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  1. AOPK CR ICRAM EEIC A Consortium of nine organisations led by the MNHN (Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle) ICRAM

  2. National Museum of Natural History, FR • Agency for Nature Conservation and Landscape Protection, CZ • Central Institute for Research Applied to the Sea, IT • Estonian Environment Information Centre, EE • European Centre for Nature Conservation, pan-European organisation based in NL • European Forest Institute, pan-European organisation based in FI • Institute of Landscape Ecology – Slovak Academy of Sciences, SK • Joint Nature Conservation Committee, UK • Wetlands International, global organisation based in NL

  3. EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENT AGENCY FRAMEWORK PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT (2005-2008) SPECIFICAGREEMENTS (annual/pluriannualcontracts) ETC/BD CONSORTIUM CONSORTIUM AGREEMENT CONTRACTUAL ARRANGEMENTS

  4. 11 full time staff

  5. The ETC/BD Core Team, Paris…

  6. ETC/BD Core Team, Paris • Carlos Romão (PT), Manager, MNHN (ICNB-MoE)Habitats & Birds Directives, Natura 2000, reporting (romao@mnhn.fr) • Dominique Richard (FR), Deputy Manager, MNHNEEA Reporting, ecosystem assessments (drichard@mnhn.fr) • Sophie Condé (FR), MNHNBiodiversity indicators (conde@mnhn.fr) • Doug Evans (UK), seconded by Scottish Natural HeritageHabitats Directive, Natura 2000, EUNIS habitat classification (evans@mnhn.fr) • Marie-Paule Hindermeyer (FR), MNHNHabitats & Birds Directives, Natura 2000 (vignault@mnhn.fr)

  7. ETC/BD Core Team, Paris • Grégoire Loïs (FR), ECNCEUNIS, database management (lois@mnhn.fr) • Iurie Maxim (RO), MNHN (MoEWM)Article 17 reporting, GIS (maxim@mnhn.fr) • Brian Mac-Sharry (IE), seconded by Department of Environment & Local GovernmentGIS and spatial data (mac-sharry@mnhn.fr) • Zelmira Sipkova (SK), MNHNHabitats Directive, Natura 2000 (sipkova@mnhn.fr) • Marie-Claude Moses (CA/FR), MNHNAdministrator (moses@mnhn.fr) • Stéphanie Pyamootoo (FR), MNHNAssistant(ctecninf@mnhn.fr)

  8. Annual budget and financing • EUR 1.1 – 1.4 million • Ca. 65 – 70%European Environment Agency • Ca. 30 – 35%French Ministry of the Environment (Ministère de l’écologie, du développement et de l'aménagement durables)

  9. Short presentation of the ETC/BD partners…

  10. Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle • Public institution dedicated to research, higher education and culture under the authority of the Ministry for Research and New Technologies as well as of the Ministry of Ecology and Sustainable Development. • Major restructuration in 2001: 7 scientific departments, 3 of which directly linked to biodiversity research and expertise • Scientific reference to the Ministry of Ecology and Sustainable Development in support to policies, mainly through its Department on Ecology and Biodiversity Management • Designated as the French National Reference Centre on Nature and Biodiversity to the EEA • Coordinator of the successive ETCs dealing with nature and biodiversity since 1995 • http://www.mnhn.fr/

  11. Agentura Ochrany Přírody a Krajiny České Republiky • Governmental body • Technical organisation of the Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic • Mission: to provide technical support to the state administration through the entire spectrum of nature conservation and landscape protection on the whole territory of the Czech Republic • http://www.nature.cz/

  12. European Centre for Nature Conservation • Private independent foundation working for the conservation and sustainable use of Europe’s nature, biodiversity and landscapes; http://www.ecnc.nl/ • European network of 43 organisations in 22 countries – research institutes, universities, conservation agencies and knowledge centres; • Mission: actively promotes, by bridging the gap between science and policy, the conservation of nature and especially of biodiversity in Europe • ECNC projects are clustered in five thematic programmes: 1) nature and society, 2) interaction between ecology and economy, 3) European ecological networks, 4) state of Europe’s nature and biodiversity, 5) support to international organizations and policy initiatives

  13. European Forest Institute • International organisation established by Convention between European countries; network of 140 organisations from 39 countries • Members of EFI are universities, research institutes, industry and non-governmental organisations • Established to conduct, promote and co-operate in the research of forests, forestry and forest products at the pan-European level • EFI conducts research in four Research Programmes (Forest Ecology and Management; Forest Products Markets and Socio-Economics; Policy Analysis; and Forest Resources and Information) • http://www.efi.fi/

  14. Central Institute for Research Applied to the Sea (ICRAM) • Public research and advisory institute (established in 1982), operating under the authority of the Ministry of Environment • Mission: to contribute to the care, protection and sustainable use of the sea and its resources • ICRAM carries out scientific and technological research • Organised in 4 departments: 1. Environmental quality monitoring, 2. prevention and mitigation of impacts, 3. habitats & biodiversity, 4. sustainable use of resources • http://www.icram.org/

  15. Ústav krajinnej ekológie – Slovenskej akadémie vied • Public organisation • ILE SAS is an interdisciplinary scientific institute for both the basic and applied research as well as for coordination and elaboration of ecological plans and projects • Since 1967 it organizes every three years regular international symposia on ecological problems of landscape. At the sixth Symposium in Piešťany in 1982 the International Association of  Landscape Ecology (IALE) was founded • http://uke.sav.sk/

  16. Joint Nature Conservation Committee • Company Limited by Guarantee http://www.jncc.gov.uk/ • UK Government's wildlife adviser, undertaking national and international conservation work on behalf of the three country nature conservation agencies English Nature, Scottish Natural Heritage and the Countryside Council for Wales • Main functions: • To advise ministers on the development of policies for, or affecting, nature conservation in Great Britain and internationally; • To provide advice and knowledge to anyone on nature conservation issues affecting Great Britain and internationally; • To establish common standards throughout Great Britain for the monitoring of nature conservation and for research into nature conservation and the analysis of the results; and • To commission or support research which the Committee deems relevant to the special functions.

  17. Keskkonnaministeeriumi Info-ja Tehnokeskus • Public organisation (established in 1989) • The Estonian Environment Information Centre aims to collect, process and generalise data on Estonian nature, state of environment and influencing factors provide reliable environmental information for Estonian decision-makers, Estonian and foreign public and organisations • Over 50 people divided into 7 departments • http://www.keskkonnainfo.ee/

  18. Wetlands International • Leading global non-profit organisation dedicated solely to the crucial work of wetland conservation and sustainable management • Well-established networks of experts and close partnerships with key organisations provide WI with the essential tools for catalysing conservation activities worldwide • Activities are based on sound science and have been carried out in over 120 countries • Mission:  To sustain and restore wetlands, their resources and biodiversity for future generations through research, information exchange and conservation activities, worldwide • http://www.wetlands.org/