Strategy

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ThE ENCA Strategy AND Action Plan

To celebrate its 10th Anniversary Year ENCA launched an ambitious strategy aimed at targeting our joint challenges in Nature Conservation. This strategy will inform ENCA's direction for the next five years by identifying key priorities for Nature Conservation. It will be delivered through an action plan which is development.

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European Nature Conservation Agencies Strategy 2017-2022

Vision

Nature in Europe is more resilient and secure, supporting abundant and diverse wildlife and contributing to the health and wellbeing of people.

Mission

The ENCA network enhances nature conservation in Europe and neighbouring countries by sharing and deploying its collective knowledge and experience of policy implementation, advice and natural resource management, and by supporting better informed and more coherent policy decisions.

ENCA Priorities

ENCA has agreed six priority work areas,

Work on these will be delivered through the ENCA Action Plan, which is in development.

ENCA AcTION PLan

The Action plan is under development. Actions within the plan will be linked to three key policy processes,

These will be delivered by the ENCA Members and Interest groups. Task and finish groups, which combine expertise from across the interest groups. will be established periodically to deliver cross-cutting actions.

Context

ENCA-18 established the need for a new model of working for ENCA. This led to the creation of a task and finish group, the Troika+ Strategy group. The group included representatives from UBA (Austria), INPA, (Israel), CAEN (Croatia), SNH (Scotland) and Natural England. Together they have developed the draft strategy setting out ENCA's mission, vision and objectives. This was discussed and agreed at ENCA-20.

Next Steps

At ENCA 20, ENCA started development of the ENCA Action Plan which is designed to deliver the strategy for the next five years. The Action Plan will identify key activities and will build on work begun at ENCA-19 where members were asked to identify key priorities in Nature conservation.