Time frame: 2013–2015

Funding: GEF, implemented through the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Vienna Office and the Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning, in cooperation with national experts and organisations

Project goal: Assisting the Republic of Macedonia in the process of revising the 2004 National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan with the aim to harmonise it with the Global Biodiversity Strategy and the Aichi Biodiversity Targets, and also to prepare the Fifth National Report to the Convention on Biological Diversity. In that regard, MES has provided expert support for the project implementation.

Contact person: Robertina Brajanoska brajanoska@mes.org.mk

Новости од МЕД

World Wetlands Day – Prespa Lake in focus

We celebrated the World Wetlands day on the 4th of February in Resen, jointly with the Municipality of Resen. This year we organized educational activities for the youngest students in the [...]

Informative signboard installed in Mariovo

The Macedonian Ecological Society today installed a signboard under the “Egyptian Vulture New LIFE” project (LIFE16 NAT/BG/000874). The content of the signboard is educational, and it contains [...]

A new winter Balkan Lynx monitoring session has started

Balkan lynx monitoring activities were initiated with the installing of the first box-traps in the National Park Mavrovo. The team of the Balkan Lynx Recovery Program along with the employees of [...]

Promotion of the Conservation Action Plan for the Balkan Lynx in Mavrovo National Park

On 26 December 2018, the Conservation Action Plan (CAP) for the Balkan Lynx was presented in the Mavrovo National Park (MNP), foreseeing systematic activities for the conservation of Balkan lynx [...]

Successful meeting between NP “Mavrovo and NP “Malet e Sharrit” in Kosovo

On 11 December 2018, a meeting took place on Shar Mountain in Kosovo among representatives of the Mavrovo National Park in Macedonia and the Sharri National Park in Kosovo, organised by the [...]

Second European Mammal Atlas

Published in 1999 and with more than 450 citations on the Web of Science, the first edition of the European Mammal Atlas has become one of the most cited books on mammals in Europe. The need for [...]

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