The project aims at improving the capacity for environmental resilience of the protected areas – UNESCO natural and cultural heritage sites with intensive recreational load. The pilot territories include: Kizhi State Open Air Museum (with more than 20 villages in Kizhi skerries), Vodlozersky Biosphere Reserve and National Park, including Kuganavolok village, North Karelia Biosphere Reserve, as well as Rokua Unesco Geopark.
Russia: Association "Centre for Problems of the North, Arctic and Cross-border Cooperation" (North-Centre); KarRC RAS; “Kizhi” Federal Museum of Cultural History and Architecture; Vodlozersky National Park;
Finland: Water Resources and Environmental Engineering Research Unit, University of Oulu; Metsähallitus, National Parks Finland; Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment for North Karelia
KA5033 Sustainability Under Pressure: Environmental Resilience in natural and cultural heritage areas with intensive recreation (SUPER) (ENI CBC “Karelia” project), 2018–2020