Transportation Infrastructure and Wildlife Corridors – learning from experience


October 16-18 2013 at Hotel Fontana, Luhačovice, Czech Republic

This workshop highlights wildlife corridors and their importance in preventing further fragmentation of the environment, with special focus on the Carpathian area. We will share and discuss experiences regarding ecological networks (methodologies, legislation, application, etc.) in preparation of the expected development of transportation infrastructure in the Carpathian area and with the aim to minimize negative consequences for the environment and animal populations.

The workshop will be held in English and will contain oral presentations (by both invited speakers and selected contributions by participants), posters, working group discussions and an excursion on the last day.

The workshop addresses policy makers, researchers, students, civil engineers, biologists, and NGO’s. It is held by IENE, in collaboration with the Transport Research Centre of the Czech Republic (TRC CR), the Nature Conservation Agency of the Czech Republic (NCA CR) and the State Nature Protection of Slovakia.

First announcement can be found here


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