Σάββατο, 27 Νοεμβρίου 2010

Plant Biodiversity – the art of nature

The opening of the exhibition is on the 1st of December, 2010 at 19.00' at "Christos Tsakiris" Cultural Center, 221 Lagada str, Thessaloniki/Greece.
Until the 17th of December,2010.

Plant Biodiversity – the art of nature
Prizes and praises of the International Photography Contest

The selection process of the prizes for the international photography contest with the subject: “Plant Biodiversity – the art of nature” was completed on September 8th, 2010. A total of 83 photographers with 811 photographies participated in the contest. The jury panel selected 85 photographies from 44 photographers, which will be included in the catalogue with the subject: “Plant biodiversity – the art of nature” and will be presented in a photography exhibition, which will take place in the Municipality of Stavroupoli during the first 15 days of December. The jury panel tried to highlight the diversity of the subject and also to include all the parameters that constitute biodiversity. The participations came mainly from Greece, but also from Germany, Serbia and some other countries as well. It was difficult to decide on the selection however, there were 3 prizes (1st, 2nd and 3rd prize to two photographers) and 7 praises given.

The jury panel, which was consisted of the following three members: Mr Yannis Tsalikidis, Professor of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Agronomy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Mr Athanasios Raptis, photographer and representative of the Photography Centre of Thessaloniki and Mr Triantafyllos Kourouklas, photographer of the Municipality of Stavroupoli, selected 85 photographs.

Τετάρτη, 15 Σεπτεμβρίου 2010

"At the edge" by Melinna Kaminari

Photography Center of Thessaloniki participates in the 2nd PHOTOBIENNALE /21st International Photography Meeting, organized by the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography (...more exhibitions in this link)
with the exhibition
"At the edge" by Melinna Kaminari

The opening is on the 17th of September, 2010 at 20.30' at Tettix Gallery, in the center of Thessaloniki/Greece. Until the end of September.


Melinna Kaminari presents photographic narrations and interviews taken at the areas that define the limits between archaeological sites and the modern cities of Athens and Elefsina, a research project conducted by the photographer over a period of about 5 years (2003-2008) at the edge of archaeological sites. The ancient city meets the modern one at the boundary of an archaeological site, a place where one can observe the complexity of urban life. The exhibition focuses on the way archaeological sites in Athens and Elefsina are demarcated, protected and preserved by the state, but also on how Greeks today encounter these sites, and treat the remains of their past.

Melinna Kaminari(1968) after having studied Graphic Arts in the private school Vacalo, and Photography in the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, she followed a scholarship in postgraduate studies at Goldsmiths (University of London), in London UK, in “Image and Communication”. She is a Doctor in “Communications, Media and Arts” of Panteion University of Athens. She works in the field of Photography more than ten years, as a photographer, as a writer and as a tutor. She has taken part in many exhibitions in Greece and abroad and her work has been distinguished and published in various magazines and newspapers.

Δευτέρα, 13 Σεπτεμβρίου 2010

“Places: Sterile. Two Finnish Photographers”

Photography Center of Thessaloniki participates in the 2nd PHOTOBIENNALE /21st International Photography Meeting, organized by the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography (...more exhibitions)
with the exhibition
"Places: Sterile. Two Finnish Photographers”

The opening is on the 27th of September, 2010 at 20.30' at the Municipality of Neapolis gallery.

Participants are: Kari Soinio and Harri Palviranta.



City of Ghosts by Kari Soinio

The City of Ghosts shows anonymous people at the street level, photographed out of focus. Those people, walking the streets of a metropolis are juxtaposed with old corporate buildings and prestigious apartment buildings with only slices of upper floors in focus. By combining architectural photography and street photography, City of Ghosts discusses both the permanence of the city and the constant social changes in it. It also looks into the beauty of architecture and the fleeting nature of human life.
The high rise, vertical city also creates and symbolises social differences. The higher you are the higher you really are also in the socioeconomic ladder. The world looks quite different seen from street level or from the fortieth floor.
Where we live shapes and defines us. Our surroundings, both the people and the physical environment, create a sence of belonging and attachment to the place. The buildings, the physical set of our lives are crusially important for us. They are the frame.

City of Ghosts as a photographic project started from a notion of how a tourist, or any newcomer for that matter, in a city as large and impressive as New York would look constantly up in awe of the vertical city. Something that new yorkers almost never do.
As a newcomer myself, nearly twenty years ago, I myself experienced those feelings of awe and constant neck pain during my first weeks in the city. I looked and admired the beautiful architecture and sheer scale of everything and tried at the same time to avoid bumping in to people on the streets. Those experiences lead me later on to think deeply of the nature of the city and eventually to this project, City of Ghosts.
The vertical strength combined with horizontal solidity makes New York unique. A place of no comparison. New York is also a constantly changing city and my project is partly an attempt to look into that change and to respect the importance of that change.
It is also an attempt to show respect and admiration to that built environment and to see some of the risks the change can mean to the city.

I live and work in Helsinki in my native Finland. I am however also a one time resident and a very frequent visitor of New York, where I have been recently working on my project City of Ghosts.
I am strongly interested in representations of landscape and the ways we recognize and remember. I have previously experimented with out of focus images and how they recreate things we have memories of. Throughout my career I have explored themes of identity: corporeality and place, the sense of belonging somewhere.

Kari Soinio

Harri Palviranta / project description

GFWP – The Great Finnish Weapons Project

The Great Finnish Weapons Project is a photographic study on Finnish weapons culture. Finland (population around 5.3 million) has a long tradition of hunting and weapons-bearing, and today Finland has one of the world's highest gun ownership rates with about 1.6 million firearms in private hands, plus perhaps some 30 000 to 100 000 illegal weapons in possession of the people.
There are approximately 2 500 shooting ranges around the country. Circa 80 percent of Finnish men learn to handle weapons during their compulsory military service. Guns are commonplace in Finland.

My aim is to photographically discuss and interprete issues relating to weapons cultures. Recent school shooting in Finland – in November 2007 in Jokela (9 dead) and in September 2008 in Kauhajoki (11 dead) – has increased my motivation for this.

But instead of just condemning the weapons culture, as a starting point it is necessary to admit that weapons and shooting are tied to contradictory societal practises and individual feelings – weapons are at the same time frightening, useful and fascinating. This contradictory feature is firstly related to bigger issues such as national defence practises, the right for a nation to defend herself in the case of an offensive. Secondly, weapons handling is tied to identity building, the
production of aggressive heroic malehood. Thirdly, it should be notified that shooting and hunting are sports that teach people social skills and discipline. Forthly, it really is odd that people enjoy owning items that are originally ment for killing. Following this ambiguous state of affairs, I have chosen a photographic approach that is documentary but not in an traditional observative way, rather in a reflective manner. My intention is to visualize the oddity within this culture and
aesthetisize the topic by binding it to corporeal and emotional issues.

I am constructing The Great Finnish Weapons Project as a three-chapter narrative:

Chapter I – The Touch
This chapter includes pictures of men touching weapons at homes, at the shooting ranges and at the auctions. The touch can even be warm, and therefore a weapon can appear as a fetish or as a prosthesis.

Chapter II – Shooting ranges
This chapter focuses on places that are on the one hand disconnected and isolated locations in a periferic environment, and on the other hand legitimate grounds for practising explosive acts. Shooting ranges are kind of universes of their own, where alternative discourses and practises are present, where society becomes exposed in a layered manner.

Chapter III – Chromogenic colour prints on aluminium, shot
These are plain white photographs mounted on aluminium and then shot by shooters at the shooting ranges. This chapter introduces wounds and smell of gunpowder into the series. It also deals with issues around indexicality in photography, contrasting the photographic trace with the wound caused by the bullet.

The Great Finnish Weapons Project is a work in progress, I started working with it in 2008. My intention is to conclude the whole project for spring/summer 2010. Altogether The Great Finnish Weapons Project will be a rather big in volume and intensity. It will be first exhibited in full volume in April 2010 in gallery Uusitalo in Helsinki, Finland.

Τετάρτη, 14 Απριλίου 2010

Photography Center of Thessaloniki participates in the 2nd PHOTOBIENNALE/21st International Photography Meeting

Photography Center of Thessaloniki participates in the 2nd PHOTOBIENNALE /21st International Photography Meeting, organized by the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography
with four group exhibitions (one of them in three parts)

Meta-Thesis Ι

Artis Causa Gallery 6-30/5/2010

Alek Lindus (FR), Diane Katsiafikas (US), Vasilis Karkatselis, Stavros Dagtzidis - video (GR)

Meta-Thesis ΙΙ
Cultural Center of the Municipality of Polichni 23/4 - 14/5/2010

Wolfgang Brenner (DE), Katerina Mistal (SE), Boris Nemeth (SLOVAKIA), Nicolas Smirnov (ISR), Efthimis Mouratidis, Thanasis Raptis – video installation (GR)

Meta-Thesis ΙΙΙ

Papatzikou Gallery 24/4 - 17/5/2010

Sylvie Van Bochove (NL), Nermine Hammam (EG), Lee Eun Kyoung (KOR), Kari Soinio (US), Roberta Vivoli (IT), Konstantinos-Antonios Goutos, Vasilis Karkatselis (GR)

Curator: Maria Kenanidou, Art Historian

Place Thessaloniki

Alatza Imaret 26/4 - 6/5/2010
Anna Galanou, Georgios Gizaris, Dimitrios Zografos, Vicky-Maria Ioannou, Stelios Karatheodorou, Giorgos Kasapidis, Elpida Katsika, Kostas Kitsos, Panagiotis Koupatsaris, Petros Kotzabasis(να διορθωθεί και στην ελληνική εκδοχή Κοτζαμπάσης), Andreas Kromidas, Stavros Dagiouklas, Panagiotis Oikonomidis, Prokopis Orfanos, Christina Papafragou, Christina Paraskevopoulou- Panagiotis Mademlis, Eleftherios Plavos, Dimitris Rizos, Sravros Stamatiou, Thanos Siozos, Tasos Chios

Curator: Vasilis Karkatselis, Visual Artist

Place: Desert

Vlassis Art Gallery 22/4 - 15/5/2010

Annelies de Mey (BE), Quiles Menchero Carlos (ES), Marco Citron (IT), “hb-lankowitz” (Brigitta Reuter and Hubert Hasler) (AT), Eva Bogri, Vasilis Christidis, Hara, Chrisanthaki, Paraskevi Daskalopoulou, Argiris Liapopoulos, Vasiliki Benetatou (GR)

Curator: Thanasis Raptis, Photographer

There is no there, there
Tettix Gallery 29/4 - 20/5/2010

Liudmila Velasco (CU) & Nelson Ramirez de Arellano Conte (CU), Pasquale Calone (IT), Annemie Augustijins (BE), Annelies De Mey (BE), Brad Temkin (US), Konstantinos Fountos, Petros Kotzabasis, Dimitra Ermeidou, Giannis Cholongounis (GR)

Curator: Georgia Kourkounaki

Σάββατο, 27 Φεβρουαρίου 2010

International Photography Contest “Plant biodiversity - the art of nature”


International Photography Contest
“Plant biodiversity - the art of nature”

The Botanical Garden of the Municipality of Stavroupoli and the Photography Center of Thessaloniki, aiming at contributing, informing and highlighting the problem of the loss of biodiversity, announce the third international photography contest on the subject: “Plant biodiversity – the art of nature”. The United Nations has designated 2010 the International Year of Biodiversity. We invite photographers to grasp the chance and implicate creatively their art with the international agony for the environment.
The term biodiversity means the total of live organisms in the ground (biological genders and species), the variety among their relations (ecosystems), and the pictures (landscapes) that man has for the natural environment, as well. Biodiversity refers to 4 levels that constitute an entity.
The first level is that of genetic biodiversity, that is to say the breadth of the hereditary origins (gene – chromosome) of a particular kind.
The second level is that of biodiversity of species of flora and fauna. Τhat is to say the total of individuals of common origin with the same morphological traits (plant kingdom – sum – class – order – family – genus - species – subspecies – variety – form – clone) e.g. Species: citrus limon – lemon tree, citrus sinensis – orange tree, citrus aurantium - sour orange tree etc.
The third level known as biodiversity of ecosystems (habitats) is expressed with the crowd of combinations of plants and animals’ species that is met in a concrete region.
The fourth level is that of biodiversity of landscapes, which is expressed with the crowd of types of landscapes (abiotic and biotic elements) that is presented in a region or in a country.
Biodiversity is today tried intensely because of the multiple pressures that accepts from human interventions and climatic change. The loss of biodiversity hides important dangers for the quality of life and the economic growth. The problem must be pointed out and measures must be taken from governments, societies and each one separately.
In these frames and with emphasis in the Greek plant biodiversity, professional or amateur photographers are called to impress with their personal glance and to attribute with each possible way the subject. The competition is open in photographic aspects that can begin from traditional (classic) photograph and reach up to modern, conjectural, manufactured or digital. Restrictions of technical, chromatic or other interventions in the photographs are not raised by the organizational committee.

Terms of the contest
● Participation in the contest is free. Any professional or amateur photographer may submit photographs, with no discrimination whatsoever.
● Any interested individual may enter the contest with a portfolio, single photographs or a series of photographs.
● All images should be submitted (by post or in person) only at the following address:
Botanical Garden of Stavroupoli
Pericleous 9A Stavroupoli 56431 Thessaloniki, Greece
To the attention of: Photography Contest
● Submission deadline: 15-07-2010 (postmark)
● The jury panel shall consist of three members: one representative of the Stavroupoli Municipality, one accomplished photographer of Photography Center of Thessaloniki , and Mr. Yannis Tsalikidis, Professor of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Agronomy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
● The judgement of the jury panel shall be final. No objection or other claim shall be accepted.
● Each photograph must be printed on paper size of at least 20×25 cm, ready for presentation, and for the needs of the catalogue in digital form with 22cm the big side and analysis 300 dpi. At the back of each photograph (even if it is part of a series) the following information should be written: title of the photograph (if any); location where the photograph was taken; the photographer’s full name, address, phone number and e-mail address (if any).
Languages: Greek, English, German.
● The submitted material shall not be returned.
● The images to be selected by the jury panel shall become the main part of a large photography exhibition to be initially presented at the exhibition premises of the Stavroupoli Municipality, and subsequently in other locations inside and outside Greece.
● The first exhibition of the photographs shall begin at 15st September 2010.
● The expenses for the exhibition of the images (in Stavroupoli as well as in the other locations inside and outside Greece) shall be borne by the organizer.
● At least 60 of the prize-winning photographs of the exhibition shall be included in a luxurious catalogue / album, which shall be sent to all prize-winning photographers.
● 15 of the photographs shall be included in a 2011 calendar to be published by the Botanical Garden of the Stavroupoli Municipality.
● Additional prizes shall be announced very shortly. The prizes shall be awarded at a special ceremony.
● The contest results shall be announced on the Internet and made known to all participants (www.stavroupoli.gr και www.fkth.gr).
● The copyright of the catalogue and calendar belongs to the Botanical Garden of Stavroupoli. The copyright of the individual photographs belongs to the respective photographers.
● All works may be used to publicize the contest and its goals in any medium and in any manner. The contest participants are not entitled to any remuneration whatsoever.
For further informations the concerned can adress by email to botanic.gard@stavroupoli.gr
● Participation in the contest means the unconditional acceptance of all terms referred to above.

Aim of the photographic contest is to point out the plant biodiversity, the biodiversity of ecosystems, the biodiversity of landscapes, so as more citizens and administrations take knowledge about the issue, become more sensitized and mistakes in the management of nature’s diversity to be corrected. The way all these will be bond with the art of photography and will be imputed originatively is up to the photographers.


In our planet exist an inconceivable number of beings. Nowadays, however a lot of factors threaten biodiversity. The downgrading, the breaking to pieces and the destruction of biotopes, the unsustainable activities, the overexploitation of soil, forests, lakes and oceans, the pollution of water, soil and atmosphere, the intensive agriculture, the excavations, the reconstruction and the invasion of foreign conquering species are some of the elements that damage biodiversity.

Biodiversity in Greece
Greece disposes a big variety of animals, plants, mushrooms, algae, micro-organisms and ecosystems, one of the largest in Europe. Found in the crossroad of three continents, with varied geomorphology and big climatic breadth, but also with particularly long-lasting history of coexistence of human with nature, Greece has acquired a remarkable biodiversity with special plant and animal forms, enough from which can not be met nowhere elsewhere in the world.
It is calculated that exist about 6.300 taxa (species and subspecies) of plants from which above 700 are endemic. The variety of vegetation, of flora and fauna, is also reflected in the big variety of presented ecosystems, from semideserted Vai palm forest in Crete up to the cold betula, pinus and abies forests. This diversity of ecosystems is also presented in a small relatively surface. In distance of 150 km from Kavala to central Rodopi, man can cross all types of the mediterranean, middle-europe and north-scandinavian bands of flora. However, even if we dispose rich biodiversity, we don not protect her and we have not appreciated her value either as state or as society.

The value of biodiversity
The maintenance of biodiversity has big importance for the humanity and for all forms of life. Among the values of maintenance of biodiversity are included:
The socio-economic values by the profits that result from the use of biodiversity, particularly for the elimination of poverty worldwide.
The medico-pharmaceutical values by the biological substances on which are based almost all the therapeutic methods.
The aesthetic and cultural values that cover the deeper needs of human.
The ecological values that are related with the survival and the normal function of most ecosystems which contribute in the maintenance of the environmental conditions of our planet.
It is therefore realized that biodiversity decreases worldwide and that the rhythm of the disappearance of species grows more than never, with simultaneous reduction of the extent of their biotopes. This loss has as a result the downgrading of services and goods that ecosystems provide, while the ability of plant societies to support the future generations is jeopardized as well.
The biodiversity is threatened today by the rapid changes that human provoked in our planet. The way and the intensity man uses the natural resources create multiple threats against environment, such as the disappearance of species, the modification and downgrading of biotopes and the general exhaustion of natural resources. Therefore, it is our responsibility to protect biodiversity.



Internationaler Fotowettbewerb
" Pflanzen- Biologische Vielfalt - die Kunst der Natur"

Der botanische Garten der Stadtgemeinde von Stavroupoli und das Fotozentrum von Thessaloniki, um des Problems dem Verlust der biologische Vielfalt beizutragen, köndigen den dritten internationalen Fotographie Wettbewerb auf dem Thema: " Pflanzen-– die kunst der Natur". Die Vereinten Nationen haben 2010 das internationale Jahr von Biologischer Vielfalt gekennzeichnet.
Der Term Biologische Vielfalt bedeutet die Gesamtheit der Beleb-Organismen in der Erde (biologische Gene und Sorte), die Vielfalt unter ihren Relationen (Ökosystemen), und die Abbildungen (Landschaften), das Mann für die natürliche Umwelt hat. Die biologische Vielfalt bezieht sich auf 4 Ebenen, die einen einzigen Satz sind.
Die erste Ebene ist die genetischer Vielfalt, nämlich die Breite der erblichen Wurzeln (Gene und Chromosomen) einer bestimmten Sorte.
Die zweite Ebene ist die biologische Vielfalt der Sorte, der Flora und der Fauna. Nämlich die Gesamtheit den Atomen der allgemeinen Ursprung mit dem gleichen morphologischen Merkmale (Pflanzenreich – Summe – Klasse – Ordnung – Familie – Genre –Sorte – Untersorte – Vielfalt – Form – Klon), zum Beispiel, Sorte Citrus limon – Zitronenbaum, Citrus sinensis Orangenbaum, Citrus aurantium – Sevilla Orangen.
Die dritte Ebene, als die biologische Vielfalt von Ökosystemen bekannt ist, wird mit der Masse von Kombinationen der Pflanzen und der Tiere Sorten ausgedrückt, der in einer konkreten Region getroffen wird.
Die vierte Ebene ist die biologische Vielfalt von Landschaften, der mit der Masse der Arten der Landschaften ausgedrückt wird (Biotischen und Abiotischen Elemente), das in einer Region oder in einem Land dargestellt wird.
Die biologische Vielfalt wird heute intensiv wegen des mehrfachen Drucks versucht, der von den menschlichen Interventionen und von der klimatischen Änderung annimmt. Der Verlust der biologische Vielfalt versteckt wichtige Gefahren für die Lebensqualität und das Wirtschaftswachstum. Das Problem muss unterstrichen werden und Maßnahmen von den Regierungen, von den Gesellschaften und jeder von separat ergriffen werden müssen.
In diesen Rahmen und mit Hauptgewicht im griechischen biologische Vielfalt, werden Fachmann oder Bewundererphotographen, um mit ihrem persönlichen flüchtigen Blick zu beeindrucken angerufen und mit jeder möglichen Weise das Thema zuzuschreiben. Die Konkurrenz ist in den fotographischen Aspekten geöffnet, die von der traditionellen (klassischen) Fotographie anfangen und bis modernem, abbildendem, hergestelltem oder zu digitalem erreichen können. Beschränkungen der technischen, chromatischen oder anderen Interventionen in den Fotographien werden nicht vom organisatorischen Ausschuss gesetzt.

Die Teilnahme am Wettbewerb ist kostenlos. Sowohl professionelle Fotografen als auch Laien können ohne jeglichen Unterschied Fotos einsenden.
Die Interessenten nehmen mit einem Portfolio, einzelnen Fotos oder Fotoserien am Wettbewerb Teil.
Die Werke sind ausschließlich an die folgende Adresse zu schicken oder dort abzugeben:
Botanischer Garten von Stavroupoli
Perikleous 9A Stravroupoli 56431
Thessaloniki - Griechenland
Mit dem Hinweis, dass sie für den Fotowettbewerb bestimmt sind.
Die Einreichungsfrist für Fotos ist der 15.07.2010 (es gilt das Datum des Poststempels).
Die Jury setzt sich aus drei Mitgliedern zusammen und wird vom Stellvertretenden Bürgermeister von Stavroupoli, einem renommierten Fotografen und dem Professor für Landschaftsarchitektur der Landwirtschaftlichen Fakultät der Aristoteles-Universität Thessaloniki, Herrn Tsalikidis Iannis, gebildet.
Die Entscheidung der Jury ist endgültig, Einsprüche oder sonstige Klagen sind unzulässig.
Alle Fotos sind auf Papier gedruckt und mit einer Abmessung von mindestens 20 x 25cm einzusenden und zu den Notwendigkeiten des Kataloges in der digitalen Form mit 22cm, das große Seite und Analyse 300 dpa. Auf der Rückseite eines jeden Fotos (auch wenn, es als Teil einer Serie eingeschickt wird) sind der Titel (sofern vorhanden), der Ort der Aufnahme des Fotos, Vor- und Zuname des Fotografen, vollständige Anschrift, Telefon und E-Mail (sofern vorhanden) anzugeben. Zulässige Sprachen: Griechisch, Englisch und Deutsch.
Das eingeschickte Material wird nicht zurückgeschickt.
Die von der Jury ausgewählten Werke bilden die Grundlage einer großen Fotoausstellung, die zunächst im Ausstellungsraum der Gemeine Stavroupoli gezeigt wird und anschließend in Griechenland und im Ausland zu sehen sein wird.
Die erste Einweihung wird am 15st September 2010 stattfinden.
Die Kosten für die Aufhängung und Präsentation der Werke in der Ausstellung übernimmt der Organisator. Das gleiche gilt auch für die anschließende Wanderausstellung.
Mindestens 60 der prämierten Fotos der Ausstellung werden in einen luxuriösen Katalog / Fotoband aufgenommen, der allen prämierten Fotografen kostenlos zugesandt wird.
15 der Fotos werden in einen Kalender aufgenommen, der vom Botanischen Garten der Gemeinde Stavroupoli für das Jahr 2011 herausgegeben wird.
Weitere Preise werden in einer gesonderten Mitteilung bekannt gegeben. Diese Preise werden auf einer speziellen Festveranstaltung verliehen.
Die Ergebnisse des Wettbewerbs werden im Internet veröffentlicht und allen Teilnehmern mitgeteilt. ( www. stavroupoli. gr und www. fkth. gr)
Das geistige Eigentumsrecht am Katalog und am Kalender hat der Botanische Garten von Stavroupoli. Die geistigen Eigentumsrechte an den Fotos haben die Fotografen.
Die Werke können für ihre weitere Veröffentlichung im Rahmen des Wettbewerbs und seiner Ziele in jedem beliebigen Medium und auf jegliche Art und Weise verwendet werden, ohne dass daraus ein Anspruch auf ein Honorar des Teilnehmers entsteht.
Mit seiner Teilnahme am Wettbewerb erklärt der Teilnehmer die vorbehaltslose Anerkennung der vorstehenden Bedingungen.

Das Ziel der fotographischen Konkurrenz ist die pflanzen - biologische Vielfalt, die biologische Vielfalt von Ökosystemen, die biologische Vielfalt von Landschaften unterstreichen werden, besonders unseres Landes, damit mehr Auskunft und Leitungen nehmen wissen, die Menschen mehr sensibilisiert werden und Fehler im Management der Natur korrigiert werden.