The OpenNESS workshop 'Ecosystem services and EU regulatory frameworks: Experiences from real-world decision-making' hosted in Brussels was a great opportunity for Oppla to share knowledge and to be involved in the latest thinking on nature-based solutions. Christoph Görg opened the workshop with an introduction of the OpenNESS project, which set out the objectives to encourage a two directional exchange between science and policy/decision-making and for there to be a transdisciplinary co-production of knowledge.
At the workshop Rob Wolters presented 'How can Oppla help?', detailing why Oppla is the perfect place to look for products and examples to facilitate real-world decision-making: offering case studies, tools and resources from people across Europe who have experience of ecosystem services and EU regulatory frameworks in policy and practice.
If you have any questions about the workshop or about ecosystem services and EU regulatory frameworks then don't hesitate to 'Ask Oppla' - our crowd-based enquiry service will help find the answers.