Meeting of the sections. Regensburg, 4 November 2011

Welcome to the EUROPARC Nordic-Baltic Section!

LATEST NEWS

  • Presidency of the Nordic-Baltic Section during 2018-2020 is hosted by Finland, Metsähallitus Parks & Wildlife Finland.


  • If the pandemic situation permits, the next EUROPARC Conference will take place in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands on the 4th till 8th of October 2021. Let us all join in!


  • An online webinar “SHARE IT!” organised by the section coordination will be held on November 27th 2020  via Zoom (at 9.00-11.00 in Iceland, at 10.00-12.00 in Denmark, Norway and Sweden and at 11.00-13.00 in Estonia, Finland, Latvia and Lithuania).  Join, to hear the latest about events, activities, and projects among the Nordic Baltic members. Check your e-mails for more information.


  • The sections MEMBERS’ MEETING will be an online event on December 16th 2020 via Zoom (at 9.00-11.00 in Iceland, at 10.00-12.00 in Denmark, Norway and Sweden and at 11.00-13.00 in Estonia, Finland, Latvia and Lithuania). Check your e-mails for more information.

 

 


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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: Kosterhavet National Park

Kosterhavet National Park was established in 2009. It is the first national park in Sweden which protects marine wildlife. The majority of the almost 39 000 ha of the park is water, less than 900 ha is land. It is one of the largest national parks in Sweden, and stretches from the Norwegian border in the north and south to the waters outside of Grebbestad. The aim of the national park is to conserve the distinctive and species rich marine and archipelago area as well as adjacent land in an ...

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