3rd Scientific & final GreenNet conference - Call for papers, posters, presentations
Perspectives for biological & cultural diversity along the European Green Belt Good examples, successful measures & new ideas
Regarding the European Green Belt as an ecological network (1st scientific conference 2012) and looking at the possibilities of established and new landscape policy instruments (2nd scientific conference 2013) the 3rd conference is focussed on successful initiatives and projects along the European Green Belt.
Despite the heterogeneous frame conditions,
activities and initiatives of a future orientated sustainable
development are already realized along the European Green Belt. The
3rdGreenNet conference will give a platform for those encouraging
Furthermore the conference will present results of the GreenNet project
and give impulses for the further development of the European Green
Key Note-speakers will deal with:
Frame conditions of sustainable development in rural areas (possibilities and limits)
Transnational cooperation (along the Green Belt)
Concepts for cooperation and partnerships including local people
Ecology as an economical factor, Green Economy, ecosystem services, Green infrastructure
GreenNet Results and core outputs will be presented:
Short presentation of project results, here safeguarding strategies for the Central European Green Belt
Lobbying activities and success stories to promote the Central European Green Belt
Presentation and Discussion of the GreenNetCharta (GreenNet Management and Protection strategy)
Posters showing results out of the GreenNet pilot regions.
Call for presentations, short papers & posters Good examples, successful measures &
Integrative policy and governance of the European Green Belt to enhance biological diversity, local economy and cultural heritage
Successful nature protection concepts, good examples of cooperation of local land users and nature conservation
Strengthening local/regional economies, rural development, regional money, Community supported agriculture
Successful or failed cross-border, cross-sectoral, cross-cultural cooperation & dialogue: lessons learned
Education, cooperation, successful stakeholder participation concerning Green Belt activities
Eco-tourism, regional products, local (organic) food production, sustainable and social entrepreneurship, eco-innovation
The original LE:NOTRE Projects were co-funded by the European Union's Socrates and Lifelong Learning Programmes.
The LE:NOTRE Institute has been established by ECLAS as foundation under Netherlands Law.