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Source: European Parliament

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05-12-2019 – ENVI-PETI joint Public Hearing on the Revaluation of the wolf population in the EU

For decades, the wolf was regarded as strongly endangered in Europe. Its population is now recovering in many areas of the continent.The joint ENVI-PETI public hearing, with the association of AGRI, will focus on the wolf population within the EU.

The basic objective is to have a better understanding on the status of wolf populations in EU and furthermore, to consider possible changes to the current management of the wolf population in Europe. The hearing will take place on 5 December 2019.

Location : PHS 3C50

  • Large Carnivore Management Plans of Protection: Best Practices in EU Member States
  • Overcoming barriers – Management of large carnivores in the Alps
  • The revival of wolves and other large predators and its impact on farmers and their livelihood in rural regions of Europe

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