4. The European continent as a time machine for knowledge production and learning towards sustainable landscapes

Chairs: Per K. Angelstam, Mariia M. Fedoriak

May 28, 16:00 – 17:00 and May 29, 14:00 – 15:30 (Auditorium EUROPA)

First author

Affiliation

Country

Paper title

Alexandr Iscenco 

Moldovan Environmental Governance Academy (MEGA)

Moldova

Economic Valuation of Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity Conservation: Application of Choice Modelling in the Codru Forest in the Republic of Moldova

Kakha Nadiradze, Nana Pirasmanashvili

AFRD

Georgia

Agrobiodiversity Conservation in Genes Bank

Vladimir Ryzhikov 

Institute for Nature Management of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus

Belarus

Belarus Joined the International Monitoring of Honey Bee Colony Losses

Per Angelstam 

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)

Sweden

Learning Landscape Approach through Evaluation: Opportunities for Pan-European Long-Term Socio-Ecological Research

Mariia Fedoriak,
Yuriy Fedkovych

Chernivtsi National University

Ukraine

Exploring beekeepers perceived factors affecting beekeeping in traditionally and intensively managed Ukrainian landscapes

Sviataslau Valasiuk, Mikołaj Czajkowski, Marek Giergiczny, Tomasz Żylicz,
Knut Veisten,
Iratxe Landa Mata, Askill Harkjerr Halse, Per Angelstam

University of Warsaw

Poland

Are Transboundary Nature Protected Areas International Public Goods? An Evidence from the European Union Outer Borders

Henri Järv,
Olga Likhacheva,
Viktar Kireyeu,
Raymond Ward

Estonian University of Natural Sciences

Estonia

National Parks on either side of the EU border - with people, for people or for the sake of nature?

Oksana Maryskevych 

Institute of Ecology of Carpathians NAS of Ukraine

Ukraine

Cross-border cooperation Ukr-Pl-Sk of protection area

Natalia Luzhkova

FSE "Zapovednoe Podlemorye"

Russia

Destination approach as a tool of nature tourism management in Biosphere Reserve “Barguzinsky”