Chapter 1 - Introduction Chapter 2 - BIO2CARE Sustainability Labelling Scheme Chapter 3 - Potential Implementation of the BIO2CARE Sustainability Labelling Scheme (Alpha Testing) Chapter 4 - Conclusions and suggestions

Cameras - Ultrasound detectors  Protected Areas (PR) are characterized by the unique flora and fauna, as well as the habitats that are present and well preserved in them. Both biodiversity and habitats conservation and improvement are the goals to be...

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CASE STUDY 1: Wetland of Vravrona, Attica CASE STUDY 2: National Park of Cairngorms, Scotland  CASE STUDY 3: National Park Hoge Kempen, Belgium

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One (1) case study/model assessing the symbiotic potential of the existing and future activities within the examined areas, and One (1) comparative study based on the Life Cycle Approach, presenting the benefits of circular economy for the environment (existing situation...

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The methodological framework that was developed in Del 3.2 of WP3 of the Project BIO2CARE, includes all necessary steps-actions and guidance to estimate and assess the Carrying Capacity and other holistic environmental indicators-footprints in protected areas. During this process already...

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The goal of this Study was to collect information and produce knowledge regarding the anthropogenic activities and status of nature of the protected areas: National Park of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace in Greece (NP-EMATH) (Study Area 1), and Rila National...

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Sustainability expresses the ability of a system to remain productive indefinitely. It is often confused with the concept of sustainable development which focuses on how our current needs can be satisfied while ensuring the quality of life and needs of...