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News about the project

A Keleti-Bakony Life+ sikertörtĂ©nete a NyerƑ Magyarok oldalon

Keleti-Bakony LIFE+ projekt sikertörtĂ©nete felkerĂŒlt a NyerƑ Magyarok web Ă©s facebookoldalĂĄra. A projekt Ă©kes bizonyĂ­tĂ©ka annak, hogy termĂ©szeti Ă©rtĂ©keinek megƑrzĂ©se Ă©rdekĂ©ben vĂ©gzett termĂ©szetvĂ©delmi intĂ©zkedĂ©sek Ă©s a katonai tevĂ©kenysĂ©g jĂłl megfĂ©rnek egymĂĄs mellett.

Field visit to the Eastern Bakony Project area in the 2nd day of the international conference “Nature protection in military areas”

22.05.2014.

On the second day of the international conference “Nature protection in military areas”, field trip to the Eastern Bakony project location provided ground for the participants to explore, the protected and invasive species, the conservation actions of the Eastern-Bakony Project (LIFE07 NAT/H/000321), aiming to rehabilitate protected sand land habitats implemented by the Economic Office of the Hungarian Ministry of Defence together with the Balaton Uplands National Park Directorate, VERGA Forestry Co. and Aquaprofit Co.

EU commissioners introduced the new LIFE programme (2014-2020) and best practices

22.05.2014.

Mr. AndrĂĄs Demeter PhD, advisor at the European Commission Directorate-General for the Environment Directorate B - Natural Capital, Brussels presented the most recent information regarding the upcoming LIFE programme, at the international conference on 14-16 May 2014, in VeszprĂ©m, Hungary, in the framework of the Eastern-Bakony Project (LIFE07 NAT/H/000321) and the Hungarian Little Plain Project (LIFE08 NAT/H/000289).

Successful international conference “Nature protection in military areas” in VeszprĂ©m

21. 04. 2014.

100 applicants from 13 countries took part of the international conference on 14-16 May 2014, in Veszprém, Hungary, in the framework of the Eastern-Bakony Project (LIFE07 NAT/H/000321) and the Hungarian Little Plain Project (LIFE08 NAT/H/000289), which both aims to rehabilitate protected sand land habitats on areas used by Military Forces.

The online registration for the international conference „Nature protection in military areas” is closed

01.03.2014.

99 applicants from 13 countries will take part of the international conference on the 14th-16th May 2014, in Veszprém, Hungary.

„Nature protection in military areas”- international conference in VeszprĂ©m

The Defence Economic Office of the Ministry of Defence of Hungary and its partners hereby would like to kindly inform you about the following international conference:

The LIFE program is 20 Years old! – Programs in the Budapest Zoo

22nd August 2012.

The most significant projects in the field of nature conservation, species protection and habitat rehabilitation funded in the framework of the LIFE program  were introduced on 20 May 2012. So was Kelet-Bakony.

Conference participation in Erfurt

6th August 2012.

The conference, dealing with issues of nature conservation on the European grasslands (steppes), called  SteppenlebensrĂ€ume Europas – GefĂ€hrdung, Erhaltungsmaßnahmen und Schutz was held 03 -06. June 2012.

Travel report-Conference participation in Erfurt

20-06-2012

The conference, dealing with issues of nature conservation on the European grasslands (steppes), called  SteppenlebensrĂ€ume Europas – GefĂ€hrdung, Erhaltungsmaßnahmen und Schutz was held 03 -06. June 2012. The participants represented several countries, such as Austria, Bulgaria, Poland, Ukraine and Hungary. Mr Imre Petroczi, deputy director of the Balatonfelvidek National Park, too attended the conference.

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