CENELC.CZ is a non-governmental, non-political organization founded for purpose of serving the general public in accord with §4 of the Law No. 248/1995 Codex. The main operation of the organisation is focused on support and realisation of the implementation of the European Landscape Convention CETS No. 176, (further on just the ELC), and promotion of the principle of subsidiarity and sustainable development of the Czech cultural landscape.
Our society has been founded in spring of 2011 as a voluntary association of people sensitive to the extraordinary landscape surrounding the monastery and basilica of the Holy Mountain in Pribram.
The Rozmberk Society is a registered, not-for-profit, non-governmental "Public Benefit Corporation". The mission of the Society is the conservation of natural and cultural heritage combined with a sustainable regional development. Our operating area is South Bohemia, Czech Republic, and in particular the eastern part comprising the Micro-Region Ruze and the Trebon Biosphere Reserve.
The main goal of Topland Brd is to take care for landscape as defined in natural and cultural terms. They are interested in the landscape natural processes, reasonable agricultural utilization and preservation of landscape as a place for humans to live in. They stress the importance of intensive cooperation with the public, local authorities and other civil groups and organizations.
CIVILSCAPE was formally registered in April 2008. Afterwards the registration of members started. Some of them have already published their profile. Therefore some organisations are not visible here.
CIVILSCAPE is open to all non-governmental organisations (NGO) which dedicate their work to landscape protection, management and planning, according to the “European Landscape Convention” (Florence, October 20th 2000).
If you are interested, please send your request to the President or Secretary General. We will provide you further informations about this issue.
You can also download the membership application form. Please follow the instruction and don't hesitate to contact the CIVILSCAPE Office Bonn.
The following pages are (partly) published only in English. We apologize for any inconvenience.
You are welcome to support us in our efforts to translate the CivilScape web site to different languages.