IEEP Conferences and Events
In the coming months IEEP is organising and speaking at a number of meetings and events. To find out more, do not hesitate to contact us.
Management of farmland in Natura 2000 sites – European Commission, Brussels (Belgium), 25 September 2012
This event is part of a study, led by the N2K Group Ltd for DG Environment, that is developing guidelines for management of farmland with Natura sites. The workshop will build on a workshop held in March and review information on the main factors affecting habitats and species in Natura sites and identify their management needs.
Please contact Evelyn Underwood if you are interested in attending.
Limiting biodiversity impacts from biofuels through land use mapping and certification schemes – IUCN Congress, Jeju (Korea), 6-15 September 2012
As part of a study for WWF, IEEP will run this specialist workshop. Experts will share lessons learnt from initiatives that aim to use land use mapping and certification schemes to limit direct and indirect biodiversity and ecosystem service impacts from the production of biofuels, biomass and other agricultural commodities. Attendance is by invitation only.
Contact: Graham Tucker
Exploring the global dimension of the 7th EAP – IEEP office, Brussels(Belgium), 28 September 2012
As part of an IEEP project on the 7th Environment Action Programme (7th EAP), this meeting will examine how EU policies can better address the global aspects of EU resource use and follow-up to the Rio+20 Conference. This meeting is the third in a series of policy dialogue meetings which IEEP has organised on the 7EAP. Attendance is by invitation only.
Incorporating biodiversity and ecosystem service values into National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs): Sharing country experiences and lessons learnt – COP-11 Side Event, Hyderabad (India), 8-19 October 2012
As part of the project Lessons learnt from incorporating the values of biodiversity and ecosystem services into NBSAPs commissioned by Defra and carried out in co-ordination with the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, IEEP, together with UNEP-WCMC, will organise a side-event to the CBD COP-11 (8-19 October 2012, Hyderabad, India). At this side-event, country representatives will be invited to share their experiences from incorporating values into NBSAPS, the specific approaches they used and importantly, the lessons learnt which may help to inform others. The exact date will be determined closer to the event. Registered participants in the COP-11 can attend.
Contact: Leonardo Mazza