"Najbolje prakse u ruralnoj ekologiji"

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DSC00779The first interactive module for students at the Faculty for Applied Ecology “Futura”, as a part of the second year of implementation of the project “Visegrad for Serbia: Rural Ecology Best Practices” was held on March 20th and 21st 2013. The module was coordinated by Prof. dr. Eva Cudlinova from the Faculty of Economics, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic, as the first guest lecturer from one of the Visegrad countries (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary).

DSC00784During the two-day workshop, students who attend the subject Rural Ecology, as well as other interested students, had the opportunity to test their skills in applying of selected method of valuation of natural resources, to simulate the establishment and running of their own company in the development of green technologies, as well as in simulation of stock market trading in order to increase capital for further investments in environmental protection. Prof. Cudlinova presented concepts of valuation of natural capital in rural areas, as well as the current “conflict” between economic and ecological way of thinking in the European Union.

DSC00781During 2013. two more interactive modules are planned for students at the second year of bachelor studies with guest lecturers from Slovakia and Poland, and the next generations will also have the opportunity to participate in the Visegrad project if they attend classes at the subject Rural ecology.

B1Treći interaktivni modul za studente Fakulteta Futura u okviru projekta Višegrad za Srbiju: Najbolje prakse u ruralnoj ekologiji održan je 12. i 13. juna 2012. godine. Rad tokom modula koordinirao je Prof. dr Edward Pierzgalski sa Poljoprivrednog univerziteta u Varšavi, Poljska, kao treći gost predavač iz jedne od Višegrad zemalja (Republika Češka, Slovačka, Poljska i Mađarska).

B2Tokom dvodnevne radionice studenti na predmetima Ruralna ekologija i Ekoklimatologija, kao i drugi zainteresovani studenti, imali su prilike da se upoznaju sa politikom ruralnog razvoja Evropske unije i Višegrad zemalja, sa posebnim osvrtom na lokalne benefite pri održivom upravljanju prirodnim resursima i na neophodnost multidisciplinarnog i interdisciplinarnog pristupa u lokalnom planiranju. Prof. Pierzgalski je studentima približio značaj upravljanja zemljišnim i vodnim resursima za poboljšanje kvaliteta života u ruralnim oblastima. Studenti su imali prilike da pogledaju kratke edukativne filmove o najboljim praksama u poljoprivredi i šumarstvu, kao najznačajnijim oblastima ruralnog razvoja.

B3Direktor Višegrad fonda, gospodin Petr Vagner, posetio je radionicu u zvaničnoj monitoring poseti projektnim aktivnostima, čime je projekat dobio još jednu potvrdu za nastavak aktivnosti narednih godina.

Ovim događajem završene su Višegrad aktivnosti u prvoj godini sprovođenja projekta, a i naredne generacije će imati prilike da učestvuju u Višegrad projektu ukoliko pohađaju nastavu iz predmeta Ruralna ekologija.

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The second interactive module for students at the Faculty for Applied Ecology  “Futura”, as a part of the project “Visegrad for Serbia: Rural Ecology Best Practices” was held on May 16th and 17th 2012. The module was coordinated by Dr Martin Hauptvogl from the Faculty of European Studies and Regional Development, Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Slovakia, as the second guest lecturer from one of the Visegrad countries (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary).

C2During the two-day workshop, students who attend the subject Rural Ecology and Environment and Sustainable Development, as well as other interested students, had the opportunity to test their skills in application of selected methods and tools for strengths and weaknesses assessment for rural areas development in Serbia, as well as in understanding and discussion of main postulates within international conventions and directives in the area of rural development and stakeholder analysis for participation in local and regional processes of rural development planning. Dr Hauptvogl presented concepts of European Union legislation in the area of rural development and environmental protection, as well as different ministerial processes in which Serbia is included.

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During 2012, one more interactive module is planned for students at the second year of bachelor studies with guest lecturer from Poland, and the next generations will also have the opportunity to participate in the Visegrad project if they attend classes at the subject Rural ecology.

D1The first interactive module for students at the Faculty for Applied Ecology “Futura”, as a part of the project “Visegrad for Serbia: Rural Ecology Best Practices” was held on April 25th and 26th 2012. The module was coordinated by Prof. dr. Eva Cudlinova from the Faculty of Economics, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic, as the first guest lecturer from one of the Visegrad countries (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary).

D2During the two-day workshop, students who attend the subject Rural Ecology, as well as other interested students, had the opportunity to test their skills in applying of selected method of valuation of natural resources, to simulate the establishment and running of their own company in the development of green technologies, as well as in simulation of stock market trading in order to increase capital for further investments in environmental protection. Prof. Cudlinova presented concepts of valuation of natural capital in rural areas, as well as the current “conflict” between economic and ecological way of thinking in the European Union.

D3During 2012, two more interactive modules are planned for students at the second year of bachelor studies with guest lecturers from Slovakia and Poland, and the next generations will also have the opportunity to participate in the Visegrad project if they attend classes at the subject Rural ecology.