Ecoexpert is Assiociated Partner in Cluster Specialists – Innovation, Industry, Environment


Cooperation between Cluster and Ecoexpert was inspirated by many problems with finding proper environmental experts during proposal realisation. Seemingly, there are a lot of environmental experts ready to work, but many times it is difficult to find a person who understand investment proceses and who have look on the industry and environment based on the sustainable development. Ecoexpert helps to deal with this problem together with specialists from whole Poland managed by reliable and professional Research Team.


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Ecoexpert Research Team joined by an expert botanist.

In October 2014 the Ecoexpert Research Team has been reinforced by an expert botanist, Izabela Zając, who specializes in wetland and meadow ecosystem vegetation in protected sites.

New EU legislation to address invasive alien species.

On 29 September 2014 the Council of the European Union adopted a new Regulation on invasive alien species. The Regulation will enter into force as of 1 January 2015. The document will be applied directly in all member states and all member state authorities will be required to comply and use the Regulation. No additional implementing acts or secondary law will be required to adopt the Regulation in Poland. However, some revisions of the current alien species law in Poland will be necessary, as well as the introduction of a range of material organizational changes.

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Invasive Alien Species Scientific Conference, September 2014.

On 3-6 September 2014 Ecoexpert took part in a scientific conference on invasive alien species in selected Natura 2000 sites: "Ostoja Wigierska”, "Sandr Brdy” and "Roztocze Środkowe”, financed by the European Union and the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management. The Conference was organized by: The Man and the Environment Association, the Wigierski National Park, the Roztoczański National Park, and the "Bory Tucholskie” National Park. The Conference was predominantly attended by scholars and environmentalists, as well as employees of Polish national parks.

Ecoexpert, the Environmental Innovation Centre, delivered two presentations on invasive alien plant species: "Invasive Plant Species – the current legal landscape and proposed revisions” and "Ecological plasticity of invasive species using the example of Himalayan balsam (Impatiens glandulifera)”.

Cooperation with the Suwalski Landscape Park.

The first stage of the invasive alien species project conducted within the Suwalski Landscape Park has been completed. The goal of this joint project of Ecoexpert and the Suwalski Landscape Park is to protect biodiversity. The project was conceptualized and conducted by the Ecoexpert Research Team. This is a scientific, non-commercial initiative, aimed to protect biodiversity. In September Ecoexpert completed inventories of invasive alien plant species. The inventory report is currently in preparation.

The Suwalski Landscape Park is the oldest landscape park in Poland. The Park is located within the area of the so-called Green Lungs of Poland, and is also a part of the NATURA 2000 European Ecological Network, known as the Ostoja Suwalska.

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Alien plant species inventory.

Ecoexpert completed an "Inventory and removal of alien plant species across areas identified for strict protection within the Wigierski National Park" as part of the project: Protection of the native flora from alien plant species within selected Natura 2000 sites: "Ostoja Wigierska”, "Sandr Brdy” and "Roztocze Środkowe”, co-financed by the European Union and the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management.

Removal of the Himalayan Balsam Impatiens glandulifera.

This year's works, performed as part of the Himalayan balsam Impatiens glandulifera Removal Project within the Wigierski National Park, have been completed. This initiative is performed as part of the project: Active protection of species and habitats in the Natura 2000 site of "Ostoja Wigierska”, co-financed from the LIFE+ instrument of the European Union and the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management. One of Ecoexpert's tasks was to provide botanical supervision over this activity.

Cooperation with the Ptaki Polskie (Polish Birds) Association and the Romincka Forest Foundation.


The cooperation concerns a joint national project for the protection of biological diversity in our country. The project was conceptualized and is coordinated by Ecoexpert. This initiative has been backed by the leading institutions and scientific circles committed to protect the Polish natural environment. The project was submitted to the European Commission.

The Ptaki Polskie Association has extensive experience in communication and nature conservation. This is thanks to an impressive track record of numerous projects and initiatives completed by the Association to date.

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The Romincka Forest Foundation was established in 2006. The primary objectives of the Foundation cover the protection of the environment and raising the ecological awareness across the population. The Foundation focuses on the active conservation of the environment, and specifically the protection of amphibians.

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