Forty-five experts from the forestry sector representing 17 institutions
Around 45 experts from the forestry sector representing 17 institutions gathered for the first time in Berlin to welcome the InnoForESt, a H2020 Innovation Action project. The partners introduced their contributions and discussed their engagement and future strategies during the two days’ seminar.
PSC meeting in Bratislava
Our PSC meeting took place in the beautiful Bratislava where organizational issues where clarified.
A success story of science support to policy, 11-13 June 2018, DG Environment | Avenue de Beaulieu 5 | 160 Brussels. The ESMERALDA Project demonstrates how its ESMERALDA MAES Explorer and Flexible Mapping and Assessment Methodology supports decision makers from policy, business and society to integrate ecosystem services in their day-to- day work and to proceed with the requirements of the EU Biodiversity Strategy’s Target 2 Action 5 and the MAES initiative
15 June 2018 (08h30 – 17h30), in Covent Garden building (Auditorium, 25th floor), Place Rogier, 16, 1049 Brussels. The event is addressed to the coordinators of H2020 Societal Challenge 2 projects of 2017 calls. It will feature presentations on how to best implement projects with a tailor made view for SC2 related projects, offer you the opportunity to pose questions to our speakers and meet your project officer.
The European Commission is organising a conference to analyse and discuss opportunities and challenges for enhancing the contribution of the forest sector to the main EU priorities.
High-level speakers will include Phil Hogan, Commissioner for agriculture and rural development, Arias Cañete, Commissioner for climate action and energy, Ioan Deneş, Romanian Minister for water and forests, and high representatives of the private sector, academia, civil society, and non-governmental organizations.
The conference will start with a high-level political session in the afternoon of 23 May in the Solvay Library in Brussels. Commisioner Karmenau Vella will be joined by other prominent speakers to take stock of progress towards the EU nature and biodiversity objectives and launch the public consultation for the final evaluation of the EU Biodiversity Strategy. The second day, 24 May, we plan a series of technical discussions with stakeholders on the evaluation of the EU biodiversity strategy to 2020, and on potential EU contributions to the post-2020 global diversity framework. This event will take place in the building of the Committee of the regions.