7th June 2020
On June 7, 2020 the German UNESCO World Heritage Day was organized focusing on the theme "World Heritage connects".
3 June 2020, Slovenia
While the visitor numbers are thought to be relatively low, with Nomination Dossier in 2016 estimated only a few hundred visitors per year, there are no reliable data available about the visitor pressure in the area just yet.
30 April 2020
In the open panel discussion expert panelists discussed the impact of the outbreak on nature and society, and shared what they were concerned about, hopeful for, or even looking forward to in the future.
23 April 2020
Due to the COVID-19 prevention measures, the Steering Committee of the project is organizing regular online meetings.
22 April 2020, Belgium
The Sonian Forest Foundation in Belgium is looking for a new full-time employee in the Permanent Secretary Office UNESCO World Heritage 2020 – 2024 ‘Ancient and Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and Other Regions of Europe’.
8th April 2020
Five experts of the BEECH POWER project share their thoughts about the objectives and values of the BEECH POWER project. Watch their statements here!
February 24-26th 2020, Eberswalde, Germany
Workshop's aim was to define a structure and related criteria for a standardized approach that would assist managers of component parts of the UNESCO Beech forest World Heritage property.
13th February, 2020 Angermünde, Germany
The photo exhibition “Capturing Beech Forests”, opened first in Eberswalde, Germany, has now moved to its next location: the city of Angermünde.
13th December, 2019, Eberswalde , Germany
„Capturing Beech Forests“ is a photo exhibition highlighting the high value of the lasts remnants of old-growth beech forests in Europe, by showing examples of their beauty, (bio)diversity and also the threats to beech forest ecosystems all around Europe.
13th December, 2019, Slovenia
A BEECH POWER volunteer hosted a Citizens Engagement Activity at the Slovenia Forest Service.
1th-4th December, 2019, Kaluža, Slovakia
A workshop "Risk and vulnerability" was held within the 2nd thematic work package. The workshop was facilitated using the same methodology as the one in Slovenia called MARISCO.
November-December 2019, Slovenia
Two Conflict resolution workshops took place in Slovenia, entitled “How to get to the solution, when we have differing opinions?”
30th November, 2019, Slovenia
The workshop targeted the Slovenian component part Snežnik, the forest reserve and its buffer zone.
18-19th November, 2019, Ljubljana, Slovenia
BEECH POWER project partners from Germany, Slovakia, and Slovenia met in Ljubljana to attend a two-day workshop that focused on identifying and discussing key ecological attributes and threats for both Slovenian component parts — Snežnik and Krokar.
15th November, 2019, Kočevsko region, Slovenia
Members of Slovenia Forest Service and the Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development visited the deep and extensive forests of the Kočevsko region, where we one of the smallest World Heritage component part can be found.
4-5th November, 2019, Angermünde, Germany
The workshop was open to broad audience, Evening discussions allowed attendance of public administrations, NGOs, interested citizens, several project partners and IVY volunteers.
20-27 October, 2019, Strasbourg, France
The week was spent exploring what triggers youth engagement in Europe today, specifically in environmental politics and activism.
10-12 October, 2019, Bad Langensalza, Germany
This unique 3-day event included various sessions, bringing together beech experts of Germany as well as other practitioners and scientists.
7-10th October, Lungau, Austria
BEECH POWER was presented to approx. 60 Austrian-Ukrainian Youth during the Youth Green Conference.
7-10 October, 2019, Brussels, Belgium
9th of September, 2019, Budapest, Hungary
BEECH POWER was attending the Interreg Central Europe seminar on Communication.
21st August 2019, Germany
Participants were shocked by beech trees that are suffering from severe drought stress, extreme temperatures and increased sun radiation.
16th to 20th of July 2019, Germany
Currently, in northern Thuringia the beech forests experience an unprecedented dieback, probably triggered by the extreme weather conditions.
18th July 2019, Klagenfurt, Austria
Project representatives attended the workshop on Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas, which was organised as part of the European Parks Academy.
19th June, Vienna
The training provided a great opportunity to learn more details on project management and finances.
14-16th June, Eberswalde, Germany
The kick-off conference provided platform to create synergies between the objectives of the project and associated partners.
12-16th June, Eberswalde, Germany
Three-day kick-off event and two-day conference brought together international project partners, associated partners and the interested public to focus on the project objectives.