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The Green belt is an initiative of one of the largest international wildlife organizations -The World Conservation Union. The Green belt is 6800 km at length and it crosses 22 countries, which makes it the “bridge” between all border territories in Europe, artificially divided in the past by the Iron Curtain. Isolation and inaccessibility of these territories has turned them into refuge of many endangered animal and plant species.
The symbol of the Green belt is supported by the efforts of governments, nongovernmental organizations and business representatives, aiming at conservation of those valuable natural territories and stimulation of sustainable development in the border regions.


Transboundary Forum for Osogovo in the Green Belt

On 16-17 May 2011 in the monastery Joakim Osogovski in Kriva Palanka, Macedonia will be held Trans-boundary stakeholder forum - Osogovo in the Green Belt. Representatives of the Ministries of Environment of Bulgaria and Macedonia, representatives of UNESCO and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), representative of District Administration Kyustendil, mayors of municipalities in the region of Osogovo and Kyustendil City Council, representatives of RIEW Pernik, and leading organizations and partners.

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Natura 2000 and protected areas - possibilities for development of local communities - seminar in Kjustendil 20 May 2010

For a second time Balkanski business center hosted majors from villages from the municipality of Kjustendil, teachers, representatives of the municipality, media and other stakeholders for a seminar-meeting dedicated to the topic "Natura 2000 and protected areas - principles and possibilities for development of local communities.

Green school for children from Kustendil and Blagoevgrad districts

During the period of 19-21 of March, 2010 Belasitca hut is going to hos a Green school " A study handbook From Osogovo to Belasitca for children" The green school is part of the project "Osogovo, Belasitca and Ograjden for children"condcuted by the Regional ecological center for Central and Eastern Europe and the Bulgarian Biodiversity foundation.

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