Directorate for nature management - Norway
The Directorate for Nature Management (Norwegian: Direktoratet for naturforvaltning, DN) is the national governmental body for preserving Norway's natural environment. The directorate serves as an advisory and executive agency under the Norwegian Ministry of Environment.
Subject(s): Endangered Species; Exchange of Information; Impact Assessment; Invasive Alien Species; Marine and Coastal Biodiversity; Protected Areas / In-Situ Conservation
Kristiansand Dyrepark is the largest zoo in Norway with 120 animal species and over 550 animals in large naturalistic enclosures. The park have close to 700 000 visitors a year.
Norwegian Biodiversity Information Centre
The Norwegian Biodiversity Information Centre is a national source of information on biodiversity. The organisations main function is to supply the public with updated and accessible information on Norwegian species and ecosystems.
Subject(s): Endangered Species; Exchange of Information; Inland Waters Biodiversity; Invasive Alien Species; Library and Documentation; Marine and Coastal Biodiversity; Protected Areas / In-Situ Conservation
The United Nations Association of Norway (UNA Norway) provides information on topics related to the United Nations, and relevant international issues. The organisation aims to heighten the level of awareness about these related topics among our target groups, which range from the educational system to the media and public in general.