The environment of horses offers a special potential to promote biodiversity. The project "Horses promote diversity" aims to make better use of this potential. learn more

The project "A.L.M. - Alpen.Leben.Menschen" helps refugees to arrive in their new living environment and at the same time learn to appreciate the particularly sensitive alpine nature. learn more

In order to improve the accessibility for people with physical or mental disabilities the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park offers various options. learn more

The AOK Clinic on the Baltic Sea island of Rügen, offers children and their parents a varied nature-related leisure, exercise and adventure education program during their joint spa stay. learn more

How wilderness can be implemented in towns and how it affects biodiversity and the quality of life is the subject of this project. learn more

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The UN Decade on Biodiversity

The UN Decade on Biodiversity was officially launched in Germany on November 8, 2011. It is implemented on behalf of the Federal Ministry of the Environment (BMU) and the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN). Central element of the German activities is the UN Decade contest. Every week, a project is awarded, which works in an exemplary manner on the conservation, sustainable use or communication of biodiversity.

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