Yesterday, the LIFE DINALP BEAR project team from the Biology department of Biotechnical Faculty (University of Ljubljana) hosted a group of IMPEL representatives. EU Network for the Implementation and Enforcement of Environmental Law  is an international non-profit association of the environmental authorities of the European Union Member States, acceding and candidate countries of the EU, EEA and EFTA countries. The Network’s objective is to create the necessary impetus in the European Union to make progress towards ensuring a more effective application of environmental legislation, its implementation, international enforcement collaboration as well as promoting and supporting the practicability and enforceability of European environmental legislation. The members of the Hunting tourism core team took part in presentation of work process in our research population genetics laboratory.  They also attended a presentation held by dr. Tomaž Skrbinšek about the range of possibilities genetic findings can offer to forensics and nature conservation. The main focus of the presentation were activities implemented as part of the LIFE DINALP BEAR project.