Ljubljana, Slovenia - RESTORE network event reported by Borut Tavčar in the Slovenian newspaper - Delo

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Ljubljana – “Overflowing  water into the Ljubljansko barje (marsh area south of the capital) is a natural phenomena which has  existed for centuries and humans have to adapt to it. Spatial planning in the area should follow a natural water regime and not bend to the greed of the investors,” according to Mitja Bricelj, Head of Institute for Waters of Republic of Slovenia. There are proposed new strategies which will influence distribution of the EU LIFE funds. 




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