The first ENPLC year: our European policy impacts

What is ENPLC European policy impacts in 2021? Our successful cooperation on the European and policy level was demonstrated in a shared statement on OECMs to the European Commission. 

The CLC has also worked together with the European Commission in 2021 to set up a NADEG meeting on the topic of private land conservation in January 2022.  NADEG is the most important working-level platform for dialogue between the European Commission, EU member states, and interest groups on EU nature conservation issues. This high-level meeting was a great achievement and will lead to a stronger engagement of Member States in our work. 

The ENPLC team’s motivation to make a change is highly persistent. To grab the full vision, have a look at our general overview of the year

Daniel Cismas

Daniel Cismas: While on a quest to find purpose and identity for ourselves, we decided to become farmers and work the land. Daniel Cismas is managing, since 2009, together with his wife Tincuta, the Topa organic farm, located in The Saxon Villages Area of southern Transylvania. The land belongs to

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Released into the wild

ENPLC member Rewilding Portugal releases famous and rare Sorraia horses into the wild. On 23 April, Rewilding Portugal invites local supporters and friends of the organisation to Ermo das Águias, the Rewilding Portugal nature reserve near Vale de Madeira. Pedro Prata, Rewilding Portugal’s team leader, explains to ENPLC: “The Sorraia

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Daniel Cismas

Daniel Cismas: While on a quest to find purpose and identity for ourselves, we decided to become farmers and work the land. Daniel Cismas is

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Released into the wild

ENPLC member Rewilding Portugal releases famous and rare Sorraia horses into the wild. On 23 April, Rewilding Portugal invites local supporters and friends of the

Read More »