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Environment and Nature Conservation


With our partners who are experts and experienced in environmental and nature protection, we work with both traditional and contemporary methods, taking into account global, regional and national priorities. In this context, we are working on identifying and monitoring priority species for conservation, preparing species action plans for the short, medium and long-term protection of these species, preparing management plans and long-term development plans for the management of ecosystems and landscapes where one or more priority species coexist. We also offer expert support in identifying, prioritizing and delineating priority ecosystems and landscapes for conservation.

Today, one of the landscape-based conservation approaches aiming to protect nature and culture together, Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) developed by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and Socio-ecological Marine and Terrestrial Production Landscapes developed by the Satoyama Initiative. (SEPLS) determination and the development of governance models are also among our work. We are also conducting pilot applications on rewildening, an approach that has developed in the last 10 years, all over the world, especially in the European Union.

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