ConnectGREEN - Project news. And best wishes for 2020!
for 2020 we wish you good connections!
Events. Where has Connectgreen been present during the last quarter of 2019?
December 12-13, 2019. Budapest, Hungary. 10th Carpathian Convention Implementation Committee (CCIC).
ConnectGREEN representatives brought the project in focus and lobbied for increased ecological connectivity in the Carpahians. For details on ConnectGREEN and event atmosphere, follow this link.
October 24th, 2019. Bucharest, Romania. "The Smart City: Synergies between Spatial Planning, Urbanism and Constructions” ConnectGREEN project was introduced to highest-level decision-makers and specialists in urban and territorial development, at prestigious national research conference, organized by project partner NIRD URBAN-INCERC.
Stories from the field. seeing the perspectives of both people and wildlife
"They have migration in their blood"
Ema and Iwo the bears, and L'ubo the lynx share their stories about migration through the Carpathians. The exercise of trying to look at connectivity from the perspective of wildlife can be very useful in understanding the challenges and solutions for this topic.
The article at this link dives into the wild natural universe of the Carpathians.
Field monitoring is key to deep understanding of the needs and opportunities for increased connectivity. Here is how ConnectGREEN experts prepare for field monitoring. And can have surprise sightings sooner than expected!
What do experts think about creating an ecological network? It is absolutely necessary. It is visionary. And therefore challenging, if we are to look at the topic of connectivity from the perspective of the experts. Here is a case study from Serbia.
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