This project facilitated the full-scale implementation of Natura 2000 in Lithuania. It included the development of management plans for 60 designated Natura 2000 sites.
Review of Danish applications for funding through the EU LIFE-Nature instrument.
This project increased the capacity of the Estonian Fund for Nature to act as a focal point for environmental NGOs using the Aarhus Convention in their work.
This project identified potential Natura 2000 peatland sites and involved the elaboration of management plans for six selected peatland areas in a stakeholder-based process. The project also developed educational materials on peatland ecology.
Small forest operations in Estonia now have easier access to become FSC certified: Pilot testing by the project “Smallholder Certification in Estonia” has proven the viability of a new model for…
On the 13th of October, members of European Network of Forest Entrepreneurs (ENFE) and other stakeholders will meet to discuss certification of ‘green’ forestry services.
An innovative project towards certification of forest service enterprises has been awarded a 3-year grant by the EU Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation.