Interviews: IUCN in South-Eastern Europe

Listen what IUCN's constituency sees as priorities in South-Eastern Europe. We have interviewed IUCN Members and Councillor Michael Hošek. Click on the player to listen to the interviews.

 

Michael Hošek, IUCN Councillor

Michael Hošek

Michael Hošek is the newly-elected IUCN Councillor for East Europe, North and Central Asia. Michael is Deputy Director at the Nature Conservation Agency of the Czech Republic, an IUCN Member.

In this interview, Michael presents his priority actions for IUCN in Europe and South-Eastern Europe in particular.

 

 

Katarina Groznik Zeiler, Slovenia

Katarina Groznik Zeiler

We have asked Katarina Groznik Zeiler from the Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning of Slovenia what are the benefits of being an IUCN Member and how can IUCN support their mission. 

 

 

Ivan Budinski

Ivan Budinski

Ivan Budinski, Conservation Manager, Association of Biological Research (BIOM) shares his views on the benefits his organization has by being an IUCN Member and on the priorities IUCN needs to have in South-Eastern Europe.

 

 

Srđan Marinčić

Srđan Marinčić

Srđan Marinčić, Advisor paleontologist at the Institute for Nature Conservation of Serbia shares his views on the benefits his organization has by being an IUCN Member and on the priorities IUCN needs to have in South-Eastern Europe.

 

 

Mirjan Topi

Mirjan Topi

We have asked Mirjan Topi, Project coordinator at Preservation and Protection of Natural Environment of Albania (PPNEA) what are the benefits of IUCN membership and what he sees as priorities for the work of IUCN in the region.

 

 

Dušan Jelić, Director of Croatian Herpetological Society

Dušan Jelić

Dušan Jelić is the Director of the IUCN Member Croatian Herpetological Society (Hyla). Dušan explains what being a Member of IUCN means for his organization and how IUCN can help him achieve his organization's mission.