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Centralparks - building management capacities of Carpathian protected areas for the integration and harmonization of biodiversity protection”,

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Supervisor: Isidoro de Bortoli

Contractors: Andrzej Affek

Acronym: Centralparks
Leading partner: European Academy of Bozen-Bolzano (Eurac Research)
Foreign partner: European Academy of Bozen-Bolzano (Eurac Research); European Wilderness Society; Education and Information Centre of Bílé Karpaty Mountains; Danube-Ipoly National Park Directorate; Ekopsychology Society; Ekopsychology Society; Pronatur NGO
Orderer institution: European Commission
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The Centralparks project, co-funded by the European Commission through the INTERREG CENTRAL EUROPE Programme, has the overall budget of 1.6 Mio. EUR. The project unites 8 project partners and 8 associated partners from 9 European countries, aiming to harmonise management capacities in Carpathian Protected Areas. The project will support nature protection and local sustainable development, improve integrated environmental management capacities and policies, and will focus on mitigating current threats and pressures to biodiversity.

Over the next 3 years, guidelines, strategic documents and pilot actions will be implemented within three Thematic Work packages.  These work packages focus on (1) the integration of biodiversity conservation and sustainable development in the Carpathian Region, (2) building capacities of Carpathian Protected Area managers and (3) strenghtening ecosystem services in the Carpathians.

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