Mission

Notre mission

La mission d’Eurosite est d’échanger, améliorer et promouvoir notre expertise en matière de gestion des sites pour la nature, dans toute l’Europe. Unique en son genre, Eurosite est l’un des plus importants réseaux paneuropéens, regroupant en son sein des organisations gouvernementales et non gouvernementales ainsi que des organismes privés qui collaborent activement pour la gestion concrète du milieu naturel en Europe. On compte, à ce jour, plus que 55 membres du réseau Eurosite provenant de 21 pays différents, dans toute l’Europe, engagés dans l'accomplissement de cette mission.

News


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Upcoming events

  • Event: 
    28/10/2014 - 30/10/2014
    • About the workshop:

    Eurosite, along with hosts Natural England and in collaboration with the Hunting Federation of Macedonia & Thrace and Metsähallitus Natural Heritage Services, is holding a workshop about the integration of hunting practices with sustainable nature conservation management planning. The workshop will provide a platform for site managers, hunters and hunting organisations, policy makers and other key stakeholders such as farmers and landowners, to come together to share knowledge, experiences and best practice case studies.  

  • Event: 
    14/10/2014 - 17/10/2014

    The third ICZM symposium will be hosted by the Marmara Research Center, TUBITAK, Turkey and will be held from the 14-17 October 2014 in Antalya, Turkey. This international multi-disciplinary conference is intended to promote science and integration of knowledge for the sustainable management of coastal resources. It will provide a venue for scientists, engineers, managers, and policy-makers to discuss recent advances and innovative ideas, as well as share experiences and develop networks.  

  • Event: 
    14/10/2014

    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.  

  • Event: 
    05/11/2014 - 07/11/2014

    This European Congress will be held in Barcelona, Spain, as part of our LandLife project (LIFE+).  

  • Event: 
    12/11/2014 - 19/11/2014
    The IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 is a landmark global forum on protected areas. The Congress will share knowledge and innovation, setting the agenda for protected areas conservation for the decade to come. Building on the theme "Parks, people, planet: inspiring solutions", it will present, discuss and create original approaches for conservation and development, helping to address the gap in the conservation and sustainable development agenda.  
  • Event: 
    25/11/2014 - 26/11/2014

    *** NEW DATES ***  

    This workshop is being organised by the combined Eurosite and EUROPARC Federation working group. At the workshop, we will present examples of organisations that have increased their funding and gained public support by utilising ecosystem services in their protected areas. Through a series of moderated work sessions participants will reflect on how to make ecosystem services work for their own situation.

  • Event: 
    01/12/2014 - 05/12/2014

    EUROPARC as a part of the LIFE EME project (Efficient Managers for Efficient Natura 2000 Network) is organising a 5-day training seminar on communication, aimed at Natura 2000 sites managers and staff.  

  • Event: 
    09/12/2014 - 11/12/2014

    Full workshop title: Creating a Climate for Change: Working internationally with nature to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change for the benefit of human wellbeing

    About the workshop:  

    Currently global climate change threatens biodiversity in Europe and the objectives of the 2020 biodiversity strategy.