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Alpine Lookout beneath Bukovec

From the Alpine Lookout, located near the village of Borová Lada in the centre of the Bohemian Forest nature conservation area at an altitude of 1,070 meters above sea level, one can see all the way to the peaks of the Alps, weather permitting.

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From the Bohemian Forest all the way to the Alps – ČSOP restores Alpine Lookout Point

01.11.2018 In the centre of the Bohemian Forest nature conservation area, near the village of Borová Lada and at an altitude of 1,070 meters above sea level, lies an Alpine Lookout Point, from which one can see all the way to the peaks of the Alps, weather permitting. The Czech Union for Nature Conservation (ČSOP) restored this lookout point this year within the NET4GAS Closer to Nature programme, adding a number of new elements.

NET4GAS General Partner to Conference "Our Nature"

01.11.2018 For the fourth time, NET4GAS is the general partner of the Conference Naše příroda ("Our Nature"), this time on the topic of Biodiversity of Agricultural Landscapes. It is held on 28 November 2018 in Olomouc. For more information, please visit www.konference-priroda.cz.


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About the project

NET4GAS is both a reliable and safe gas transmission system operator, and at the same time pursues a responsible policy aimed at protecting nature and the environment for future generations. The commercial operations of NET4GAS are very closely connected with the issue of nature conservation, as during both the construction and the operation of its gas infrastructure it must comply with strict environmental standards. In fact, its concern for the natural environment extends even beyond the requirements of legislation, meaning rather a question of corporate social responsibility. It is this principle which underlies the long term strategy of corporate philanthropy and sponsorship which has been implemented under the programme NET4GAS Closer to Nature since 2007.

 
 
2015 award for a large company
for long-term support of the
Czech Union for Nature Conservation

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