentations and 45 minutes of guided discussion on the issues at hand.