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Conceptual design of a large scale conservation area in the Russian part of the Romincka Heath  

Task / Mission:
The Romincka Heath (or Rominter Heath) at the trilateral border area between Poland, Lithuania and Russia is a non-dissected forest landscape of European importance. On the Polish side it is protected as Landscape Park, in Lithuania part of the Wysti Regional Park. By this project, the Michael Succow foundation, BTE and their Kaliningrad partners could establish the fundaments for a nature friendly valorization of the Russian part of the Rominska Heath.

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Development of a management plan for the planned Russian-Kazakh National Reserve  

Task / Mission:
The Altai Mountains on the border of Russia, Kazakhstan, China and Mongolia are one of the unique natural areas of Central Asia. In 2003, the Russian and the Kazakh government agreed to the designation of a binational reserve in the area of two existing nature conservation areas: the Biosphere Reserve Katunskiy in Russia and the National Park Katon-Karagai in Kazakhstan.
Based on this agreement, the German Federal Ministry of the Environment supports the development of Kazakh-Russian nature conservation activities. The Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development and BTE have been contracted to accompany the management planning and advice for the application of the cross-border large scale conservation area as UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

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EDEN Award: development of sustainability criteria for the competition  

Task / Mission:
In 2010, the German Tourism Association (DTV) issued for the first time tenders in Germany for the competition for the "European Destinations of Excellence Award" (EDEN). The yearly award has been proclaimed in 25 associated countries in 2010 by the European Commission for promotion of outstanding sustainable tourism destinations.
BTE took charge of the organization and the proceedings of the competition in Germany. Topic of the year 2010 was “Water Tourism". The competition was organized on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology and the European Commission, who also supported the project financially.

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German – Russian Environmental days event organization 

Task / Mission:
Since 2000, the BMU, the German Federal Environmental Agency (UBA) and the German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU) have been implementing various projects to improve environmental protection in the Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation (RF). Accompanying the project-related cooperation, the so-called "German-Russian Environmental Days" have been held regularly since 2003 in Kaliningrad. BTE has been repeatedly assigned for the conceptual scheme, the overall organization and the final documentation of the 2 to 3 day conference. Thanks to the growing interest in Germany and Russia, approximately 150 participants were recorded in the years 2012 and 2013.

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Marketing plan for park and castle Branitz & Muskauer Park / Park Mużakowski  

Task / Mission:
A common marketing concept is to be be developed for the UNESCO World Heritage sites Muskauer Park/Park Mużakowski and Park and castle Branitz on behalf of the foundations "Fuerst-Pueckler- Park Bad Muskau" and Fuerst-Pueckler-Museum, Park and Castle Branitz ". The marketing concept should be focused strategically and practically on running the facilities as a joint marketing association. Also it should correspond with the cross-border potentials and activities of both facilities and of their Polish partners.

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Nature park concept Bourtanger Moor  

Task / Mission:
In the southern area of the moor landscape “Bourtanger Moor”, on the border between Germany and the Netherlands, are the remains of the once largest moorland of Central Europe. This valuable natural and cultural landscape should be protected and developed as a recreational area. To turn this vision into reality, the counties of Emsland, Grafschaft Bentheim and the Provicie Drenthe suggested establishing an international Nature Park. BTE was responsible for the examination of feasibility and potential of the suggested Nature Park to prepare the designation of the nature conservation area (in cooperation with the IV route, Nijmegen).

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Nature Tourism around the Szczecin backwaters baseline study 

Task / Mission:
The German Federal Office for Nature Protection aims to develop methods and instruments to generate economic value from nature and particularly wilderness areas within the border zone of Germany and Poland.
A promising concept that was initiated by the foundation ‘Rewilding Europe’ allows for wildlife such as wisents, moose and wild horses to settle in such areas. Combining areas of damage caused by wildlife (e.g. biting of trees) and establishing zones of grazing creates a dynamic pattern of forest and non-forested eco systems that are home to numerous species – without any additional maintenance costs.
In the pre-study, due by April 2014, BTE will determine the existing nature tourism offers, identify further potentials and propose an estimate of the economic value to be generated. In the second project phase from autumn 2014 onwards, selected pilot projects are to be realized in close cooperation with local stakeholders.

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ODER Culinary - network and cooperation strategy  

Task / Mission:
Development and establishment of a regional cross-border specialty-cuisine; increasing quality and level of service; developing the touristic attraction of the region of Oderland-Neumark by the topics regional cuisine and food culture; creating and securing jobs in the hospitality sector. BTE was contracted for the conceptual and financial project management of the subproject ODER Culinary from 2005 to 2007. This subproject was part of the EQUAL-funded overall project "Future border region Oderland-Neumark (Poland)".

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Product and cooperation strategy for canoe tourism in the Masurian Landscape Park  

Task / Mission:
Development of strategies to resolve conflicts between canoe tourism and nature conservation along the Krutynia in the Masurian Landscape Park (Poland).
An international exchange of experiences and knowledge between representatives of German large scale conservation areas (Nature Park “Uckermärkische Seen”, Müritz National Park) which have successfully implemented canoe routes / guiding systems and representatives of the Masurian Landscape Park should be the basis for nature-friendly canoe tourism around the Krutynia.

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Project development study for a bicycle connection from Peitz to the county Krosno / Poland  

Task / Mission:
The “Amt Peitz” area extends from the Spreewald region to the state border on the river Neisse. There is no existing west-east connection that could be used by cyclists and seemingly no feasible possibilities to create one, while several routes run in north-south direction, such as the "Spree Cycle Route" and the "Oder-Neisse Cycle Route". In between, there is the active open-cast mine of Jaenschwalde, which makes the development of a route very difficult. The Brody Castle in Poland could be a suitable starting point for a bike route.

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Tourism concept Transylvania, Romania  

Task / Mission:
The project focused on long-term preservation of architecturally significant fortified churches by touristic development of the Transylvanian region. Tourism networking and international communication of the fortified churches and their guest houses - which partly belong to the UNESCO World Heritage - supported the development of tourism products. These products can significantly contribute to the financing of urgently needed renovation and maintenance work on the fortified churches. Furthermore, additional value could be generated and the situation of the local population could be improved by the involvement of local suppliers (catering, direct marketing, etc.).

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Visitor management and guidance concept Romincka Heath  

Task / Mission:
The Romincka Heath should be permanently preserved as part of a cross-border large scale conservation area. For this purpose, a German-Russian cooperation project has been established since 2007 in several consecutive steps, with support from the German Federal Environmental Foundation. For the Russian part (Kaliningrad area), BTE has developed a concept for nature-friendly tourism.

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Water tourism development concept in the Luxembourg Mosel Valley  

Task / Mission:
The Luxembourg region of Miselerland offers not only a 36 km section of the Moselle river, but also the upper reaches of the border river Sauer, the nature reserve and recreation area of the lagoon Remich with various lakes, wetlands, vineyards and traditional orchards. Directly on the river Moselle located is the village of Schengen, well known by the “Schengen Agreement”. The touristic potentials of the region have not been sufficiently exploited so far. The water tourism development concept was aimed to elaborate the landside and waterside touristic potentials and to develop proposals for required measures to upgrade the region for water tourism.

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