Vision & Mission

Eurosite oeuvre à créer une Europe où la nature est entretenue, protégée, restaurée et valorisée par tous. Nous faisons cela en donnant aux praticiens l’occasion d’intégrer un réseau et de partager leurs expériences en matière de pratiques de gestion d'espaces naturels.

Nous sommes un réseau de gestionnaires de sites, d’organisations non-gouvernementales et gouvernementales, d’individus et d’organisations qui partageons la même vision. Nos membres sont basés à travers toute l'Europe - des îles de l'Atlantique à la mer Noire; et de la Scandinavie à la Méditerranée. La nature ne connaît pas de frontières: nous croyons que la protection et la conservation de la nature en Europe sur du long terme ne peut être atteinte que grace à la coopération internationale. Pourquoi ne pas vous joindre à nous?

News

  • 3 semaines 1 jour ago

    The LIFE programme has published a thematic study of LIFE projects that have contributed to the implementation and development of EU climate change policies and legislation, and that have demonstrated climate change mitigation and adaptation practices.  

  • 3 semaines 6 jours ago

    Eurosite is pleased to announce the launch of our new Strategy for 2015-2020. In the Strategy document, we set out our Vision, Mission and key objectives for the next five years and beyond.  

    Eurosite’s new Vision commits us to working towards a Europe where nature is cared for, protected, restored, and valued by all. We aim to achieve this by providing opportunities for practitioners to network and exchange experience on practical nature management.

  • 3 semaines 6 jours ago

    Eurosite was born from twinning. In 1987 the European Natural Sites Twinning Programme was launched. Under this programme, 33 European sites signed an agreement to take part in a programme of technical, scientific, and cultural exchanges. Twinning formed the basis of this agreement. Two years later, in 1989, Eurosite was created in response to the clear demand to exchange natural site management information in Europe.  

  • 4 semaines 16h ago

    The first call for Interreg Europe proposals is now open and will close again on 31 July.  

  • 4 semaines 6 jours ago

    The LIFE project Smart Natura, which is now coming to a close, aimed to identify cost-effective methods for reaching the goals of Natura 2000 plans. In particular, the project aimed to develop and disseminate methods and tools for ensuring that voluntary agreements between individual municipalities and landowners are fully implemented.  

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