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The transnational LIFE ARCPROM project aims to improve the coexistence between brown bear and man, promoting the conservation of this key species of European fauna. The survival of the bear also depends on the ability to prevent the risks associated with bringing bears closer to human activities and settlements, and on the mitigation of the human-bear conflict. The project in fact foresees, by 2024, the activation of measures to prevent damage to the agricultural economy and the enhancement of the presence of the bear, both in cultural and economic terms.

Funded with LIFE Natura funds of the European Union, the project involves the competent management bodies of 3 protected areas in Greece (Rodopi, Prespa and Northern Pindos National Parks) and the Majella National Park in Italy, where the target is the Apennine brown bear, a subspecies that survives only in the Central Apennines.