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Migratory Birds for People Programme (MBP)
Staatsbosbeheer, Wetlands International, Wetland Link International and Länsstyrelserna initiated the Migratory Birds for People programme in 2009, in order to connect a network of wetland visitor centres along the East Atlantic Flyway. The purpose of the network is the exchange of knowledge and experience between the participating centres and thus to enhance communication with the public about the importance of wetland sites along the East Atlantic Flyway. There are currently 26 participating visitor centres in the network.
A short film has been developed by Katja Fedrowitz with the MBP team, for use at wetland centres along the East Atlantic Flyway. It explains the activities of the MBP network.
Friends since: July 2015
CEEweb for Biodiversity
CEEweb for Biodiversity is a network of non-governmental organisations in the Central and Eastern European region. Our mission is the conservation of biodiversity through the promotion of sustainable development. Since its establishment in 1993, CEEweb has become more and more oriented towards EU and regional level policy developments in order to respond to the major challenges in the field of nature conservation. It has become closely engaged in policy processes related to nature conservation, rural development, wildlife trade and tourism on national, regional and EU levels. CEEweb works through advocacy, influencing decision-making, common projects, capacity building, networking and awareness raising.
Friends since: March 2017
The Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) Europe is a network of restoration experts exchanging knowledge and expertise for the promotion of ecological restoration in Europe. SER Europe aims to promote ecological restoration as a means of sustaining the diversity of life on Earth and re-establishing an ecologically healthy relationship between nature and culture.
Friends since: September 2017
European Landowners Organization (ELO)
Created in 1972, ELO represents a large number of rural family business and enterprises as well as individual actors in Europe involved in activities such as farming and agriculture, forestry and cork, wine production, hunting and fishing as well as water and waste treatment. ELO sets out to encourage sustainable development and management, whilst promoting biodiversity, sustainable bioenergy, food safety, responsible packaging, and combating climate change. ELO also strives to uphold property rights notably in land use, cities, real estates, historic houses and gardens.
Friends since: February 2021