Mira Bell

Mira Bell - Public Relations and Administration

© Pavel Bečka
© Pavel Bečka

Educated in Slavic and German languages, Mira Bell has been providing invaluable support to EuroNatur since March 2012. Initially appointed on a marginal employment contract, she has been a permanent member of the EuroNatur team since January 2014. She organises the foundation’s printed matter and manages the office.

With her keen eye for detail, facility with words and all-round commit-ment, Mira is also involved in press and public relations, among other things researching vital background information and writing for the EuroNatur website.

She says: "As a non-industry specialist I am delighted to be able to make a difference at a meaningful organisation like EuroNatur. My study of literature has taught me to see nature and people as interconnected and for this reason EuroNatur's motto 'connecting nature and people' particularly appeals to me.”

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Seen as a predator with a sweet tooth, a much loved model for soft toys yet outlawed and hunted down as a blood-thirsty beast: the brown bear.

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Environmental award since 1992.

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