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  • Conférence EUROPARC 2016 Les Parcs, c'est nous !

    Conférence EUROPARC 2016
    Les Parcs, c'est nous !

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Quinze ateliers (workshops) auront lieu en parallèle jeudi de 10:00 à 12:00 et de 14:00 à 16:00. Ils dureront environ quatre heures (deux heures le matin et deux heures l'après-midi) et permettront une analyse plus détaillée d'un sujet donné, avec des études de cas de toute l'Europe. Ces sessions plus longues donneront à chacun une chance de participer, de conclure sur quelques questions importantes et de découvrir de nouvelles solutions à reprendre dans vos propres parcs.

FR et EN signifient que le tutoriel sera en français ou en anglais seulement. Il n'y a pas de traduction fournie.

1. Nous nous engageons aux côtés du Parc (FR)

Chantal Stegmuller-Darriulat, Parc Jura vaudois - Salle 413

L’Implication locale des habitants est un atout pour les parcs. Comment solliciter les habitants ? Quels projets et actions existent déjà ? Comment fonctionne la Charte des habitants du Parc Jura vaudois ? Quel type de partenariat est nécessaire entre les habitants et le parc ? Que peut-on faire quand les relations ne sont pas bonnes ?

Etude de cas 1 : Charte des habitants du Parc Jura vaudois (CH)

2. Nous sommes les décideurs (EN/FR)

Susanna Meyer, Pro Natura CH - Salle 1 (Ecole Technique)

How we manage protected areas has a great influence on how we can move things forward and engage the population. Therefore it is important to implicate the local population and stakeholders. Protected areas include exceptional landscapes and a rich natural and cultural heritage. They play an important role in the conservation of biodiversity and sustainable development.

Comment nous gérons les espaces protégés a une grande influence sur la façon dont nous pouvons faire avancer les choses et impliquer la population. Donc c’est  important impliquer la population et les acteurs locaux. Les espaces protégés comprennent des paysages exceptionnels ainsi qu’un riche patrimoine naturel et culturel. Ils jouent un rôle important dans la conservation de la diversité biologique et dans le développement durable.

Étude de cas 1 : Parco Locarnese presented by Samantha Bourgouin (CH)
Étude de cas 2 : Le Parc Jura vaudois presenté by Gilbert Paquet (CH)

4. We are Wetland management and restoration (EN)

Francis Müller, Fédération des Conservatoires d'espaces naturels - Salle 6 (Ecole Technique)

What is the current state of wetlands in Europe? Who manages them? What is their value to people? Why protect them? What is the best way to manage and exploit them? How can large peatlands used by agriculture become areas of sustainable paludiculture?

Étude de cas 1 : Mires in the Jura mountains (Franche-Comté - FR) and Massif central (FR), with two projects aiming the functional restoration of a network of sites on French highlands, presented by Francis Muller, Fédération des Conservatoires d'espaces naturels / Pôle-relais tourbières (FR)

5. We manage nature regional landscape Parks (EN)

Erika Stanciu, EUROPARC Federation - Salle 3 (Ecole Technique)

How we manage our parks has a great bearing on how we can get things done and how we can involve people. Let's look at different governance systems and learn from them.

Covering up to 25 per cent of the land in individual states, Nature-Regional Landscape parks play a vital role in the wide network of protected areas across the whole of Europe. They comprise outstanding landscapes with a special wealth of natural and cultural heritage with a forward-looking role in the conservation of biological diversity, nature and the countryside, in nature-oriented recreation and sustainable tourism, and in the sustainable development of rural areas.

Étude de cas 1 : 'Europe’s Nature-Regional-Landscape Parks', présenté par Katharina Denkinger, Verband Deutscher Naturparke (DE)
Étude de cas 2 : Propark Foundation Report of the governance of PA in eastern Europe, présenté par Erika Stanciu (RO)

6. We are Friends (EN)

Giacomo Benelli, EUROPARC Federation - Salle 4 (Ecole Technique)

How Friends of parks groups can be an asset for parks. Learn from experiences of Friends groups working to support parks across Europe as to how to "get by with a little help from our Friends ".

Étude de cas 1 : Friends Groups in Finland, présenté par Lasse Lovén (FI)
Étude de cas 2 : Friends of Schwarzwald National park, présenté par Humbertus Welt (DE)

7. We are Youth (EN)

Federico Minozzi, EUROPARC Federation - Salle 602

An increasing number of young people (aged 13-17) involved in Junior Ranger programmes turn youth (18+) and remain keen, motivated and passionate about their Protected areas and want to stay involved. Here we gather best practise from across Europe to help us develop a new Youth + programme for EUROPARC.

Étude de cas 1 : Youth + programme in Dutch National parks, présenté par Thea Peters (NLD)
Étude de cas 2 : Youth + from Cairngorms National Park, présenté par Alan Smith (UK)

8. We are Healthy Parks (EN)

Pete Rawcliffe - Salle 603

We can all agree that physical activity and contact with nature is essential for human health. However, as this is a relatively new field of work there has been a clear need to build the evidence base to demonstrate the public health benefits that Protected Areas provide. Find out how parks and agencies in Europe have opened up new areas of work and funding ensuring parks and the health centres of the future...

Étude de cas 1 : Health and PA and agency approach, présenté par Alan Smith, SNH Scotland (UK)
Étude de cas 2 : The Health effect from Nature, présenté par Susanne Rosenild, Municipality of Vordingborg (DK)

9. We are Volunteers (EN)

Fernando Pinillos, EUROPARC Federation - Salle 612

Working with volunteers in Parks is very rewarding but also can present some management challenges. Getting people involved in biodiversity management in particular through "citizen science" projects is a god way to connect people to nature and have some useful data collected. Voluntary Ranger too are a way where citizens can work closely in their park. We learn of some positive experiences from around Europe.

Étude de cas 1 : Moors for the Future in the Peak District NP, présenté par Sarah Proctor (UK)
Étude de cas 2 : Volunteering programs at national environmental agency of Iceland, présenté par René Biasone (IS)

10. We need Money (EN)

Paulo Castro - Salle 613

Money makes the parks go around and it is becoming harder to find. It can often be difficult to develop relationships with private companies and create good sponsorship. Some parks in Europe however have done just that. Find out how they found the money they needed.

Étude de cas 1 : Example of Hohe Tauren National Park, présenté par Peter Rupitsch, Austria (AT)
Étude de cas 2 : Economical model from De Hoge Veluwe National Park, présenté par Henk Beukhof, Pays-Bas (NL)

11. We are Communicators (EN)

Barbara Pais, EUROPARC Federation - Salle 622

Humans are social animals and communication is essential for us to understand each other, this is no less important in parks trying to deliver positive communication to both wide and specific audiences. Let's investigate some innovative old and new communication tools and styles that deliver strong messages that change hearts and minds!

Étude de cas 1 : Dark Sky Region Eifel - A Protected Area for Nocturnal Habitats and Starry Night Sky around Eifel National Park, présenté par Harald Bardenhagen (DE)
Étude de cas 2 : Nature Concerthall project, présenté par Silvija Nora Kalnins, project Director

12. We are sustainable Farmers (EN)

Brian Dunne, Wicklow Uplands - Salle 623

Our relationship with food is intimate, it is connected deeply to our cultures and landscapes. Yet in a rapidly urbanised population people are losing contact with their food sources. Protected areas have the potential to be places where people and farming can live, work and learn how to manage the land sustainably. This workshop brings examples from across Europe, and will discuss how we can achieve a better understanding between nature conservation and farming perspectives.

Étude de cas 1 : Sustainable uplands agriculture scheme from Wicklow Uplands, présenté par Brian Dunne, Ireland (IR)
Étude de cas 2 : LAG Development Centre NGO and Lahemaaa National Park, présenté par Sirje Kuusik, Estonia (EE)

13. We support N2000 (EN)

Michael Hosek - Salle 411

N2000 is the European designation for nature conservation, but often has experienced problems locally with lack of people being involved or difficult conflicts. How can people participate in the management of nature and learn to love their N2000 sites? Examples from Europe will share their challenges and solutions!

Étude de cas 1 : České Středohoří PLA from Czech Republic (CZ)
Étude de cas 2 : Les Gorges du Tarn et de la Jonte et Le rôle de la Fédération des chasseurs dans les sites Natura2000 en Lozère, présenté par Arnaud Julien (FR)

14. We are concerned about climate change (EN)

Marta Murcia, EUROPARC Spain - Salle 412

What is the role that protected areas play in climate change, since they are both adapting and being affected as well as being mitigators to ameliorate the effects. Which information sources are available to protected areas to help their future management needs and how can we best monitor change?  Find out how some parks in Europe are tackling this issue.

Étude de cas 1 : Monitoring of animal biodiversity in the Italian Alps, Gran Paradiso National Park, présenté par Cristiana Cerrato (IT)
Étude de cas 2 : Habit-Change project pour le Biebrza National Park, présenté par Mateusz Grygoruk, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, et Marco Neubert, IERD (PL)

15. We develop sustainable tourism (EN/FR)

Tina Müller, Réseau des parcs suisses - Salle 7 (Ecole Technique)

This workshop, lead by the Swiss Parks Network, will examine how 2017 is the UN- year of “Sustainable Tourism”. Parks are playing an important role by developing and promoting sustainable tourism worldwide. On the local, regional and even national level, they can be catalysts for sustainability. Therefore, parks are committed to establish a basis for cooperation, shared knowledge and a common understanding in the field of sustainable tourism – The key for achieving longlasting success in this field resides in the implementation of a bottom up process involving all touristic stakeholders throughout the whole value chain (information/transport/accommodation/food/activities). In this workshop, we will look at case studies of parks that are cooperating with tourism offices, tour operators and partners in the branches of accommodation and gastronomy to create and promote high quality sustainable products.

Étude de cas 1 : Task sharing between park & tourism, Anne-Laure Bloüet, Tourism Project Manager, Brière Regional Nature Park, France
Étude de cas 2 : Promoting parks & sustainable tourism, Sabina Brack, Marketing Summer, Switzerland Tourism
Étude de cas 3 : Cooperation between park & tour operators and innovative projects of sustainable tourism, Bruno Daversin, Sustainable Tourism Project Manager, Cévennes National Park, France

 

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