Stand number 4
ELO, RISE and Scottish Land and Estates promote a competitive and sustainable countryside that both support local economies whilst preserving nature and biodiversity for the generations to come. To underline the value that nature represents for humans in terms of health and wealth, our exhibition will intend to illustrate how the adequate land management is capable of protecting and strengthening biodiversity while generating a sustainable growth.
Stand number 13
Overseas Countries and Territories Association (OCTA) is forum to develop relationships between the Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT’s) and support their collective interests in areas of cooperation with the EU and international partners. OCT’s who share island specificities, extraordinary nature and environment, and an association to the EU.
Stand number 14
Copa-Cogeca is the European umbrella organisation representing farmers and agri-cooperatives. Together, they ensure that EU agriculture is sustainable, innovative and competitive, guaranteeing food security to half a billion people throughout Europe. Copa represents over 11 million farmers whilst Cogeca represents the interest of some 22,000 agricultural cooperatives.
Stand number 15
BirdLife Europe is a Partnership of nature conservation organisations in 47 countries, including all EU Member States, and a leader in bird conservation. Through its unique local to global approach BirdLife Europe delivers high impact and long term conservation for the benefit of nature and people.
Stand number 16
NABU is the German partner of BirdLife Europe. Founded in 1899, with today more than 560.000 members and supporters, NABU is the biggest German nature conservation NGO, with regional branches in the Federal States of Germany and more than 2.000 local groups..
Stand number 17
The International Polar Foundation supports polar scientific research for the advancement of knowledge, the promotion of informed action on climate change, and the development of a sustainable society.
Stand number 19
ECOTRANS was founded in 1993 as not-for-profit NGO for helping to make tourism in Europe more sustainable. Ecotrans provides expert coverage of a comprehensive set of sustainable tourism topics including biodiversity and tourism, and is active in research, education, training and consultancy in many European countries. On the international DestiNet platform Ecotrans provides transparency on sustainable tourism certification worldwide. www.ecotrans.org
Stand number 23
The European Citizen Science Association (ECSA) is a non-profit association (NGO) set up to encourage the growth of the citizen science movement in Europe. ECSA is supported by organisations from over 17 EU countries and includes the Natural History Museums of London, Paris, Berlin and Brussels. A fill list of Members and Supporting Organisations can be found on:
Stand number 24
IFAW provides hands-on assistance to animals in need, whether it's dogs and cats, wildlife and livestock, or rescuing animals in the wake of disasters. We also advocate to end commercial whaling and seal hunts and to stop the illegal trade in wildlife.
Stand number 27
Istanbul University has been involved in various FP7 projects, including CoCoNet. which aims to produce guidelines for establishing MPAs networks in the Mediterranean and Black Seas, as well as for developing offshore wind farms. TUDAV (Turkish Marine Research Foundation) is an NGO working on marine researches, protection and education.
Stand number 30
ICLEI is the world’s leading network of over 1,000 cities, towns and metropolises committed
to building a sustainable future. By helping our Members to make their cities sustainable,
low-carbon, resilient, biodiverse, resource-efficient, healthy and happy, with a green economy and smart infrastructure, we impact over 20% of the global population
Stand number 32
Global Nature Fund (GNF) is a non-profit international foundation for environment and nature. Besides international nature conservation, water and development projects, the GNF aims to raise awareness of ecological impacts of companies. From the supply chain to own premises there are several potential benefits companies can gain from preserving biodiversity.
Stand number 35
The Environmental Partnership Association (EPA) is a consortium of six foundations from Central and Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia) supporting community based environmental projects with already 23 years of experience. EPA’s objectives and activities focus on Biodiversity and Natural Capital protection and Sustainable Urban Development.
Stand number 42
ENEP is the European Network of Environmental Professionals (previously known as EFAEP - The European Federation of Associations of Environmental Professionals). It represents 22 European Environmental Organisations and over 45,000 individual professionals. ENEP is the leading environmental professional networking organisation across Europe.
Stand number 43
Natagora is a Belgian NGO dedicated to biodiversity protection and restoration.
Involving a network of professionals and volunteers, Natagora acts mainly through.
Acquisitions and management of nature reserves
Organisation of educational activities and awareness campaigns addressing various audiences.
Production of data and studies on wildlife issues.
Stand number 44
Xarxa de Custòdia del Territori (XCT) is a not-for-profit organization working to foster land stewardship as a conservation strategy for the natural, cultural and landscape resources and values of Catalonia and its environment. XCT has been the coordinating beneficiary of LANDLIFE European Project from 2011 to 2014.