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LIFE04 ENV/GR/000099

Water Agenda

Water Agenda
The website of the Water Agenda project includes a Virtual Water Park, friendly to all ages, that provides valuable information focused on public awareness regarding water issues (origin, nature, uses, quality, wastewater, polices) and water saving (agriculture, urban and industry) plus a water quiz. View the website

 

LIFE05 NAT/IRL/000182

COILLTE

COILLTE
The website of the LIFE COILLTE project includes a very comprehensive News & Events section that can be filtered by year using a drop down menu. View the website.

 

LIFE06 NAT/HU/000096

SAKERLIFE

SAKERLIFE
The website of the LIFE SAKERLIFE project has a Newsroom section which depicts the life of tagged Sakers (Falco cherrug) as a journal. After reading an item, clicking on its headline will collapse it and show the preceding news. View the website.

 

LIFE06 ENV/E/000044

ESWAMAR

ESWAMAR
The website of the LIFE ESWAMAR project includes an interesting flash depicting the process of pig manure treatment. By clicking on the scheme, key steps are further explained in a pop-up window. View the flash and the website.

 

LIFE04 NAT/HU/000116

HUNVIPURS

HUNVIPURS
This website is visually attractive as the colours, pictures and other visual elements all blend well together. Its URL address refers to the target species’ name and the main topic is easy to understand for laypersons without reducing the level of information. View the website

 

LIFE05 NAT/F/000139

Consavicor

Consavicor
Consavicor presents its information well on the home page using a menu of pictorial links to the project’s main activities and objectives. Relevant logos are clearly displayed and readers are able to navigate simply between the nicely designed sections. View the website

 

LIFE06 NAT/MT/000097

GARNIJA-MALTIJA

GARNIJA-MALTIJA
This website opens with an interactive and memorable visual which provides the visitor with an immediate impression of the LIFE project’s objectives. A good variety of news articles provides useful regular information on project’s activities and achievements. View the website

 

LIFE04 NAT/DE/000028

Bombina

Bombina
This visually dynamic site provides readers with an effective summary of project measures and results as well as many other output details, including a dedicated download section for project related documents regarding the partners’ operations. View the website

 

LIFE05/NAT/D/000152

BaltCoast

BaltCoast
BaltCoast is a good example of an effective layout design which incorporates all the main project actions, the background information, the involvement of project partners and other participants. Material is presented in both English and German languages to help boost relevance to a range of readers. View the website

 

LIFE05 NAT/PL/000101

Aquatic Warbler

Aquatic Warbler
This website opens with an audio recording of the Aquatic Warbler’s song and provides a wide ranging menu of sub pages that are displayed throughout the website, which includes a useful set of links to other interesting sites. View the website

 

LIFE06 NAT/PL/000105

BISON-LAND

BISON-LAND
This website includes a good example of an interactive game aimed at encouraging young people to participate in the project’s conservation activities. It also has a good photo gallery of thumbnail images. View the website

 

LIFE05 NAT/UK/000141

Canna Seabirds

Canna Seabirds
Canna Seabirds’ site presents a large volume of information in a well packaged design layout which succeeds in providing readers with interesting content that achieves a good balance between being neither overly-simplistic nor excessively detailed. View the website

 

LIFE04 NAT/FR/000082

LIFE TBFPA

LIFE TBFPA
This website has a strong visual impact, incorporating an exposition and interactive materials for different stakeholders. An English language summary version of the main text is also available, including a downloadable version of the project leaflet. View the website

 

LIFE04 NAT/CZ/000015

RUPICOLOUS

RUPICOLOUS
A mixture of different photographs and schematic images provide visitors to this site with practical information about the project’s aims and objectives. An e-mail contact link is provided direct to the project for further information. View the website

 

LIFE04 ENV/GR/000145

Green Drachma 2

Green Drachma 2
This project is building the foundations for the transition from an intensive tourism model to a sustainable tourism model around Halkidiki, North Greece. The website is in English and Greek. View the website

 

LIFE00 ENV/B/000285

Smash Events

Smash Events
Smash Events is a company promoting ecological event management. The website is published in five languages and contains a good deal of useful information on reducing the negative environmental impacts (e.g waste, noise, traffic etc) of large-scale events such as concerts, sporting tournaments and local festivals. View the website

 

LIFE02 ENV/IT/000017

The Pattern

The Pattern
This project offers a management model for fragile areas with the aim of integrating the preservation of nature with the promotion of a diversified economy and the enhancement of social welfare. The website is exceptionally attractive. The project also uses street-theatre, has special initiatives for children, etc. View the website

 

LIFE02 ENV/E/000241

The Ecoshoe

The Ecoshoe
This project promotes a Europe-wide eco-label for the production of footwear. Since one of the issues for the project is widespread recognition of the label, the website is in nine languages, including Arabic. View the website

 

LIFE05 ENV/DK/000155

AGWAPLAN

AGWAPLAN
Integrated Protection of Surface and Groundwater in Agricultural Regions. View the website

 

LIFE03 ENV/E/000140

CLONIC Project

CLONIC Project
This project closes the nitrogen cycle (CLONIC) from urban landfill leachate by biological removal over nitrate and thermal treatment. View the website

 

LIFE04 NAT/NL/000202

Tiengemeten

Tiengemeten
This project is engaged in the restoration of a freshwater tidal area in the Haringvliet estuary in the Netherlands. View the website

 

LIFE03 NAT/SK/000096

APOP Project

APOP Project
Restoration of Water Regime in Sur Fen Nature Reserve. The project is restoring the natural water conditions of a reserve near Bratislava, with the aim of bringing about a revival of wetland habitats there. View the website

 

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