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The Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro commissioned us to prepare management guidelines for the management of the future Natura 2000 sites. During two intense work-periods in Montenegro, after learning about the protected area system and interacting with various stakeholders, we prepared [...]

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Restoring the longitudinal connectivity of Romanian rivers and streams 05.11.2018 The quality of rivers and their water, which is a vital resource to us, depends on the integrity of water bodies and quality of river life. Interventions diminishing the longitudinal connectivity of rivers and streams, [...]

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Manual of good practices for guides Cycle tourism is a fascinating way of experiencing nature, enjoying the landscape and getting a taste of country life, where hospitality and the joy of living are at home. Every slope, every curve, hill or path climbed or descended offer the satisfaction of [...]

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Manual of good practices for guides Mountain guiding is a regulated trade in Romania (HG 305/2001), as is leading tourist groups on a mountainous terrain (HG 77/2003). This means that any person offering services as a mountain guide in the country (either as a citizen or foreigner) must be qualified [...]

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Currently, being a guide for tourist water activities is not a regulated trade in Romania. However, the person who leads a group of tourists within a water activity programme must be qualified as a touristic guide and work based on a certificate issued by the Tourism Control and Authorisation Directorate [...]

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Manual of good practices for guides   Observing nature contains a wide range of activities, which cover vast branches of biology. Carried away by the image of African savannas and equatorial jungles, we often forget that Romania has an impressive biodiversity, which is rarely used as [...]

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Manual of good practices for guides Mountains, as a geographical and cultural space, is sought by an increasingly larger number of people eager for outdoor activities, peace and relaxation, agro-pastoral landscape, aesthetic and sport enjoyment. If in the past the mountain represented the realm of [...]

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Manual of good practices for guides In our modern society, the horse is no longer indispensable to the agricultural and forestry chores, but is actually going through an “identity” crisis, becoming more of a decoration piece and rarely seen in everyday life. Still, many of us have [...]

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Sustainable Forest Management is defined as: “administration and use of forests and forest land in a way and to a level which maintains biodiversity, productivity, regeneration capacity, vitality and the potential to fulfil now and in the future its relevant ecological, economical and social functions, [...]

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Nature has always a been a source of inspiration and fascination for humankind and, as we have evolved, nature has become a source of exploitation until, towards the end of the 19th century and the beginning of last century, more and more responsible, nature loving people started realising that all this [...]

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