National Institute of Biology
Marine Biology Station
6330 Piran

Interreg EuroMed Summer School

Tuesday, June 18, 2024 to Thursday, June 20, 2024

The Natural Heritage Mission of the Interreg Euro-MED programme is lauching its first Summer School, to be held from 18 to 20th June, 2024 in the National Institute of Biology, Marine Biology Station, places in Piran (Slovenia). The target audience is public administration practitioners and officers, professionals involved in political decision making, NGOs, and consultants from the Euro-Mediterranean area.

Course format:

- Lectures by experienced teachers

- Working Labs on specific restoration scenarios

- A field visit on a Slovenian site, relevant to the course objectives

- Networking with other stakeholders

- Working language: English

Learning objectives:

- Focus on main concepts on nature restoration.

- Understand the new EU Nature Restoration policy and explore its objectives, main pillars, and implications for EU members.

- Gain knowledge on ecosystems’ health diagnosis, indicators for vulnerability and impact assessment and restoration actions prioritization.

- Learn about restoration monitoring methodologies.

- Build capacity on the socioeconomic aspects of restoration.

- Explore technical solutions/examples/case studies/projects for natural environment restoration and be able to propose your own.

Tuition fee:

No tuition fee is needed. It is a free course offered by the Natural Heritage Mission.

Eligibility criteria:

Up to 30 participants will be selected. The selection process and eligibility criteria can be found in the 'Call for Applicants' document. 


More information: Here