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EUROBATS Intersessional Working Groups

At the time being 19 Intersessional Working Groups (IWG) actively work on different bat conservation issues in order to fulfill the requirements of the effective resolutions together with three ad hoc IWG which focus on more specific issues. Several IWGs have finished their work and now dissolved. 

For more information on the work of Intersessional Working Groups please click on the links below.

Active Intersessional Working Groups

  1. Monitoring and Indicators
  2. Monitoring of Daily and Seasonal Movements of Bats
  3. Autecological Studies for Priority Species
  4. Wind Turbines and Bat Populations
  5. Bats and Light Pollution
  6. Purpose-built Bat Roosts
  7. Conservation of Key Underground Sites
  8. Communication, Bat Conservation and Public Health
  9. Bat Rescue and Rehabilitation
  10. Bats and Building Insulation
  11. Education
  12. Protection of Overground Roosts for Bats
  13. Insect Decline as a Threat to Bat Populations in Europe
  14. Bats and climate change
  15. Strategic Planning for the Restoration of Species Across Their Former European Range
  16.  Potential Impact of Solar Power Plants  
  17. Anthropogenic Deadly Traps for Bats 
  18. Improving Methodologies of Assessment of Favourable Conservation Status in Bats  
  19. Bats and One Health 

Ad hoc Working Groups:

  1. Amendment of the Annex of the Agreement
  2. Implementation of the Agreement
  3. EPI projects' assessment group
Former Working Groups:


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