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Dear Sir, Madam, Unfortunately the registration for the 2018 CEEweb for Biodiversity Academy organised in collaboration with Eurosite and supported by EKLIPSE has closed. Thank you for your interest in our event, we look forward to welcoming you at one of our other events. Kind regards, CEEweb for Biodiversity & Eurosite

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Dear Sir, Madam, Unfortunately the registration for the 2018 CEEweb for Biodiversity Academy organised in collaboration with Eurosite and supported by EKLIPSE has closed. Thank you for your interest in our event, we look forward to welcoming you at one of our other events. Kind regards, CEEweb for Biodiversity & Eurosite
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Europe is facing important challenges in meeting future biodiversity targets while biodiversity across Europe is still threatened, and climate change is an increasing problem. Natura 2000, comprising over 27,000 sites and over 18% of European territory, is an important tool to ensure effective conservation and management of species and habitats of importance for the EU, but requires a collective effort for efficient management. Cross-sectoral and cross-border collaboration is currently more important than ever before.

The CEEweb Academy, organised in collaboration with Eurosite and with support from EKLIPSE, aims to bring together scientists and policy makers, authorities and NGOs in order to bridge the gap between resilience thinking and adaptive environmental management of protected areas. The event aims at improving the understanding of climate change, its perceptible and foreseeable impacts and the role nature-based solutions can play in mitigating them.

The event's programme focuses on crucial ingredients for a more efficient implementation of EU nature policy:

  • EU level networking to exchange knowledge and examples of good practice;

  • Preserving crop-wild-relatives as an important resource for the future of EU and global agriculture;

  • Increasing the active involvement of the wider population into Natura 2000 management and (private) land conservation;

  • Nature-based solutions that wetlands can offer to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change

Please find the draft programme here.

In case you are a member of either CEEweb for Biodiversity or Eurosite, or if your organisation has signed a friendship agreement with Eurosite (the Migratory Birds for People network and SER Europe), please contact us at info@eurosite.org for a discount code.

Please note: if for whatever reason, your registration is not accepted, you will be fully reimbursed. The deadline for pre-registration is 21 August 2018.

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