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Ponedeljek, 01 Februar 2016 16:23

Tourism supporting biodiversity

A manual on applying the CBD guidelines on biodiversity and tourism development, published by UNEP and CBD in 2015:

https://www.cbd.int/tourism/doc/tourism-manual-2015-en.pdf

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This publication gives an overview on the greenAlps project results.
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Pilotna območja ekološkega povezovanja ostajajo prednostno delovno področje Platforme »Ekološko omrežje« Alpske konvencije.
Po imenovenju novega čezmejnega pilotnega območja med Slovenijo in Italijo na zadnji Alpski konferenci, ki je potekala novembra 2014 v Turinu, je Platforma »Ekološko omrežje« Apske konvencije na svojem zadnjem srečanju 18 in 19. marca 2015 v Berchtesgadnu (Nemčija) poudarila svojo pripravljenost za delo s pilotnimi območji in podporo imenovanju novih zainteresiranih območij.


Francosko-nemško predsedstvo Platforme, pod vodstvom Bettine Hedden-Dunkhorst iz BfN, je predlagalo vrsto ukrpov za izvajanje mandata delovne skupine: sodelovanje z drugimi platformami Alpske konvencije, aktivna vključitev v pripravo makroregionalne strategije Alp (EUSALP) ter podpora pripravi novih evropskih projektov na področju ekološkega povezovanja.


Platforma Ekološko omrežje sodeluje tudi na področju zelene infrastrukture na evropskem nivoju, zlasti v okviru delovne skupine »Green Infrastructure and Restoration«. Aktivnosti Alp na tem področju bo na evropskem nivoju predstavila na naslednjem Green Week-u, ki bo potekal junija 2015 v Bruslju.

 

Stran Evropkse komisije za zeleno infrastrukturo: http://ec.europa.eu/environment/nature/ecosystems/index_en.htm
Platforma »Ekološko omrežje« Alpske konvencije : http://www.alpconv.org/fr/organization/groups/WGEcologicalNetwork/default.html

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In 2009 large parts of the Dolomites across 5 Provinces were recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

Among the World Heritage objectives are sensitization and awareness building. With this in mind, the Nature Parks Office of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano has completed a new 250 m² permanent exhibition in the Nature Park House in Toblach.
The exhibition was created by the State Office for Nature Parks together with the State Office for Hochbau Ost. The exhibition concept was drawn up by a working group consisting of architect and project manager Bruno Rubner from Bruneck, geologist Emiliano Oddone from the firm Dolomiti Project from Feltre and members of staff from the Nature Parks Office, among whom Maria Margareth Pallhuber and Artur Kammerer.

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Opening Times:
From 2nd May to 31st October 2014 and from 30th December 2014 to 28th March 2015, Tuesdays to Saturdays from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and from 2.30 pm to 6 pm.
In July and August also open all day Sundays and Thursdays from 6 pm to 10 pm.

Admission free

Address:
Naturparkhaus Drei Zinnen,
Kulturzentrum Grand Hotel Toblach
Dolomitenstr. 1 39034 Toblach
Tel. 0474 973017  Fax 0474 973974
E-Mail: info.dz@provinz.bz.it

 

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This section includes all the PowerPoint presentations shown during the Workshop « Monitoring biodiversity transformation to document climate change impacts in alpine protected areas”, that  took place from 10th to 11th of September 2014 at Ceresole Reale, Gran Paradiso National Park (IT).


Please note that the presentation of Sonja Wipf is not online. If you are interested in the presentation, please contact directly the author at : sonja.wipf (at) slf.ch

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The two year greenAlps project (2013-2014), financed by the EU Alpine Space programme enters at the final phase.
The analysis of the results from former Alpine Space projects linked to the topic of biodiversity, a review of European environmental policies, interviews with stakeholders in the pilot areas and during international workshops and further project activities, have enabled the project partners to start identifying and picturing important conclusions to improve biodiversity conservation in the Alps.


A series of recommendations for policy makers is currently formulated, for example the fact that the principal focus within the EU and its Member States is still on (“green”) economic growth and the value of ecosystem services is in this context under-appreciated. The project partners state that Ecosystem services-based approaches could offer new impulses, but to be accepted they need to offer local stakeholders direct economic benefits. Furthermore the project proved again that the work with pilot regions is essential to better understand and integrate issues coming from the ground and to develop tools or procedures responding to concrete problems. 


A complete overview about the project results will be given at the greenAlps final conference that will take place in Chambéry (France) from 13th to 15th October 2014.
The project reports will be available by the end of the year. They will also include some suggestions to the Alpine Space Program authorities on how to improve the positive impact of European projects on biodiversity conservation.

Take part in the greenAlps final conference from 13 – 15 October 2014 in Chambéry / France!
Deadline for registration is the 30th September 2014.
Download the programme and fill the registration form online

 

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10. in 11. septembra 2014 so upravljavci zavarovanih območij in strokovnjaki na mednarodni delavnici društva ALPARC razpravljali o vlogi zavarovanih območij pri spremljanju vplivov podnebnih sprememb na biotsko raznovrstnost v Alpah.
Center za obiskovalce narodnega parka Gran Paradiso v starodavnem Grand Hotelu Ceresole Reale je predstavljal mogočno kuliso ALPARC-ovi delavnici »Spremljanje spreminjanja biotske raznovrstnosti kot posledica vplivov podnebnih sprememb v alpskih zavarovanih območjih«. Delavnica, ki je potekala 10. in 11. septembra, je združila okrog trideset strokovnjakov in znanstvenikov iz različnih alpskih držav.


Primeri, ki so bili predstavljeni na plenarnem zasedanju, so dobro ponazorili pestrost načinov in metodologij za spremljanje vrst: flora (na primer mreža za spremljanje Caricion bicoloris atrofuscae) in fauna (na primer metode za spremljanje ptic v Bavarskih Alpah), jezera (Lacs sentinelles) in rastlinska fenologija (e-Pheno). Pregled zgodovinskih zapisov zgodnjih raziskovalcev alpske botanike je ponazoril vplive podnebnih sprememb.


Predstavitve so jasno pokazale pomen in širino tematike spremljanja biotske raznovrstnosti v povezavi s procesom podnebnih sprememb. Predavatelji in razprava, ki je sledila je pokazala in poudarila potrebo po okrepljenem mednarodnem sodelovanju na tem področju. Zavarovana območja na tem področju predstavljajo pomembno vlogo, saj delujejo kot laboratorij za izvedbo krovnih raziskav, razpolagajo z ustrezno usposobljenim osebjem za izvedbo monitoringa, ustrezno infrastrukturo kar olajša izvedbo monitoringa in zagotovi dolgoročno opazovanje.


Predavanje na terenu je ponudilo priložnost za prikaz protokola za spremljanje, ki ga je razvilo več italijanskih parkov in strokovnjakov z namenom spremljanja živalske pestrosti v gorskih ekosistemih. Naravovarstveni nadzorniki narodnega parka Gran Paradiso so poskrbeli, da nam bo ta dogodek ostal v spominu. Ne le zaradi kvalitete znanstvenih in tehničnih razprav na terenskem predavanju, vendar tudi zaradi odlične polente, ki so jo postregli v mogočni starodavni lovski koči kralja Viktorja Emmanuela II.

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Below the PowerPoint presentations shown during the Workshop « Monitoring biodiversity transformation to document climate change impacts in alpine protected areas”.
Please note that the presentation of Sonja Wipf is not online. If you are interested in the presentation, please contact directly the author at : sonja.wipf (at) slf.ch

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