Centralparks: Transnational cooperation for the sustainable future of the Carpathian region
The Carpathians belong to the most important European eco-regions. Biodiversity loss and increasing pressures threaten its outstanding natural values. Traditional approaches to resource management and nature conservation are no longer sufficient to guarantee long-lasting economic benefits and provision of ecosystem services. Such problems cannot be solved by one country alone and require transnational cooperation.
To tackle these challenges and to improve management capacities in protected areas, the Central Europe Interreg project “Centralparks” was developed. After three successful years, the project now comes to an end and will present its conclusive outcomes to the wider public. Therefore, the project partners are pleased to invite you to join the Centralparks final conference with the title “Transnational cooperation for the sustainable future of the Carpathian region” and discuss the sustainable future of the Carpathian region together, live in Poland or online, on 23 & 24 March 2022.
Please find further information regarding the conference on its project website.