Pressefahrt am Grünen Band 2017

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Ende April lud der Naturschutzbund Österreich in die Region Steiermark, Burgenland, Slowenien, Ungarn zu einer Pressefahrt zu Perlen am Grünen Band beiderseits der Grenze: Bei der zweitägigen Tour wurden einige besondere Juwelen im Herzen des European Green Belt besucht – viele davon konnten nicht zuletzt auch durch das Engagement des Naturschutzbundes erhalten werden.

Mit bis zu 50 km Breite reicht das Grüne Band von Nord- bis Südeuropa und beinhaltet 40 Nationalparke und an die 3.200 Naturschutzgebiete. Das insgesamt 12.500 km lange European Green Belt besteht über weite Strecken aus Wasser – waren es doch immer schon Flüsse und Bäche, die natürliche Staatsgrenzen bildeten. Und es waren auch Gewässerläufe, die einen Schwerpunkt der Fahrt zum Grünen Band bildeten, das Österreich und seine südöstlichen Nachbarländer teilen. Lesen Sie weiter

 

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