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Swedish centre for nature interpretation (CNV)

The Swedish Centre for Nature Interpretation, SCNI, is a meeting place, a centre for development and a competence resource for all nature interpreters in Sweden.


There are 27 pages tagged with Swedish centre for nature interpretation (CNV):

Publications

Most of our publications are in Swedish. However, there are some in English. Follow the links below to find all of them.

What we do

The Swedish Centre for Nature Interpretation was established in 2007 by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences with the aim of serving as a

Steering group

Between 2007 and 2011 SCNI was directed by a steering group including representatives from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and different

Personnel

We are currently four staff working at the Swedish Centre for Nature Interpretation, SCNI. Our main task is to serve as a meeting place, a centre for development and a competence resource for all

Education for nature interpreters

There are at present very few pure nature interpretation education programs in Sweden. However, a rather large number of programs of education would qualify as partly useful if one attempts to work

SCNI publications in English

Landscape Dialogues - a guide Landscape Dialogues has been created for people interested in communication of changes to landscape and the relationship between people and nature; in developing

The tests

There were held two tests of heritage interpretation onsite in the World Heritage with the heritage interpretation plan as support. Tests were done at Hornöberget at the High Coast during summer 2019

Writing process

Parallel to that the workshops were held the writing process started. Autors were Anna Carlemalm at the Regional Administrative Board of Västernorrland and Malin Henriksson at Metsähallitus. They

Workshops in January

In January two workshops were held in Vasa in Finland and two at the High Coast in Sweden. The title of the workshops was "Which places are important for the World Heritage?" In order to make it easy

Workshops in October

In October we first held a workshop in Vasa in Finland and then one at the High Coast in Sweden. The title for the workshops was "Workshop in heritage interpretation". We tried to invite many

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