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    Užsiregistravusiojo profilis

Stichting BirdLife Europe

Identifikavimo numeris Registre: 1083162721-43
Registracijos data: 04/12/2008 13:57:34

Informacija apie šį subjektą paskutinį kartą pakeista: 09/06/2015 17:07:55
Paskutinio kasmetinio atnaujinimo data: 11/02/2015 11:49:39
Kitas atnaujinimas turi būti atliktas ne vėliau kaip: 11/02/2016

    Užsiregistravusi organizacija arba savarankiškai dirbantis asmuo

Stichting BirdLife Europe

BirdLife Europe

Dutch Foundation

    Registracijos kategorija

III - Nevyriausybinės organizacijos

Nevyriausybinės organizacijos, platformos ir tinklai bei panašios organizacijos

    Kontaktinė informacija

Boulevard 12
3707BM Zeist
NYDERLANDAI

(+32) 22800830

Avenue de la Toison d'or, 67
1060 Brussels
BELGIJA

(+32) 22800830

    Teisiškai atsakingas asmuo

Angelo Caserta

Regional Director

    Už ES ryšius atsakingas asmuo

Ariel Brunner

Head of EU Policy

    Tikslai ir uždaviniai

BirdLife Europe is the European Division of BirdLife International, a worldwide Partnership of more than 120 bird and nature conservation organisations that works to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, working with people towards sustainability in the use of natural resources. The European Division coordinates the activities of 49 member organisations in Europe, including in all EU28 Member States.

BirdLife Europe contributes to and influences EU environmental policy making and implementation, and raises awareness about the importance of birds and biodiversity at EU, European and global levels.

BirdLife Europe is committed to transparency about EU interest representation. BirdLife Europe believes that this register does not meet basic transparency standards and that it does not provide EU lobbying transparency. When registering, we have therefore chosen to give all relevant information that we consider necessary for lobbying transparency. A credible EU lobbying transparency register should include names of individual lobbyists and the issues that they try to influence, provide precise and comparable financial information on lobbying, and have effective sanctions to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information disclosed. In an effort to arrive at a more objective way of calculating lobbying expenditures, we follow guidelines that result from consultations with public interest organisations, professionals working on lobby transparency as well as experts of US lobby disclosure legislation. Our registration is therefore providing a more comprehensive calculation of our lobbying expenses for activities that aim to influence the policy formulation and decision-making processes of the European Institutions, and a list of those who, on behalf of BirdLife International, European Division carry out such activities.

Our registration is based on the guidelines for transparent registration developed by the Civil Society Contact Group and ALTER-EU. Find the guidelines on http://www.act4europe.org/register or http://www.alter-eu.org

  • Europos
  • pasaulinio
  • valstybės

    Konkreti į registrą įtraukta veikla

Fitness check of the Birds and Habitats Directives, review of the EU Biodiversity Strategy, simplification of the CAP, Codecision on ILUB/biofuels, Baltic (and other) fisheries management plans, upcoming proposals on Tachnical Conservation Measures Regulation and Data and controls framework (fisheries), Circular economy package, Climate and energy package, proposed legislation on access to justice, environmental inspections.

Implementation of the EU biodiversity strategy and nature legislation, implementation of the CAP, implementation of the EU seabirds by catch action plan, implementation of the Invasive Alien Species Regulation. Projects, events and publications are done in order to promote the mentioned policy issues.
Specific fundraising activities and projects, events and publications are done also to protect species and habitats in Europe and Central Asia (e.g. Red List of Birds, Renewable energy infrastructures).


 

• Marine Strategy Coordination Group (DG ENV)
• Coordination Group on Biodiversity and Nature (DG ENV, Unit B.2-B.3)
• High Level Group of the EIP on innovation in agriculture (EIP)

• BirdLife Partners attend Fisheries management Advisory Councils: North Western Water and North Sea (DG MARE)
• Aquaculture Advisory Council (DG MARE)

• Expert Group on the Management of Natura 2000 (DG ENV, Unit B.3)
• Expert Group on Reporting (DG ENV, Unit B.2) (as a substitute)
• Working Group on Green Infrastructure Implementation and Restoration (DG ENV, Unit B.2)
• Civil Dialogue Groups - such as those on direct payments and greening, environment and climate change, Rural Development, arable crops, animal products, horticulture, olives and spirits, CAP reform, Forestry and Cork, etc. (DG AGRI)
• Working Group on Good Environmental Status (DG ENV)
• Marine Natura 2000 Expert Group (DG ENV)

Non

Non

Staff involved in influencing activities:

All BirdLife Europe interest representation activities are linked to biodiversity conservation and better protection.

Direction:
Mr Angelo Caserta, Regional Director, BirdLife Europe Director, Biodiversity Policy, EU Budget, Bird Trade

List of staff that regularly engage in interest representation

EU Policy Team

Mr Ariel Brunner, Head of EU Policy
EU Policy Coordination, Biodiversity policy, Climate Change, EU Budget, Agriculture, Bioenergy

Ms Bruna Campos, EU Marine and Fisheries Policy Officer
Marine and Fisheries Policy, European Parliament contacts

Ms Wouter Langhout, EU Nature Policy Officer
Birds and Habitats Directives, EU Nature and Biodiversity Policy and implications with transport, energy and other sectoral policies, sustainable hunting

Ms Trees Robijns, Senior EU Agriculture & Bioenergy Policy Officer
Agriculture Policy, Bioenergy

Ms Sini Eräjää, EU Biomass Policy Officer
Bioenergy

List of staff that occasionally engage in interest representation

Conservation Team

Willem Van Den Bossche, EU Nature Conservation Officer
Species Action Plans, species protection, conservation status and favourable reference values for species and sites, site and habitat conservation.

Ms Marguerite Tarzia, European Marine Conservation Officer
Marine and Seabirds Conservation, site and habitat conservation.

Ms Christina Ieronymidou, Species Conservation Officer
Species Action Plans, species protection, conservation status and favourable reference values for species and sites, site and habitat conservation.

Mr Boris Barov, European Conservation Manager
Species Action Plans, species protection, conservation status and favourable reference values for species and sites, site and habitat conservation.

Mr Ivan Ramirez, Head of Conservation
Important Bird Areas; Special Protection Areas; monitoring, assessment, indicators and reporting; conservation status of species and sites; biodiversity research funding

Communication Team

Mr Luca Bonaccorsi, Policy Communication Manager
Media and Communications, events organisation, facilitating contacts with civil society

Ms Irene Lorenzo, Communications Officer
Media and Communications, events organisation, facilitating contacts with civil society

Ms Isabel Hidenbrandt, Communication Assistant
Media and Communications, events organisation, facilitating contacts with civil society

Fundraising

Stefania Macchioni, Grant writing and Donor Management Officer

You can also find a complete list of all staff of the BirdLife International, European Division on: http://www.birdlife.org/europe-and-central-asia/partnership/team

    Pirmiau aprašytoje veikloje dalyvaujančių asmenų skaičius

100%: 15  

15

15

    Asmenys, kuriems suteiktas leidimas patekti į Europos Parlamento patalpas

Vardas Pavardė Pradžios data Pabaigos data
Trees Martha ROBIJNS 22/11/2014 20/11/2015
Ariel Brunner 06/11/2014 04/11/2015
Sini Eräjää 23/01/2015 20/01/2016
Luca Bonaccorsi 04/12/2014 02/12/2015
Wouter Langhout 11/02/2015 10/02/2016
Tim Tabak 14/02/2015 12/08/2015
Bruna Diana De Almeida Campos 21/10/2014 17/10/2015

    Interesų sritys

  • Aplinka
  • Biudžetas
  • Energetika
  • ES plėtra
  • Išorės santykiai
  • Klimato politika
  • Konkurencija
  • Maisto sauga
  • Moksliniai tyrimai ir technologijos
  • Prekyba
  • Regioninė politika
  • Teisingumo ir pagrindinių teisių
  • Transeuropiniai tinklai
  • Transportas
  • Vidaus reikalų
  • Vystymasis
  • Žemės ūkis ir kaimo plėtra
  • Žuvininkystė ir akvakultūra

    Nariai ir priklausymas organizacijoms

1 800 000

ADN(420),
ASPB(15),
BirdLife Osterreich(2800),
AOS(400),
APB(3450),
BSPB(1200),
Natuurpunt(87150),
BL Cyprus(520),
CSO(2200),
DOF(16000),
EOU(550),
BirdLife Suomi(11700),
LPO(46000),
NABU(478000),
HOS(2600),
MME(10200),
BirdLife Iceland(1100),
BirdWatch Ireland(15000),
SPNI(40000),
LIPU(30000),
LOB(450),
BZG(200),
LOD(400),
LNVL(11000),
MES(90),
BirdLife Malta(3200),
VBN(153000),
NOF(9500),
OTOP(3500),
SPEA(320),
SOR(1100),
SOS(1000),
DOPPS(1000),
SEO(12000),
SOF(16000),
SVS(63000),
DD(1000),
USPB(450),
RSPB(1090000),
Natagora(15500),
BIOM(80),
FOS(210),
BCG(50),
CZIP(74),
BPSSS(250),
GONHS(400),
ACBK(160),
NABS(100),
UzSPB(245)

  • AIRIJA
  • AUSTRIJA
  • BELGIJA
  • BULGARIJA
  • ČEKIJOS RESPUBLIKA
  • DANIJA
  • ESTIJA
  • GRAIKIJA
  • ISPANIJA
  • ITALIJA
  • JUNGTINĖ KARALYSTĖ
  • KIPRAS
  • KROATIJA
  • LATVIJA
  • LENKIJA
  • LIETUVA
  • LIUKSEMBURGAS
  • MALTA
  • NYDERLANDAI
  • PORTUGALIJA
  • PRANCŪZIJA
  • RUMUNIJA
  • SLOVAKIJA
  • SLOVĖNIJA
  • SUOMIJA
  • ŠVEDIJA
  • VENGRIJA
  • VOKIETIJA
  • ANDORA
  • ARMĖNIJA
  • AZERBAIDŽANAS
  • BALTARUSIJA
  • FARERŲ SALOS
  • GIBRALTARAS
  • GRUZIJA
  • ISLANDIJA
  • IZRAELIS
  • JUODKALNIJA
  • KAZACHSTANAS
  • KIRGIZIJA
  • LICHTENŠTEINAS
  • MAKEDONIJA (BUVUSIOJI JUGOSLAVIJOS RESPUBLIKA)
  • NORVEGIJA
  • SERBIJA
  • ŠVEICARIJA
  • TURKIJA
  • UKRAINA
  • UZBEKISTANAS

BirdLife International members are independent, democratic, grassroots organisations, called Partners. There is one Partner per country. BirdLife International has Partners in all EU28 countries. In Europe and Central Asia, there are 48, plus Israel, so in total 49 member organisations. Together they represent 2 million members (natural persons).

For a complete list of all conservation organisations in Europe see:
http://www.birdlife.org/europe-and-central-asia/partnership/birdlife-partners-europe-and-central-asia


The BirdLife International European Division belongs to:

Civil Society Contact Group http://www.act4europe.org
Green10, www.green10.org
ECOS, www.ecostandard.org
European Habitats Forum, http://www.iucn.org/where/europe/index.cfm?uNewsID=50

    Finansiniai duomenys

01/2013  -  12/2013

>= 1 500 000 € ir < 1 749 000 €

1 766 420 €

353 032 €

 €

353 032 €

DG Environment NGOs Operating Grant

1 413 388 €

623 892 €

450 268 €

100 000 €

239 228 €

    Elgesio kodeksas

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