A profile article about European Wildlife organisation has been published in the latest issue of a prestigious magazine Pan European Networks: Science & Technology. This is where the conservation organisation got a chance to present its main projects and priorities.
Especially a project of European Centre of Biodiversity and projects dealing with the return of animals which, in the past, became extinct, into Central European nature – particularly European bisons, wild bees or wild cats.
Janez Potocnik, the Environmental Commissioner, in the very same issue of the magazine introduced his visions on conservation of wild animals in Europe. European Commissioner for agriculture and rural development Dacian Ciolos focused on the subject of sustainable development in agriculture. Other environmental articles focused on the conservation of nature in polar regions, project Eurochamp-2 exploring climate change and air pollution or the Tara Oceans Expedition studying plankton.
“It is a great pleasure for us to be able to present our project in such fine company.” – Dalibor Dostal, Director of conservation organisation, European Wildlife
Pan European Networks: Science & Technology is distributed to over 250,000 key European figures, including policy makers, legislators, influential academics and leading industrialists, the publication covers not only advances in scientific discovery but the important supporting frameworks that drives forward European science.