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Meeting of the Group of Specialists on the European Diploma for Protected Areas

The Group of Specialists on the European Diploma for Protected Areas met in Strasbourg on 13 March 2015 for their annual meeting.
Strasbourg, France 13 March 2015
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Background: The European Diploma for Protected Areas is a prestigious international award granted since 1965 by the Council of Europe. It is awarded to protected areas, managed in an exemplary way, for their outstanding scientific, cultural or aesthetic qualities and their European importance for the preservation of biological, geological and landscape diversity.

Last updated on 23/06/2015

 

Meeting report

 

Meeting information

Working documents

  • Report of the meeting of the Group of Specialists in 2014 - T-PVS/DE(2014)11E
  • Report of the meeting of the Group of Specialists in 2013 - T-PVS/DE(2013)10E
  • Application for the European Diploma: Vashlovani Protected Areas (Georgia) - T-PVS/DE(2014)08E
  • Appraisal report Vashlovani Protected Areas (Georgia) - T-PVS/DE(2015)02E
  • Appraisal report De Weerribben - De Wieden Nature Reserve (Netherlands) - T-PVS/DE(2015)03E
  • Appraisal report Podyji National Park (Czech republic) – Thayatal National Park (Austria) - T-PVS/DE(2015)04E
  • Appraisal report Bayerischer Wald National Park (Germany) - T-PVS/DE(2015)08E
  • Draft Resolutions on the award and the renewal of the European Diploma for Protected Areas and Draft Opinions in 2015 - T-PVS/DE(2015)05E
  • Annual reports 2014: analysis of the 2014 annual reports submitted by the European Diploma areas - T-PVS/DE(2015)06A