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Discussion evening: Who owns nature?

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The use of nature will be discussed in detail next Thursday in the Andorf sports hall.
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Spring is coming. The beginning of the blooming season is a reason for many people to plan more outdoor activities again. Almost all user groups are currently active outside. Be it amateur athletes, hunters, farmers or forest owners: As numerous events in recent years have shown, there is sometimes a great potential for conflict with regard to use, enjoyment and prohibitions in nature. The Naturschutzbund Schärding – in cooperation with the OÖ Nachrichten – is now taking this tightrope walk as an opportunity for a panel discussion that is intended to deal with exactly this topic.

On Thursday, March 16, the Nature Conservation Union invites you to the Andorf sports hall under the title “Who does nature belong to?” “Often there is a lack of contextual knowledge between the various interest groups,” says Franz Kohlbauer, district spokesman for the nature conservation association. “The intention behind this event is to eliminate knowledge deficits. To do this, we want to get everyone involved around one table.”

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The nature conservation association managed to invite well-known representatives of the various interest groups to the discussion.
They should first present their own situation and point of view in a short statement, before a lively exchange between the discussion participants should take place in the context of a general discussion. Peter Gumpinger (Chairman of the Schärding District Chamber of Farmers), Herbert Sieghartsleitner (Regional Hunters’ Champion), Sepp Friedhuber (Naturfreunde Oberösterreich), Bernhard Schön (Nature Conservation Association Upper Austria), Amadeus Cosimo Lobe (CLR Sauwald) and Thomas Pflügl (Landesalpinreferent Alpenverein Oberösterreich) take their places.

The discussion will be moderated by OÖN-Innviertel editor-in-chief Roman Kloibhofer. “It is important to us to process the various topics and concerns objectively in order to understand each other better,” says Kohlbauer. In particular, it is often about the question of what is allowed and what is not allowed.
“Every action and inaction has an impact,” says the district spokesman. The event is intended to serve nature “to protect it in the long term,” explains Kohlbauer. “After all, it is in the interest of all of us.”

Panel discussion:
“Who does nature belong to?”, on Thursday, March 16 at 7.30 p.m. in the sports hall in Andorf.
Admission free.

Source: Nachrichten

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