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Riparian forest ecosystem in the lower reaches of Amudarya river in Uzbekistan officially belongs to the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves

16. September 2021, Greifswald / Tashkent: Since yesterday, the riparian forest ecosystem in the lower reaches of Amudarya river in Uzbekistan's…

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[Translate to EN:] Hans Joosten (Foto: T. Dahms)

The German Environmental Award goes to...

This year, the German Federal Environmental Foundation for the Environment (DBU) is honouring peatland scientist Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c.. Hans Joosten with…

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Succow Foundation starts with new a project in the Baltic states within the 5th call of the EUKI of the BMU

“Carbon capturing by Baltic peatland farmers – Practical exchange for paludiculture & carbon farming”

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Harvested Typha in a bale (Foto: T. Dahms)

Finally: Paludiculture is in the CAP, but wath does it mean?

At the end of June there was a decision on the common agricultural policy in a trialogue between three EU institutions. He takes moor into account…

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Succow Foundation successfully concluded the year 2020

Annual report downloadable here

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Workshop on the participation of the local population and stakeholders in European UNESCO biosphere reserves

The workshop on the Participation of the local population and stakeholders in European UNESCO Biosphere Reservestook place from 5th – 8th July 2021,…

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Aerial view Pichori river into Paliastomi sea (c) Paata Vardanishvili

First UNESCO World Natural Heritage in Georgia

On July 26th 2021 the Colchic Rainforests and Wetlands in Georgia are officially inscripted on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Succow Foundation…

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8th CADI newsletter available!

Here we keep you informed about the ongoing activities and results of our project.

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(c) Marjya Gritsina

Call for abstracts: International conference on cold winter deserts in Tashkent, Uzbekistan

The Central Asian Desert Initiative (CADI) has launched its first Call for abstracts for participation in the International conference on cold winter…

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Leopard Tay Sheri

Persian Leopard in Kazakhstan dead

The Persian Leopard Tay Sheri was found dead 250 km north of Ustyrt State Nature Reserve.

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