Events

Centralparks Final Conference

23.03.2022 - 24.03.2022

Wieliczka, Poland

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 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, we 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 together the sustainable future of the Carpathian region.

Please find the agenda and all necessary information below. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to write us an email ( isidoro.debortoli@eurac.edu and hanna.ollos@wilderness-society.org ).

 

DATE AND VENUE

23 + 24 March 2022, Hotel Turówka, Wielicka, Poland and online. 

PARTICIPATION ON-SITE

Register here for ONSITE attendance!

PARTICIPATION ONLINE

This above registration is for on-site-participation only. If you would like to attend online, please register here:

Register here for ONLINE attendance!

AGENDA

You can view the draft agenda HEREThe agenda is subject to change in accordance with the organisational needs.

COVID-19 GUIDELINES

To be able to participate on-site you must present a valid EU Digital Covid Certificate or a negative PCR-test-result no older than 48 h on each day. 

For further information please consultant the official guidelines of the Polish government.

EXCURSION

On day 2 (24.03.) in the afternoon, an excursion to the local Wieliczka salt mine will be offered. This will be an interesting opportunity to discover one of the oldest salt mines in the world and dive into the history of the region. The sightseeing will take around 3 hours and cost 25 €. The costs are borne by the participants. Please indicate in the registration form whether you would like to join.

 

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