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About Climate Talks

CLIMATE TALKS is a five-part documentary that aims at better understanding what it takes to adapt to climate change. We'll discover the experience developed by nature conservation professionals in and around Nature Protected Areas across Europe. In each episode, we're going to have a conversation with the people who actually plan and implement adaptation measures on the ground. They'll tell us how this work brings opportunities to innovate, to collaborate, as well as benefits for climate, nature and people.

Written and directed by
Olivier de Sadeleer, EUROPAR
C Federation


Films by
Buxton Studio


Photography, Sound and Editing
Sylvain Payelle



Adeline Catin

Special Thanks

The EUROPARC Task Force on Climate Change

  • Ainhize Butrón, Ihobe, The Basque Agency, Spain

  • Anne-Cerise Tissot, Réserve Naturelles de France, France

  • Etienne Aulotte, Brussels Environment, Belgium

  • Gerald Plattner, Austrian Federal Forests, Austria

  • José Atauri Mezquida, FUNGOBE/EUROPARC-Spain, Spain (Honorary member)

  • Lorenzo Merotto, Portofino Marine Protected Area, Italy

  • Myrthe Fonck, Puur Water & Natuur, The Netherlands

  • Santtu Kareksela, Parks & Wildlife Finland (Metsähallitus), Finland

  • Stewart Pritchard & Emma Mitchell, NatureScot, Scotland, UK

  • Olivier de Sadeleer, EUROPARC Federation, Belgium (coordination)

The whole EUROPARC Federation team for their support in the production
of these films and in particular:
  • Cristina Popa, Finance & Administration Officer

  • Emma Moletto, Communications Intern

  • Esther Bossink, Communications Officer

  • Fernando Pinillos, Communications and IT Officer

  • Isa Vroom, Policy Intern

Presented by

The EUROPARC Federation

The EUROPARC Federation is the largest European network of Nature Protected Areas with more than 400 members from 40 countries. Our members are directly or indirectly managing thousands of National and Regional Parks, Marine Protected Areas, Natura 2000 sites, and more. We are working at different levels to improve the management of nature parks in Europe to the benefit of nature and people.

LIFE Natur'Adapt

LIFE Natur'Adapt is a collective learning process on adaptation to climate change in Protected Areas. In Europe, Reserves Naturelles de France, EUROPARC and eight partners have come together in this LIFE Climate Action project to support the integration of climate change into protected area management practices. Natur'Adapt aims to transform this challenge into an opportunity for innovation.

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