Culture, Heritage and Diversity


Landscape Award sessions 2008-2009 of the Council of Europe

 

Projects submitted


States

Candidates

Project title

Language*

Czech Republic

Tourist Club

Marking system of the tourist trails

E

Finland

Hämeenkyrö

Landscape Management of Hämeenkyrö National Landscape Area

E

France

Lille Métropole

Parc de la Deûle + Powerpoint by Mr Slimane TIR, President of the Natural Space Lille Métropole, Vice-President of Lille- Métropole, Council of Europe Landscape Award 2009 Park of "la Deûle"

E/F

Hungary

Public Foundation for Nature Conservation Pro Vértes

Implementation of the Complex Nature Conservation and Landscape Management Programme in the Zámoly Basin

E

Italy

Val di Cornia

The Val di Cornia Parc System

E

Slovenia

University of Ljubljana

Regional Distribution of Landscape Types

E

Spain

San Sebastián City Council

Parque de Christina Enea

E/S

Turkey

Association for Nature Conservation

Biodiversity and Natural Resources Management Project

E

 

* File language : E = English; F = French; S = Spanish

 

Decision of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe


At their 1066th Meeting of 23 September 2009, the Committee of Ministers’ Deputies decided:

 

to confer the Council of Europe Landscape Award, under the European Landscape Convention, to the "Parc de la Deûle", Lille Métropole (France);

 

to give a special mention of the Council of Europe Landscape Award to the "Parque de Christina Enea", San Sebastián (Spain);

 

to congratulate the originators of the projects and the achievements linked with the following briefs: s:

  • "Marking system of the tourist trails ", Tourist Club (Czech Republic);

  • "Landscape Management of Hämeenkyrö National Landscape Area", Hämeenkyrö (Finland);

  •  "Implementation of the Complex Nature Conservation and Landscape Management Programme in the Zámoly Basin", Public Foundation for Nature Conservation Pro Vértes (Hungary);

  • "The Val di Cornia Parc System", Val di Cornia (Italy);

  • "Biodiversity and Natural Resources Management Project", Association for Nature Conservation (Turkey);

to recognise the exemplary value of the work entitled "Regional Distribution of Landscape Types ", University of Ljubljana (Slovenia).

 

The Award and the special mention were officially presented on 8 October 2009 by the representative of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe on the occasion of the 8th Meeting of the Council of Europe on the implementation of the European Landscape Convention (Malmö, Sweden, 8-9 October 2009) - Press Release