Meeting of the sections. Regensburg, 4 November 2011

Welcome to the EUROPARC Nordic-Baltic Section!

LATEST NEWS

  • Presidency of the Nordic-Baltic Section during 2021-2023 is hosted by Sweden, Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Joint webinars with EUROPARC Nordic-Baltic and EUROPARC Atlantic Isles Sections
    The EUROPARC Nordic-Baltic Section and EUROPARC Atlantic Isles Section have come together to co-operate on a series of webinars that share some common challenges faced in our protected areas and landscapes.
    We are organising a 2-part webinar linked to impacts of COVID-19 on the desire of more of the public to access nature and the outdoors, particularly protected areas and some of the management issues arising from that, and another webinar on the challenges of managing waste in protected areas.
    The webinars will have presentations from members of both sections
  • The next EUROPARC Conference will take place as a webinar from the 6th till 7th of October 2021. Let us all join in!

 


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About EUROPARC Nordic-Baltic Section

We believe that the beautiful and vulnerable world of nature should be saved for coming generations. Therefore, we strive to strengthen and unify nature protection across the borders of countries and languages.

EUROPARC Nordic-Baltic Section is a tool for effective information exchange between over 50 EUROPARC members in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden. Experts work together to share experiences and find the best solutions for protected area management in our region. Please use the menu at the top of the page to find out more about who we are and what we do. 

 

 

Featured Protected Area: Žemaitija National Park

Žemaitija National Park was established to preserve the areas of the Žemaitija region most valuable from the natural and cultural point of view. The park lies at the watershed of three rivers: the Minija, the Bartuva and the Venta. The most valuable site is the Plateliai group of lakes with the region’s largest water body, Lake Plateliai. Most of the area is covered with relatively high hills (150-190 m). Local people have preserved their dialect, customs and characteristic features. The ...

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