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Activities towards implementing the  Prague recommendations since March  2011 Kun  Zoltan  Executive DirectorPaanajärvi NP...
PAN Parks contribution to ‘Poseltsvi’Policy development• Setting management benchmark through theverification process (reg...
PAN Parks contribution to ‘Poseltsvi’Awareness building• 10th Europe’s Wilderness Days in Soomaa• Developing a project con...
New online applicationsOne Million TweetsWe Love Wilderness
PAN Parks contribution to ‘Poseltsvi’Information needs• Participate in Wilderness Working Group to finalise thedefinition ...
All forms of PAs are contributing to biodiversity conservation!                  Wilderness                   area (see   ...
PAN Parks contribution to ‘Poseltsvi’Supporting capacity (20-23)Further developing FR options through PAN ParksLaunching ‘...
THANK YOU!www.panparks.org
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Panparks progress report wwg_april2012

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I was attending the Wilderness Working Group meeting on 11 April 2012 where I provided an update about the contribution of PAN Parks Foundation ot the European Agenda for Wilderness (a.k.a. Message from Prague adopted in May 2009, during the EC Presidency conference on wilderness). The progresses are linked to the various recommendations in the agenda.

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  1. 1. Activities towards implementing the Prague recommendations since March 2011 Kun Zoltan Executive DirectorPaanajärvi NP ©Viktor Gritsuk
  2. 2. PAN Parks contribution to ‘Poseltsvi’Policy development• Setting management benchmark through theverification process (regular monitoring of PAN Parkswilderness area network  Dzukija/Cepkelia certified,Kure Mountains to be certified• Developing management guideline in the framework ofan EC sub-contract (Alterra and Eurosite)  guideline tobe adopted by May 2012• Launch of The Million Project: 8 protected areas + 6NGOs signing agreement with us  400,000 ha• Wilderness is included in the EU 2020 BiodiversityStrategy
  3. 3. PAN Parks contribution to ‘Poseltsvi’Awareness building• 10th Europe’s Wilderness Days in Soomaa• Developing a project concept to be submitted to LIFE+on promoting the values of wilderness beyondenvironmental services• Mass communication: • Social media (facebook, twitter, youtube) • Visitor centres of park • PR work in the UK and Netherlands (focused on travel media)  New campaign to be launched in Autumn 2012
  4. 4. New online applicationsOne Million TweetsWe Love Wilderness
  5. 5. PAN Parks contribution to ‘Poseltsvi’Information needs• Participate in Wilderness Working Group to finalise thedefinition (see proposal as a separate slide)• Participating in the creation of Wilderness Register (ECfunded: Alterra, Leeds University, PAN Parks)• Promoting wilderness throughout the academic sector 3rd ECCB, 6th MMV, TEEB conference
  6. 6. All forms of PAs are contributing to biodiversity conservation! Wilderness area (see definition next page) Other protected areasToo small Wild areas (restoration to be and rewilding)wilderness Current stage of natural development (indicated by eg. IUCN category) Non-intervention (current mgmt practice) intervention
  7. 7. PAN Parks contribution to ‘Poseltsvi’Supporting capacity (20-23)Further developing FR options through PAN ParksLaunching ‘The Million Project’ which provides aframework to organisations working on the protection ofwilderness throughout EuropeAssessing the funding opportunities for neighboringcountries
  8. 8. THANK YOU!www.panparks.org
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