Towards innovative land management strategies

Monday, 12 March 2018 - 9:00 to 16:00 (Europe/Brussels)
Berlin, Germany - Adlershof con.vent

Towards innovative land management strategies and policy measures for reducing trade-offs between food supply, biodiversity and ecosystem services at a landscape scale

How to address trade-offs between food production, biodiversity and ecosystem services at the landscape scale? Call for practitioners and policy makers to join the discussion in Berlin on 12 March!

This 1-day workshop focusses on the question how trade-offs between food production, biodiversity and ecosystem services could be effectively managed at a landscape scale. We aim to gain an improved understanding on the role of trade-off assessments within a regional policy and planning setting as well as on innovative policy instruments that could support the reduction of trade-offs within a European context.

As a starting point of the discussion between scientists, policy makers from regional/national governmental levels and practitioners from different backgrounds (e.g. NGO representatives, local stakeholders), we use key insights from the European research project TALE.

Registration (30 euros)

Or contact Martin.Volk@ufz.de or Astrid.van.Teeffelen@vu.nl