The roundtable ‘To See And Save: Creating An Accessible Educational Environment In Specially Protected Nature Areas’ was held on 21 March 2019 in Kaliningrad, Russia.
The aim was to present the best Russian and foreign practices in Specially Protected NatureAreas (SPNA). Main topics were:
– Accessible infrastructure on eco trails;
– Special features of the ‘live lessons’ in nature;
– Interactive sites and objects d’art: how to ‘tactfully’ furnish an ecological trail in harmony with nature?
– Igor Kovach, Stolby Nature Reserve (Krasnoyarsk)
– Poplavskaya, LivingLessons
– Svetlana Nigmatullina, Director of the Social and Educational Project Development Centre Aura
– Svetlana Belova, Director of Machaon International (Slovakia)
– Alois Lang, Head of the Eco-Tourism and PR Department of the Neusiedler See-Seewinkel National Park (Austria)
– Lennart Gladh, Senior Advisor of Coalition Clean Baltic
– Eva Arnemo, Upplandsstiffelsen Foundation Representative
Some pictures from the event: