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EUROPARC Federation currently represents 365 members. These include protected areas, governmental departments, NGO's and businesses in 36 countries, who themselves manage the green jewels of Europe's land, sea, mountains, forests, rivers and cultural heritage. Nature knows no boundaries and we therefore facilitate international co-operation in all aspects of protected area management to further and improve and conserve our shared natural inheritance. We endeavour to exchange expertise, experience and best practise as well as to collaborate with others to ensure the value and meaning of protected areas is at the heart of Europe.
If you want to find out more about who we are or what we do please follow these links or use the menu at the top of the page to navigate through the EUROPARC network and its work. Within the site you will also find interesting information about whats on and new within the Federation and Brussels and downloadable copies of some of our publications in our library.
Follow this link for address of the Regensburg office, the Brussels office and staff contact details.
EUROPARC's new leadership meets in Regensburg
EUROPARC’s new leadership: the president and the council meet in Regensburg on their first official council meeting. In September last year, EUROPARC Federation announced the appointment of Ignace Schops as the new EUROPARC president.
But not only that, on 29th of September 2014 in Killareny Ireland, EUROPARC members, at the most important meeting of the year apart from the new president chose new council members and a new internal auditor, as well.
An extensive agenda and crucial decisions to be discussed at the EUROPARC Headquarters in Regensburg.
For information about the president and the council click here.
- Our latest issue of Protected Areas InSight Journal is now ready to be explored!
- Share your success story on Natura 2000 and submit your application before 21 January 2015!
- EUROPARC eNews: Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
- Charter Award Ceremony 2014
- Promise of Sydney
International Training Seminar in Sustainable Deve...26th January 2015
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Adaptive Management Workshop on the Isle of Vilm G...2nd February 2015
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8th Forum for the Future of Agriculture31st March 2015
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