Natura 2000 is the centerpiece of the European Union nature & biodiversity policy. Is the largest network of protected areas in the world. The aim of the network is to assure the long-term survival of Europe's most valuable and threatened species and habitats.
Pegged to current events, our reports illustrate decisions taken at European level in a variety of areas, through real-life examples filmed in different European countries. The average length of our reports is 8 to 10 minutes.
The material is composed of :
The reports are available to all interested journalists and televisions channels completely free of charge and copyright.
Most of the free multimedia software freely available on the Internet can be used to watch our online videos (Windows Media Player, Real Player, Quick Time). High definition formats can be immediately used in digital image servers. In some cases you may need additional codecs to view our videos; these can be downloaded directly from the Internet.
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The formats available on our website are :
Video features and documentaries are generally in EN and FR, but may also be available in other EU languages. This information can be found on the download page.
First step to use "My account" is creating Account.
For this, on the "My account" page, click on registration page.
Fill in the form and send it.
After this step, you will receive an email with a confirmation link to validate your account.
Click on the link to validate and go to you My account section..
In My account section, you can see differents links :
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For ordering a video, please go on the section "How to order"
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