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Carpathian Heritage has been the focus of many small and large scale activities and projects, including the ANPED Pilot Actions Project.

Consultations and pilot testing of creating and building up of the  Carpathian Heritage Inventory were held in 2007 – 2011 in the frame of ANPED activities according to the Decisions COP1/6 and COP2/8 of the Conferences of the Parties to the Convention

The initial consultations were carried out in all 7 Carpathian countries. Activities were coordinated by ANPED (the Northern Allience for Sustainability) and its member organizations in the individual  countries. There is a summary report available and 6 national reports. There is no separate Czech National Report. In the Czech Republic the organizations involved in the project carried out research, investigation, and analysis of the other country reports and then together with partners from other Carpathian countries organized a final meeting in Prague, Czech Republic on the 14th March 2008 to prepare the overall project summary report. This formed the basis of the ANPED Final Report and Recommendations for Carpathian Heritage for the COP2 Meeting.

In 2010, ANPED members in the Czech Republic and Ukraine started working on the Pilot Actions Project which was financially supported by UNEP.
The Carpathian Heritage Inventory webpage is one of the outcomes of this project. The project also helped form report and recommendations regarding Carpathian Heritage for COP3 (Third Conference of Parties) of the Carpathian Convention.

The recommendations included the following:

•    To hold regular Carpathian stakeholder meetings at national levels preferably with the periodicity of 1 year in order to involve the public into the discussion on the heritage, share information and experience, and therewith contribute to the implementation of Carpathian Convention
•    To continue/re-launch work of the Carpathian Heritage Working Group established under the Convention
•    To develop the work on the Inventory in other countries of the Convention under the next Phase of the“Carpathian Heritage Inventory” project.

In the Czech Republic 2 organizations were involved in the project: the Institute of Environmental Policy and the Bile Karpaty Education and Information Centre. The Ukrainian activities were coordinated by CIO Green Dossier.


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