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 56 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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  • 3 jours 6h ago

    The 2014 Eurosite AGM will be held on 16 September in the Netherlands.  

  • 3 jours 7h ago

    The LIFE multiannual work programme for 2014-2017, which details the framework for the new LIFE Programme (2014-2017), has been approved. The work programme contains an indicative budget, explains the selection methodology for projects and operating grants, and establishes outcome indicators for the two LIFE sub-programmes – Environment and Climate Action. The programme has a budget of €1.1 billion for the Environment sub-programme and €0.36 billion for the Climate Action sub-programme. The first call for tenders has also been provisionally set to launch on 16 June 2014.  

  • 2 semaines 4 jours ago

    The theme of this year’s World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD), which will take place on 10-11 May, is ‘Destination Flyways: Migratory Birds and Tourism’. This theme aims to highlight the important role the one-billon strong tourism industry can play in migratory bird conservation and the creation of green jobs for local communities.  

  • 2 semaines 5 jours ago

    On 20 March, Janez Potočnik, European Commissioner for Environment, delivered a speech at the Economist Group’s second annual World Forests Summit. The theme of the summit was “Unlocking the true potential of forests” and one of the key questions addressed was whether the true potential of forests can be unlocked, while managing them both profitably and sustainably.  

  • 4 semaines 4 jours ago

    Our common goal is to protect and conserve European nature sites and the support of local communities, be it individual people or businesses, is more often than not crucial for success. Do you know how to engage people and local economies?  

Upcoming events

  • Event: 
    16/09/2014

    The 2014 Eurosite AGM will be held on 16 September in the Netherlands.  

  • Event: 
    10/05/2014 - 11/05/2014

    The theme of this year’s World Migratory Bird Day, which will take place on 10-11 May, is ‘Destination Flyways: Migratory Birds and Tourism’.  

  • Event: 
    12/05/2014 - 13/05/2014

    2014 marks the centenary of Muir’s death and the year of Homecoming. In honour of this truly influential Scots born figure and as part of our Homecoming celebrations, Scotland’s National Parks and conservation bodies have come together to create a one-off conference that will explore our approaches to managing protected areas and national parks in the UK.  

  • Event: 
    13/05/2014 - 17/05/2014
    IRF - 3rd European Rangers Training Seminar

    The International Rangers Federation - "IRF" and Croatian Rangers Association - "Croatian Rangers" organize in 2014 the third European Rangers training seminar, which will be hosted by the Brijuni National Park.

    The seminar will be held under the slogan:  

    CONNECTING RANGERS ACROSS EUROPE - NEW BEGINNINGS

  • Event: 
    14/05/2014 - 16/05/2014

    An international conference on Nature protection in military areas will take place on 14-16 May 2014 in Veszprém, Hungary.  

  • Event: 
    22/05/2014

    The theme of this year’s International Day for Biological Diversity, which is held annually on 22 May, is ‘Island Biodiversity’. This theme was chosen to coincide with the UN General Assembly’s designation of 2014 as the International Year of Small Island Developing States. As the Convention on Biological Diversity has stated: “Islands and their surrounding near-shore marine areas constitute unique ecosystems often comprising plant and animal species that are endemic – found nowhere else on Earth. The legacy of a unique evolutionary history, these ecosystems are irreplaceable treasures. They are also key to the livelihood, economy, well-being and cultural identity of 600 million islanders – one-tenth of the world’s population.”   

  • Event: 
    22/05/2014

    On 22 May 2014 the Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Trento, Italy will be hosting a one-day conference on nature-based tourism and its implications for the management of natural and protected areas.   

  • Event: 
    04/06/2014 - 06/06/2014

    2nd European Agroforestry Conference 04–06 June 2014, Cottbus, Germany : Integrating Science & Policy to Promote Agroforestry in Practice