Workshops

Attitudes towards large carnivores (Organized by: Michela Pacifici, Sapienza Università di Roma)

Genetic considerations as part of conservation reintroductions, supplementations and translocations (Organized by: Philippine Vergeer, Wageningen University, Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group; Robert Ekblom, The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Analysis Department)

How international Conventions, Treaties and Organizations serve Nature Conservation (Organized by: Katalin Pap, University of Szeged)

Science-Policy Interfaces in a Rapidly Changing World (Organized by: Eszter Kelemen, Institute for Sociology, Centre for Social Sciences (HU); Marie Vandewalle, Department of Conservation Biology, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (GE); Juliette Young, INRAE – FR; Hien T. Ngo, UN-FAO (IT)

Towards guiding principles and tools for preserving biodiversity in the agricultural context on a local, regional and global scale (Organized by: Geert de Snoo, Netherlands Institute of Ecology)



Workshops are aimed at encouraging interaction and dialogue between a smaller group of speakers and the broader audience. The format of workshops is flexible. As an example, a workshop might consist of a few short talks providing an overview followed by a facilitated discussion, or they may be a focused, round-table type discussions to synthesize participants’ insights of a particular challenge for humanity. The duration of a workshop can be up to 2 hours, and will be scheduled in parallel with symposia and contributed sessions. All workshop organisers and speakers must be registered participants (as early bird registrants).