Tourism potential of protected landscapes

Protected landscapes are areas with important natural, cultural and historic values. This makes them the perfect place for the development of various forms of tourism based on outdoor recreational activities, traditional gastronomy and healthy and active lifestyle. Protected landscapes are where nature and culture meet and different types of alternative...
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Protected landscape and local communities

Protected landscapes are some of the most unique protected areas in the world. Unlike other protected categories, where the aim is to reduce the impact of man or reduce and regulate the changes on nature resulting from human activities, protected landscapes exist in order to preserve the link between man...
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Exploring nature in summer

Summers are the hottest period of the year in Europe, in our country and throughout the Northern Hemisphere. This is the period when the living world is most active, flowers bloom, grow and create fruit. The days are warm and long and perfect for staying outdoors. That is why summer...
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Role of protected areas in environmental protection

Protected areas are possibly the best way to preserve important natural values. Protected areas are needed for two main reasons: nature conservation and protection of the values and benefits that we derive from them. Thus, areas that deserve protection can be divided into two groups: areas that are formed only...
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How to behave in protected areas

Protected areas are geographic spaces, regions and sites under formal protection and management with the goal of protecting the rivers and the important natural values they possess. Protected areas have a key role not only for the protection of the environment, the living world and the ecosystems, but are also...
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Environmental role of reservoirs

A water reservoir or an artificial lake is a closed space for storing water for a specific purpose. Although the term artificial lake is used trivially, it is not completely correct, because manmade reservoirs do not have the same features and functions as natural freshwater lakes. Reservoirs are built with...
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Mountains and nature

Mountains are some of the most imposing phenomena on the Earth’s surface. They cover around 27% of the planet’s surface and around 22% of the total human population lives on these elevations. Mountains do not only provide living conditions for those who actually live there, but also for those living...
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Climate change and local communities

With each day the consequences and the information we have about climate change are becoming more numerous and obvious. Climate is changing, which means that the life of everyone on this planet is changing too. Unfortunately, small local and rural communities will be at the front line of these changes...
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