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Natura 2000 communication between stakeholders and share of close-to-nature forest management experiences in Hungary

Tools for a better harmonization of biodiversity conservation and timber production

Dossier(s) : Sustainable forestry

Type : Narrative story

Date de rédaction: April 28, 2016

Auteur(s) de cette fiche : Laszlo Galhidy

Organisme(s) : WWF Hungary

Résumé :

Better communication and experience sharing between forest managers on Natura 2000 areas. Close-to-nature forest management (continuous cover forestry, CCF) as a tool for a better harmonization of biodiversity conservation and timber production. Experiences in Hungary, Central-Europe; its conservational, economical and social aspects.

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Description of activities

WWF Hungary. WWF is one of the largest green NGO’s globally. There is an office in Hungary (Budapest) for more than 20 years. Our forest programme is focusing on close-to-nature forest management, protected area management, education.

Activities. Creation of scientific and education materials (handbooks, guidelines, studies), organization of field trips, round table discussions, communication materials, e-learning modules


Challenges. All stakeholders have different background information, attitudes and financial, social interests which are challenging to harmonize

Next steps. We are keeping on organizing events, creating educational and communication materials, field trips; etc. It is also important to influence decision making on a political level

Notes :

Information gathered at: the 1st workshop on Sustainable Forest Management (17-20 March 2016)

Contact :

WWF Hungary

Contact: Laszlo Galhidy

E-mail: laszlo.galhidy(a)wwf.hu

Website: www.wwf.hu/en/wwf-hungary/

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Informations :

Niveau d’intervention : National

Mots-clés : conservation and management of natural resources, Biodiversity, Natura 2000, biodiversity conservation, timber production, natural habitats preservation

Lieux : Hungary

Acteurs : NGO, natural parc (national, regional, biosphere)

Méthodes : pedagogy, consulting/expertise, policy support, field trip, ouvrage, experience exchange, exchange of good practices