Publications and documents available for download (to the right).

  • The European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas: Guidelines for implementing Part II of the Charter (working with tourism business partners) within the EUROPARC Nordic-Baltic Section was accepted by the EUROPARC Federation Council meeting in Bad Urach, Germany on September 21st, 2011.
    It was developed by representatives from the EUROPARC Federation, EUROPARC Nordic-Baltic Section and the Parks and Benefits project for sustainable tourism in protected areas in the Baltic Sea Region. It has been reviewed and accepted by the EUROPARC Nordic-Baltic section membership.
    The document available for download to the right contain the Guidelines. Model of partnership agreement; 2. Model of partnership certificate; 3. Charter principles.

  • Kenny Auld, Access Advisor Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Scotland, visited Sweden and Copenhagen last summer (2010) to study techniques to overcome common barriers to access and related visitor management issues. He looked at paths, entrances, signage, visitor centres etc and made comparisons – within Sweden and Copenhagen, and Scotland. Download his report to the right. European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas. Methodological Framework for Implementing Charter Part II in the Baltic Sea Region.


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