"For a number of years at CTS we run an eco-volunteering program based on a marine turtle rescue and research center in Linosa, Sicily. We managed to combine nature conservation co-financed by the EU through the Life program with the presence of…"
"Estonian Ornithological Society together with Tallinn Bird Club have coordinated project to monitor birds. They are involveing citizen for this action. I think it is good to involve for this kind of monitoring actions. It gives opportunity to locals…"
"I read the workshop conclusion and it is very interesting. Especially I liked from practical methods – ecotourism product involving environmental research activities. I have experience for this method. I have participated in volunteer projcet…"
She has an Environmental Sciences Degree. She has 10 years of experience in consultancy on sustainable tourism, protected areas and rural development. She is an expertise in the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism (ECST). She is an ESCT verifier for EUROPARC Federation and she took part in the definition of the ECST implementation system and tools for tourism businesses, and in the edition of the Guide for tourism companies to achieve the ESCT award. She participated in the implementation of the ECST in 8 protected areas and more than 70 tourism businesses. She developed numerous training activities for tourist businesses to improve their sustainability and took part actively and organized several international meetings of the Charter Network. She has participated in the creation and development of the association TUREBE, she is currently a member of the executive board and she is charge of Communication.
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