EUROPARC Atlantic Isles brings together organisations and individuals, who manage protected areas in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and the Republic of Ireland. We are a section of the EUROPARC Federation. Our members bring with them a wealth of experience and expertise from national parks, regional parks, areas of outstanding natural beauty, local authorities, government agencies and non-governmental organisations. We aim to use our strong international connections to promote good practice and policy in protected area management.

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Latest news

Understanding Biodiversity Credits

26th October, 2023

Postponed until Tuesday 21st November at 12.00 – Manesh Lacoul will explain the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) Target 19 deals with the biodiversity financing gap through innovative tools like biodiversity credits to leverage private investments.

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Mobile big data for understanding people in nature

26th October, 2023

Tuesday 31st October at 12.00 – Tuuli Toivonen will explore the possibilities of using various mobile big data sources (such as mobile phone data and social media data) for understanding where and when people visit nature.

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Creative ways of engaging with visitors in Protected Landscapes   Tuesday 30st January at 12.00 UK time

10th January, 2023

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Members Event

9th June, 2022

Following the success of last years members event we have organised a big and better event and at the request of feedback have organised opportunities for you to network and go and see and share ideas onsite by organising a series of site vists on the themes of: Restore – nature Reconnect – people Rethink […]

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Airborne LiDAR use in peatland restoration webinar

10th May, 2022

Thursday 9th June at 12.00 The North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is the second largest of the 46 AONBs in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, containing approximately 900 km2 of peatland which has historically been drained and degraded. Restoration planning typically involves surveying large areas of peatland on foot, but this approach […]

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