Open webinar 'Green Carpathians' - EU Green Week
Transnational cooperations to address the biggest threats to the biodiversity of the Carpathian Mountains
25th of September, 11:00 - 12:30 (Central European Time)
The registration is now open for the 'Green Carpathians' webinar, held in the framework of the EU Green Week. 
This webinar will be focusing on transnational cooperations to address the biggest threats to the biodiversity of the Carpathian Mountains. Participants will learn more about the most ambitious Carpathian projects focusing on the protection of Carpathian biodiversity, including the Interreg projects TransGREENCentralparks and ConnectGREEN, as well as the recently launched Interreg SaveGREEN and LIFE SwiPE projects. 

The webinar will be held in English over the Zoom platform. Don’t miss out, register now (registration is mandatory for this webinar)!

Click here to register!
Please make sure you register in advance! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
More information about the EU Green Week

EU Green Week 2020 is now scheduled for 19-22 October 2020, on the theme of nature and biodiversity. After the adoption of a new EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 in May, Green Week will highlight the contribution biodiversity can make to society and the economy, and the role it can play in supporting and stimulating recovery in a post-pandemic world, bringing jobs and sustainable growth. The new strategy shows how the recovery is an opportunity for a fresh start, in the knowledge that transformative change is possible. It’s a chance to rethink our relationship with nature, to change the activities that are driving biodiversity loss and the wider ecological crisis, and to weigh up the implications for our economy and society. EU Green Week will examine how EU policies such as the European Green Deal can help protect and restore nature, leaving it room to recover and thrive.

This year’s Green Week will also act as a milestone on the path to the Conference of the Parties (COP 15) to the Convention on Biological Diversity, now planned for 2021, where world leaders will adopt a 10-year action plan for biodiversity – a new global deal for people and nature.

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