Today, 30 years ago, the Berlin Wall that separated the capital city in Western and Eastern Germany fell. Just before the final decline of East Germany, one of the most unique nature reserves was created.
The lead partner of the Interreg Central Europe BEECH POWER Project, Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development, is looking for a new Interreg Youth Volunteer! The internship starts as soon as possible and ends on the
We are thrilled to announce that the European Wilderness Society will be starting soon with a transnational and multi-year Interreg project, called BEECH POWER. Under the lead of Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development, together we
The Viterbo Declaration has been signed by 80 scientists and experts, aiming for the safeguarding of functional beech forest ecosystems across the world.
The European Beech Forest Network (EBFN) recently held their 1st general assembly in Viterbo, Italy. The 11th International Beech Symposium held at the University of Tuscia in Viterbo, Italy was the venue for this important
A recent European Wilderness Quality Standard Quick Audit of the Maramarosh massif continued our long-term partnership with the Carpathian Biosphere Reserve (CBR). The Maramarosh mountains are one of the massifs of the Carpathian Biosphere Reserve, located