The Communication Campaign for Our Protected Spaces is the result of a collaboration between the following organisations:


EUROPARC-Spain is the main professional forum for exchanging and sharing experiences and proposals to improve the role of protected areas as basic tools for nature conservation and social welfare. Founded in 1993, EUROPARC-Spain is currently made up of 28 public administrations, including the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge through its National Parks Service, the 17 autonomous communities and several provincial, foral and island councils. EUROPARC-Spain is part of the EUROPARC Federation, a pan-European organisation in which 385 organisations from 37 countries involved in the management of protected areas and nature conservation participate. EUROPARC-Spain is the coordinating body of the Communication Campaign for Our Protected Areas, with a team with more than 10 years of experience in carrying out communication campaigns in different countries.


The mission of Fundación Global Nature is to make a significant contribution to the protection of nature and biodiversity, promoting sustainability policies and conservation strategies that create value for all sectors involved. The foundation’s work focuses mainly on the conservation of habitats and species (especially in wetlands and steppes) together with the sustainability of the agri-food sector. Since its creation in 1993, Global Nature has received more than 20 awards, including the RAMSAR award for the Wise Use of Wetlands in 2018, the BBVA Foundation award and the European Commission’s Green Award for one of the six best projects in the 25 years of the LIFE Programme.

The Association of Ecotourism in Spain (AEE) is a non-profit association created in 2010 to promote sustainable tourism in protected areas and composed mainly of associations of tourism entrepreneurs located in natural areas, management entities of natural areas, public administrations involved in nature tourism, universities, NGOs, tourism and technological innovation companies, and tourism companies committed to conservation and local development. Among other activities to promote networking and the exchange of experiences, the Association manages the Ecotourism Club in Spain, the Ecotourism Observatory and coordinates the National Ecotourism Congress, with the support of the Secretary of State for Tourism.


The Frankfurt Zoological Society is an international conservation organization. Their vision is a world where wildlife and wild lands are cherished and sustainably protected for their intrinsic and economic value to present and future generations. Frankfurt Zoological Society conserves Wildlife and Ecosystems focusing on Protected areas and outstanding Wild Places. Their partners include local communities, conservation authorities, national park administrations, and other NGOs.

The European Nature Trust supports the most effective conservation projects across Europe. Through their work, they help people reconnect with the natural systems on which we depend. Their vision is a European continent where wildlife and people alike thrive; where new sustainable, nature-based economies benefit local communities; and where wild nature is cherished, not feared. We aim to preserve the wild areas that remain, and restore those that have been lost.