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MaGICLandscapes introduces to the green infrastructure concept and its benefits. In close cooperation with local stakeholders the project partners elaborate strategies and action plans for enhancing the existing green infrastructure resource in Central Europe. The project promotes sustainable land-use by providing land managers, policy makers and communities with tools and knowledge. This will help them to assess green infrastructure planning and conservation approaches, also taking into account the transnational level and ensuring that mismatched management approaches are reduced.
Our Austrian partners University of Vienna (CVL) and Thayatal National Park discussed with actors from science, public administration and (cross-border) regional development methodical approaches to create green infrastructure elements and wildlife corridors for the red deer and the wildcat in Lower Austria.
Here you can download all promotion materials like flyers, posters and other documents illustrating the project and informing about recent activities and outputs. For more information regarding public relations please contact the project's communication manager Anke Hahn.
To keep informed about the project's progress and the latest news you can download our bi-annual newsletter MaGICNews. It contains stories about our case study areas, how green infrastructure could be enhanced there and about the recent project activities, internal and external events. If you are interested to receive MaGICNews half a year automatically please use the registration form below.
This gallery introduces particular benefits of green infrastructure (GI) including examples from the project’s case study areas and across central Europe. You can download each benefit postcard as pdf. Right mouse click on the pdf link to open the benefit postcard in a new tab.
Photo credits - Agroforestry: Wolfram Kudlich; Pedalling by the Po: Politecnico di Milano/VENTO gruppo di ricerca; Monastical forests: Stift Altenburg; For locals from locals: Green City e.V.; Making the most of meadows: Henning Haase; Agricultural parks: Parco Agricolo Sud Milano; Tree planting: Sazíme stromy z.ú.; Mowers on the move: Barbara Wieniawska-Raj; From refugee to reserve: Simone Ciadamidaro; People, peas and places: Elisabeth Meyer-Renschhausen; Recovery and recreation: Alberto Tamietti; Pollution and preservation: Ondřej Prosický/KRNAP; Pannonian landscapes: Margit Gross; Discovering nature: Anke Hahn.
1st July 2017
30th June 2020