Swiss Nature Conservation Projects

Swiss Nature Conservation Projects

2015. May 15.

Swiss Contribution supports six nature conservation large projects in Hungary. Results of these projects were presented in a conference organised by BirdLife Hungary/MME on 15 May 2015.

Jean-François Paroz, Swiss ambassador greets the conference

Jean-François Paroz, Swiss ambassador underlined in his greeting speech the importance of conservation efforts and conected education, research and communication activities. These efforts were supported by Swiss Contribution, granting approximately 2 billion HUF for the six projects. These projects cover broad range of activities stemmed from Natura 2000 network and delivered by governmental and non-governmental organisations, research and education institutions in Hungary.

Dr. György Gémesi, major of Gödöllő town, hosting the conference, greets conference

Presentations of conference available below (in English).


Role of government in conservation projects of Swiss-Hungarian Contribution - András Schmidt, deputy head of department, Ministry of Agriculture

Results of "Surveys of protected and strictly protected animal species of community interest and the development of their monitoring methodologies in the Natura 2000 sites of Vas, Zala and Somogy counties" project

Results of "Multipurpose assessment serving forest biodiversity conservation in the Carpathian region of Hungary" project

Results of "Sustainable conservation on Hungarian Natura 2000 sites" project

Results of "Cooperation for the protection of our natural assets" project

Results of "Sky-high schoolroom" project - KOKOSZ

Results of "Sky-high schoolroom" project - BirdLife Hungary/MME

Results of "Widening the green kindergarten and ecoschool movements" project