EuroMAB – Sharing Sustainable Futures in BR Lake Vänern Archipelago and Mount Kinnekulle

Participants: Work Shop on Management of Ecosystem Services

Surname

First Name

Organization

Type of representative

Title

E-mail address

Phone number

Country

ABE

Karl-Friedrich

Biosphere Reserve Rhön administrative authority Thüringen

Biosphere Reserve coordinator or manager

Executive

karl-friedrich.abe@br-np.thueringen.de

+49(0)3 69 64 86 83 31

Germany

ADAMCZYK

Joanna

Polish National MAB Committee

Member of the National MAB Committee

joanna.adamczyk@wl.sggw.pl

+48(0)6 07 29 12 71

Poland

BELTRAN DIAZ

Natalia

Autonomous agency of national parks

Cheif of MAB programme service

nbeltran@oapn.es

+34(0)9 15 46 81 16

Spain

BLOM

Göran

Swedish MAB Committee

Swedish Environmental Protection Agency

Chairperson

goran.blom@naturvardsverket.se

+46(0)1 06 98 17 11

Sweden

BONNEVIER

Katja

Archipelago Sea Area Biosphere Reserve/ Finland

Biosphere Reserve coordinator or manager

coordinator

katja.bonnevier@vastaboland.fi

+358(0)4 03 56 26 55

Finland

BOUAMRANE

Meriem

UNESCO

UNESCO MAB

Programme specialist

m.bouamrane@unesco.org

+33(0)1 45 68 41 11

UNESCO

BOUCHARD

Christian

Réserve mondiale de la biosphère

President of the Biosphere Reserve

President

c.bouchard@jardindesglaciers.ca

+1 41 82 93 25 48

Canada

BRUKER

Jörg

Federal Agency of Nature Conservation, Secretariat of the MAB-Programme

Secrétaire General of national MAB-Committee

executive director

BrukerJ@bfn.de

+49(0)2 28 84 91 10 11

Germany

BRYNSKIKH

Mikhail

Non-Profit Partnership "Biosphere Reserves of Eurasia"

Member of national MAB-Committee

chairman

mbrynskikh@gmail.com

+7 91 67 70 10 24

Russian Federation

CIBIEN

Catherine

French Mab Committee

Member of national MAB-Committee

Scientific manager

catherine.cibien@mab-france.org

+33(0) 5 61 73 57 02

France

CUPA

Petr

Lower Morava Biosphere Reserve

Deputy director/Project manager

petr.cupa@dolnimorava.org

+420 7 75 68 58 67

Czech Republic

DEBEVEC GERJEVIČ

Vanja

The Karst Biosphere Reserve, Park Škocjan Caves, SLOVENIA

M.Sc., Head of Department for Research and Development

vanja.debevec@psj.gov.si

+386 (0)5 70 82 100

Slovenia

DEXHEIMER

Werner

Biosphere Reserve Palatine Forest-North Vogese

Executive

w.dexheimer@pfaelzerwald.de

+49 63 25 95 52 10

Germany

DIRY

Christian

Biosphärenpark Wienerwald

cd@bpww.at

+43 2 23 16 68 04 16

Austria

DORNBUSCH

Peter

Middle Elbe Biosphere Reserve

executive

peter.dornbusch@lvwa.sachsen-anhalt.de

+49(0)3 49 04 42 10

Germany

DRUMEA

Dumitru

drumead25@yahoo.com

+373 69 73 01 48

Moldova

ELBAKIDZE

Marine

Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet (SLU), School for Forest Management, Skinnskatteberg

Researcher

PhD

marine.elbakidze@slu.se

+46(0) 22 23 49 50

Sweden

ERICSON TURSTAM

Cristina

Nedre Dalälvens Intresseförening

cristina.ericson@telia.com

+46(0) 29 12 13 29

Sweden

GYLLENSTING

Kenneth

Biosphere Reserve Blekinge Archipelago

Replacing Coordinator

Kenneth.gyllensting@karlskrona.se

+46(0)4 55 30 32 83

Sweden

HALINEN

Päivi

Centre for Economic Development Transport and Environment for Central Finland

Organization is involved with biosphere planning of Päijänne-Vesijärvi region

Head of Unit Nature Conservation and Culture Heritage

paivi.halinen@ely-keskus.fi

+358 (0)4 00 21 12 88

Finland

HART

Christian

Réserve Mondiale de la réserve de la biosphère, Lac Saint-Pierre

President

c.hart@cldnicolet-yamaska.qc.ca

+1 81 92 93 29 97

Canada

HOKKANEN

Timo J.

North karelia Biosphere Reserve (within Centre for Economic Development, Transposrt and the Environment for North Karelia)

Dr.

timo.hokkanen@ely-keskus.fi

+358 (0)4 00 88 47 69

Finland

IUKOVICH

Valery

State nature protection institution "Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve"

Deputy director for scientific and research work, Ph.D.

valery.ivkovich@tut.by

+375(0)2 93 16 02 07

Republic of Belarus

JARMATZ

Klaus

Schaalsee Biosphere Reserve

Executive

K.jarmatz@afbr-schaalsee.mvnet.de

+49(0)3 88 51 30 20

Germany

JONEGÅRD

Simon

Biosphere Candidate Area Östra Vätterbranterna

Coordinator

simon.jonegard@skogsstyrelsen.se

+46(0) 36 19 62 02

Sweden

JÖNSSON

Ingemar

Högskolan Kristianstad

Professor Assistant

ingemar.jonsson@hkr.se

+46(0) 44 20 34 29

Sweden

KALAND

Peter Emil

University of Bergen

Planned Biosphere Reserve coordinator

Professor

peter.kaland@bio.uib.no

+47 90 55 40 22

Norway

KARILA-REPONEN

Mirja

The Regional Council of Päijät-Häme

Our organization is involved with the planning of a biosphere reserve in Päijänne-Vesijärvi area

Senior advisor

mirja.karila-reponen@paijat-hame.fi

+358 38 71 94 36

Finland

KEMKES

Walter

Biosphere Reserve Bliesgau

Biosphere Reserve coordinator or manager

Executive director

w.kemkes@biosphaere-bliesgau.eu

+49 68 42 96 00 90

Germany

KRUSE-GRAUMANN

Lenelis

Member of the national MAB-Committee, Psychological Institute, University Heidelberg

Member of national MAB-Committee

Lenelis.Kruse@psychologie.uni-heidelberg.de

+49 62 21 54 73 60

Germany

KULLAPERE

Arvo

Environmental Board

Advisor

arvo.kullapere@keskkonnaamet.ee

Estonia

KUTLIAKHMETOV

Azat

Ministry of Ecology of Republic Bashkortostan (Russia)

Minister of Ecology of Republic Bashkortostan

vyacheslavvg@mprrb.ru

+7 91 74 93 17 09

Russian Federation

LISE

Yildiray

UNDP Turkey

Deputy Project Manager

yildiray.lise@undp.org

+90 31 22 07 62 08

Turkey

MACTAGGART

Johanna

Biosfärområdet

johanna.mactaggart@vanerkulle.se

+46(0)5 01 39 31 93

Sweden

MAGNUSSON

Sven-Erik

Biosfärområdet

sven-erik.magnusson@kristianstad.se

+46(0) 44 13 64 80

Sweden

MARTIN

Jean-Michel

Fontainebleau and Gatinais Biosphere Reserve (France)

Coordinator of the Fontainebleau and Gatinais Biosphere Reserve

jm.martin@biosphere-fontainebleau-gatinais.fr

+33(0)1 60 70 35 84

France

MATHEVET

Raphaël

National Center for Scientific Research CNRS and MAB France

Dr

raphael.mathevet@cefe.cnrs.fr

+33 (0)6 83 45 92 28

France

MOSER

Ruth

Biosphere Reserve Grosses Walsertal Management

DIin/Manager BR Grosses Walsertal

moser@grosseswalsertal.at

+43(0)5 55 02 03 60

Austria

MUTT

Maria

+46(0)3 13 30 39 35

Sweden

NERONOV

Valery

Russian MAB Committee

Deputy Chair

rusmabcom@gmail.com

+7 49 97 24 25 15

Russia

NUMMINEN

Samu

Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment for Southwest Finland

Steering Commitee of Archipelago Sea Biosphere Reserve

Senior officer

samu.numminen@ely-keskus.fi

+358(0)4 00 53 20 92

Finland

OLSSON

Per

Stockholm Resilience Centre

per.olsson@stockholmresilience.su.se

+46(0)7 37 07 87 97

Sweden

OLSSON

Olof

Stockholm Resilience Centre

olof.olsson@stockholmresilience.su.se

+46(0)7 06 75 45 09

Sweden

ONAINDIA

Miren

UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Development and Environmental Education. University of the Basque Country. Spain

professor on Ecology. Coordinator of the UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Development and Environmental Education. University of the Basque Country

miren.onaindia@ehu.es

+34(0)9 46 01 25 59

Spain

POKORNY

Doris

Biosphere Reserve Rhön, Bavarian Administration

Representative executive

doris.pokorny@reg-ufr.bayern.de

+49 93 13 80 16 60

Germany

PRÜTER

Johannes

Elbe River Landscape Biosphere Reserve, Lower Saxony

Executive

Johannes.Prueter@elbtalaue.niedersachsen.de

+49 58 62 96 73 17

Germany

REED

Maureen

Canada-MAB

Professor

m.reed@usask.ca

+1 30 63 43 56 19

Canada

RYBIANETS

Natallia

Belarussian National MAB Committee

Vice-Chair

Dr.

mab@bsu.by

+375 17 32 86 401

Belarus

SCHULTZ

Lisen

Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholms universitet

Researcher

Dr.

lisen.schultz@stockholmresilience.su.se

+46(0) 86 74 78 96

Sweden

SCOULLOS

Michael

Greek National MAB Committee ; Mediterranean Information Office for Environment, Cutlure and Sustainable Development (MIO-ECSDE)

Chairman of the Greek national MAB Committee

Prof.

info@mio-ecsde.org

+30 21 03 24 72 67

Greece

SEILIS

Valerijs

Nature Conservation Agency ; North Vidzeme Biosphere Reserve, Latvia

Nature Conservation Agency of Latvia

Director of Department

valerijs.seilis@daba.gov.lv

+37 1 20 19 71 74

Latvia

STRYAMETS

Nataliya

Ukrainan National Forestry University

Biosphere Reserve research

Student

natalie.stryamets@slu.se

+46(0)7 36 29 95 20

Ukraine

SVENSSON

Jan

FORMAS -The Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning

jan.svensson@formas.se

+46(0) 87 75 40 51

Sweden

UHR

Johan

Biosphere Candidate Area Östra Vätterbranterna

johan.uhr@lansstyrelsen.se

+46(0) 36 39 52 31

Sweden

URTANS

Andris

Nature Conservation Agency/North Vidzeme Biosphere reserve, Latvia.

Senior expert, Project coordinator for North Vidzeme BR BaltCICA project

andris.urtans@daba.gov.lv

+371(0)6 53 56 41

Latvia

VÄÄRISKOSKI-KAUKANEN

Sanna

Lahti Region Environmental Service

Organization is involved with biosphere reserve planning of Päijänne-Vesijärvi area

Sustainable development co-ordinator

sanna.vaariskoski-kaukanen@lahti.fi

+358(0)5 05 39 16 93

Finland

Annex 2: Workshop Transcription

Exercise A.

Share an experience of working with ES (challenge or good example):

Group 4:

  • Good examples: Ecotourism, income jobs, education, life quality, branding, renewable energy/resources
  • Challenge: Local people are most aware of cultural ecosystem services

Group 5:

  • Ecosystem services
  • Ownership (business, community, private)
  • Knowledge (science, local/traditional)
  • Trade-offs and competing values (economic assessment + social assessment = value of social ecological systems)
  • Values (cultural and social)
  • Participation

Group 6:

  • Non-wood forest products
  • Management by involvement of local communities
  • Eco education
  • Tourism
  • Traditional management of the landscape - CAP (challenge)
  • Economical benefits (local products) from traditional agriculture/nature management à many ecosystem services

Group 7:

  • A useful tool to raise awareness, to communicate and discuss, make common decisions on issues of common interest in the biosphere reserve

Group 8:

  • Examples of ecosystem services in biosphere reserves: food through pasture, water cleaning, wood, fishing, recreation, honey)

Group 9:

  • Core zone (meaning, importance): species protection, future (potential value of resources)
  • Ecological farming: production cycles, sustainable systems

Group 11:

  • Starting farming conflict
  • Offer solutions
  • Ended with conservation/farming (drawing of goose)

Group 12:

  • Education in nature for different levels of local population: teachers, pupils and their parents, etc.
  • Inserting ecosystem services in biosphere reserve monitoring & evaluation systems
  • Communication of biosphere reserve ecosystem services is crucial.
  • Identification of ecosystem values of biosphere reserves may increase local stakeholder engagement and better management planning.
  • Important elements for ecotourism, laboratories for education for sustainable development (SD), better use of wetlands as a regulatory system for floods.
  • Recovering traditional water channels: (arrows pointing upwards for) cattle, vegetation, and inhabitants of high mountain areas
  • Better use of fish (sikloja/vendance) - from 1 product to 4 products (Caviar, Omega 3, Proteins, Crayfish bait)

Exercise B.

Needs and ways forward - what could EuroMAB do in terms of ecosystem services?

Group 1:

  • Enhancement of organic Agricultural Production.
  • Communicating through social and professional groups.
  • Value for tourism (Landscape-Meadows)
  • Link to tourism organizations + agricultural organizations + nature conservation.
  • Incentives for positive ecosystem service approach
  • Biosphere reserve as a mediator
  • Fish lifecycle as a tourism target
  • Sensible landscape management leading to improvement of ecosystem services.
  • Involvement of water management measures (arrow connecting to) biodiversity increase, tourism, climate change mitigation.
  • Involvement of local communities (arrow connecting to) Profit (arrows connecting to) monetary and non monetary.
  • Sense of ownership.
  • Education of the public.

Group 2:

  • ECO-Tourism-Erosion?
  • Ecological Education-Disturbance?
  • Organic farming marketing? Products.
  • Supporting habitat for species (rare species).

Group 3:

  • General public informed on ECO services provided by biosphere reserves (frameworks, awareness campaigns, mass media, educational programs for target groups of population, etc.).
  • Cooperation in management of biosphere reserves with different countries, stakeholders, institutions, academic, etc.
  • Promote cooperation in FP7 framework.
  • Get good tools to assess result of providing eco services through joint (common) programs, plans, management, etc.
  • To afford EU ecosystem services management practices to non/EU space, especially to common river basins.

Group 4:

  • Training (unreadable word of two letters/possibly Ld) ecosystem service assessment with stakeholders.
  • Produce guide
  • Linking ecosystem services to existing:
    • Pricing is not valuating.
    • Guidelines & criteria.
    • How ecosystem services are contributing to local people?
    • Sharing good experience.
    • Practical example.
    • Incorporating ecosystem services to policy and decision making.
    • Evaluation of ecosystem services impact.
    • Linking ecosystem services to existing funds ($)
    • Learning and recognize how to do?
    • Participatory approach.
    • Ecological assessment.
  • More (unreadable word of 6 letters/maybe heculs)
    • D. Promote scientific studies on ecosystem services.
    • Ld. Ecologyical dynamics
    • Ld. Social and cultural (unreadable word of 6 letters/maybe hopping)

Group 5:

  • A tool to communicate with business Enterprises on their dependence and impact on natural Resources/ecosystem services.
  • A possibility to have round-table discussion on "common issues" for a common solution.
  • Use ecosystem services to raise awareness and get a better understanding.
  • Be explicit about conflicts making use of ecosystem services, who profits, who suffers.
  • Carry out analysis/quarries on EuroMAB biosphere reserves' ecosystem services.
  • Trainings and tools and how to communicate ecosystem services of my biosphere reserve.
  • Case studies on ecosystem services, economic valuation in biosphere reserves.
  • Include ecosystem services assessments in management planning processes.
  • Tools to explain ecosystem services.

Group 6:

  • Exchange of experiences of research and monitoring projects.
  • Exchange of experts and local actors.
  • Common training. Programs for Biosphere Reserve-managers and actors.
  • Exchange of practical experiences in traditional land use and meat production.
  • Internet-based platforms for exchange of best practice examples in the EuroMAB community.

Group 7:

  • Cooperative awareness building for ecosystem services, (connected to the previous text by arrows)
    • thematic meetings
    • analysis
    • comparison of biosphere reserves
    • connect traditional and scientific knowledge
  • Fresh water research
  • EuroMAB (arrow connecting to) Identification of clusters "Biosphere Reserve's typologies" on Ecosystem Services (arrow connecting to) Share/give best practice examples.
  • To become known (connected by parenthesis). Sound Prototype Assessment for economic valuation to be shared (connected by arrows in double way) Enhance capacity of Biosphere Reserve´s staff.
  • Periphery educational material for ESD in biosphere reserves and sharing the experience in the network (organize workshops/working groups for "instructing the instructors").
  • Research on the interaction between different ecosystem services.

Group 8:

  • To conduct workshop for ecosystem services assessment (Moscow Office, Venice Office, MAB Secretariat, Paris).
  • To assess the trends:
    1. Monitoring of water objects; streams, reservoirs, lakes, trans boundary streams.

    2. Harmonization of the national legislation with UNEP recommendation of the ecosystem services.
  • National and international support of pilot projects in Biosphere Reserves on ecosystem services.

Group 9:

  • Social monitoring-how the people think.
  • Demonstrators of best practices of management of ecosystem services.
  • Promote/Coordinate? Transnational research (lobbying research networks).
  • Help biosphere reserves to open up the concept of ecosystem services.

Group 11:

  • Economic valuation of ecosystem services on regional and local levels. (Unreadable word of 12 letters/it reads Beuefilsheds) of ecosystem services.
  • Assess ecosystem services and explain to managers and stakeholders.
  • Training courses are needed.
  • Ecosystem services included clearly in the Biosphere Reserve nomination form and the evaluation form.
  • Bridges between science and practice (Biosphere Reserves).
  • Training for managers to understand right and for being able to spread the info.
  • Inform.
  • Bring the concept down to the (arrows and numbers connected):
    • Manager level
    • Community level

Group12:

  • Tool to find Biosphere Reserves/Biosphere Reserve´s Coordinators to help when there is a problem/issue where best practice examples are needed (e.g. how to tackle/adapt demographic change in rural areas).
  • Thematic sub-networks of BRs (for instance biosphere reserves with archipelago).
  • Ecosystem services research communication: from research to practice.

Network with north countries biosphere reserves =NordMAB.