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  • Trust Foundations - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    aegis of the Michael Succow Foundation offers you this opportunity The Michael Succow Foundation acts as trustee i e we establish the foundation for you and take over its administration The endowment fund determined by you will be entrusted to the Michael Succow Foundation who will manage it on your behalf Your basis capital remains separate from the capital of the umbrella foundation You can express your own values and personality through your trust foundation and you can pursue your own goals As long as there is a thematic connection to the goals of the Michael Succow Foundation there are no obstacles to a successful co operation The dependent trust foundation is based on a foundation statute and a deed of trust which you sign with the Michael Succow Foundation This agreement specifies exactly how the proceeds of your foundation will be used As a rule trust foundations carry the name of their founder Since a foundation uses the proceeds from the invested capital to further its cause we recommend an initial capital contribution of 50 000 Euros or more But it is possible to start a trust foundation with as little as 25 000 Euros Besides very low administrative

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  • Bequests - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    Protect Nature in the Long Term and Set a Sign Protect nature in the long term and set a sign If you consider dedicating your estate to the long term protection of nature you can leave a bequest to the Michael Succow Foundation Friederike Badura Wichtmann will be happy to personally advise you about the available options to leave a bequest that will aid the preservation of our natural basis

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  • 1 % - Initiative - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    ecosystems are the basis for successful business The founders of the initiative 1 for the Planet realized that as well In 2000 Yvon Chouinard founder of Patagonia and Craig Mathews owner of Blue Ribbon Flies started the initiative Meanwhile more than 1000 members worldwide donate 1 of sales every year to environmental organisations An online platform links donors and receiving organisations The Michael Succow Foundation is a registered non profit

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  • Paper - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    natural resources among them three master theses and several reports by Greifswald University students about their internships in Aserbaijan You can download the individual papers Succow M Schmidt S Current landscape ecological research activities and nature conservation surveys by the Michael Succow Foundation and Greifswald University in Azerbaijan II Gauger K Occurrence Ecology and Conservation of wintering Little Bustards Tetrax tetrax in Azerbaijan Schmidt S Vegetation and soil formation of Shirvan National Park Azerbaijan Schmidt S Pietzsch D Contributions to the number of a Gazella subgutturosa subgutturosa population in Shirvan National Park Azerbaijan Tegetmeyer C Peper J Etzold J Schmidt S Conservation value of the shifting sand dune complex and lagoons in the Samur Divichi Lowlands Northern Azerbaijan Peper J Conservation of alluvial forests at the Kura river in the Garayazi Reserve Western Azerbaijan Noak F Hidayatov A The Economics of Forest Depletion in Southern Azerbaijan Scharnweber T Rietschel M Manthey M Degradation stages of the Hyrcanian forests in southern Azerbaijan Archiv für Naturschutz und Landschaftsforschung Volume 44 Issue 4 December 2005 Special issue on Aserbaijan This issue contains papers by five young academics of Greifswald University and an introduction by Michael Succow You can download individual papers here Succow

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  • Books - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    3 510 65271 6 EUR 39 80 Order Birdwatching in Azerbaijan a guide to nature and landscape Sebastian Schmidt Kai Gauger Nigar Agayeva Aserbaijan on the border between Europe and Asia is a land of contrasts alpine mountain ranges ample woods dry semi deserts and wetlands rich in biodiversity This publication of the Michael Succow Foundation presents the significant bird life in Aserbaijan and shows in pictures why the country

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  • Brochures - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    Central Asia The brochure provides an overview on the activities of the Michael Succow Foundation in South Caucasus and Central Asia It is published in English and Russian Download Flyercover CABNET CABNET Central Asian Biodiversity Network This flyer gives information about activities in the framework of the university partnership schedule CABNET Central Asian Biodiversity Network and delivers insight into the relevance of this schedule for the participating scientists students and organisations The flyer is available in English and Russian Download Flyer Feasibility Study BR Lake Tana Feasibility Study for a Lake Tana Biosphere Reserve Ethiopia Friedrich zur Heide This feasibility study was prepared as part of the project Feasibility Study for a Biosphere Reserve at Lake Tana Ethiopia and was published in the series BfN Skripten by the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation Germany Download of the Feasibility Study FAO Peatland report Peatlands guidance for climate change mitigation by conservation rehabilitation and sustainable use Hans Joosten Marja Liisa Tapio Biström Susanna Tol eds This publication informs on management and finance options to achieve emissions reductions and enhance other vital ecosystem services from peatlands Download Decision Support System Cover A Decision Support System for degraded abandoned peatlands illustrated by reference to

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  • News - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    February Besides paludiculture the foundation s Peatland policy project was presented which will launch its second phase with a kick off workshop in Tallinn at 25th and 26th of February Douglas Tompkins died 11 12 2015 11 02 by NK Michael Succow consideres Douglas Tompkins an unprecedented and irreplacable personality We all had wished that he could have reaped the rewards of his unequaled engagement for the conservation of nature But the seed of his work has surely germinated just according to an old wisdom The one sowing flowers will reap butterflies Only March 2014 Michael Succow had followed an invitation from Douglas Tompkins to Argentina There Succow contributed his expertise on a possible valorisation of the Iberá wetlands 1 5 million hectares Soil samples gained by scientific drillings showed meter thick layers of peat which were unknown until then The samples allowed an analysis of the Iberá wetlands importance as a carbon sink for the global climate By assessing the ecosystemservices of the Iberá wetlands Douglas Tompkins strove for an improved conservation status of their territory Peatlands on the UNFCCC Agenda in Paris 27 11 2015 14 02 by NK Lecturing at two side events GMC expert Hans Joosten will be part of the UNFCCC COP21 in Paris At the high level panel debate Safe the Peat for Less Heat organised by Wetlands International GMC and other partners Joosten will talk about Peatland issues potential and options for climate mitigation at 1st December 15 15 16 15 o clock at the Netherlands Climate Pavilion For more information please see the Briefing paper accelerating action to Save Peat for Less Heat The UNFCCC side event Reducing GHG emissions by restoring and rewetting peatlands is organized by the Nordic Council of Ministers NCMR at Wednesday 2nd December 2015 between 12 15

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  • Ethiopia - Analysis of potential for further UNESCO Biosphere Reserves - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    Analysis of potential for further UNESCO Biosphere Reserves High ecological and cultural diversity characterise Ethiopia The country is rich in types of ecosystems and regions with hotspots of biodiversity However due to high population growth there is an increased pressure on using natural resources The needs of local people and ethnic groups for natural resources e g fire wood pastures and arable land result in a high strain of land use also in protected areas That leads to high deforestation rates soil degradation overgrazing and conversion to agricultural land in the protected areas UNESCO Biosphere Reserves are a promising approach in order to protect endangered ecosystems cultural landscapes and the livelihood of ethnic minorities Biosphere reserves are model regions promoting a sustainable social economic development and integrating the needs of local people while they mitigate the loss of biodiversity Three biosphere reserves Kafa Yayu Sheka are already existent in Ethiopia At the moment Lake Tana Biosphere Reserve is in the implementation phase with assistance of Michael Succow Foundation The current analysis shall identify further potential biosphere reserve areas in Ethiopia and investigate these according to urgency and prioritization The focus lies on areas with national parks in order to improve

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