The exhibition „Nature in human hands? Implications and undesirable side-effects“ in the Natural History Museum „Joanneum“ Graz will be opened at October 6, 2016. At the heart of this exhibition initiated by Naturparke Steiermark lies the relationship between nature and man, as well as current steps undertaken by Styrian nature conservationists to preserve and sustain the very basis of our existence.Can we stop biodiversity loss?
On April 1, Eliska Malaníková from Brno (Czech Republic) began her five-month internship as an ERASMUS student at the ÖKOTEAM. We would like to extend a warm welcome to her!
The results of a comprehensive study about xeric grassland in Lower Austria were now published in the journal “Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment”.
On January 21, 2013, the results of the project AlmWaal were presented in Dietenheim, South Tyrol. Main issue were historical cultural techniques of irrigation in alpine pastures by use of channels (Waalen).
Our fascination for biodiversity – ranging from the imperial eagle to the smallest cicada – goes hand in hand with our professional commitment. As an ecological institute for planning and assessment, we espouse a sustainable, scientifically profound handling with issues of nature conservation. We strive to bring our convincement in line with socio-political and economical requirements.