The action E1 includes activities of raising the public awareness of the Natura 2000 network, the LIFE program, and specific biodiversity problems targeted by our project through social media, news outlets, public talks and workshops.
E2 Networking with other LIFE and non-LIFE projects
The action E2 includes meeting and communicating with relevant LIFE and non-LIFE projects to establish collaboration and communication with experts and practitioners in the conservation sector.
E3 Dissemination of results
Action E3 includes the dissemination of project results, through activities such as publishing the national protocol, printing leaflets, brochures and notice boards and organizing technical workshops.
E4 Developing and improving the early detection and rapid response (EDRR) system
This action will include endorsing institutions and experts who will be responsible for expert support in data processing (e.g., identifying species) of reported alien species observations and quick screening, and development of rapid response protocols for terrestrial plant species listed on Union List.
E5 Post-project exit strategy
To ensure future safe and sustainable Ailanthus waste management we will prepare, near the end of our project, a feasibility study and a draft business plan for using Ailanthus green waste for pellet production.