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Ana Krvarić

Project Officer at WWF Adria

INVITATION to the EU Regions Week talk ˝Socioeconomic effects of the pandemic on central Europe & why transnational cooperation is central to become more resilient˝, 14 October, 14:30 - 15:00 CET

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as we know it. The acute health crisis continues and negative socioeconomic consequences are fast beginning to show. More cooperation among central European regions and cities will be needed in the next years to become more resilient together.

You are invited to register before 27 September for the talk session at the fully virtual #EURegionsWeek 2020 to hear more and discuss:

> How the pandemic affected central Europe and why cooperation is central in a “new normal”

> Which key challenges need to be addressed and funded by the next Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme in view of the COVID-19 aftermath

The whole session will last no longer than 30 minutes.

Registration at: https://europa.eu/regions-and-cities/programme/sessions/1170_en   

#COVID19 #europe #Interreg #pandemic #resilience

Fernando Pinillos

CEETO Communication Manager at EUROPARC Federation

FIDELO project call for collaboration on COVID impact on Parks

 

FIDELIO project (https://www.fidelio.landecon.cam.ac.uk/) is currently researching the impact that the COVID19 crisis is having on Parks (or administrations responsible for Parks) , especially those with a high tourism offer. For that reason, it is inviting Park representatives and managing bodies willing to collaborate to share their experience in order to:

  • Explore the importance of protected areas for local communities before, during and after the pandemic;
  • Identify effective policy tools that can promote behavioural change in users when visiting protected areas;
  • Contribute in a network of communication between European protected areas to exchange information and experiences regarding COVID-19 management issues;
  • Identify opportunities for change.

May you be interested in collaborating please contact: fidelio@hermes.cam.ac.uk.

It will only require you to be interviewed by the researcher and to attend two workshops online on 1st July and 1st September. Places are limited.

 

#COVID19 #COVID19 impact #pandemia impact #park management