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Event Boosting Biodiversity Research Cooperation: A NetBiome Roadmap for European (sub)Tropical Overseas

The NetBiome partnership is taking this opportunity to showcase how Outermost Regions and Overseas Countries and Territories can advance biodiversity research cooperation in support of its sustainable development.

Co-hosted by 

Ricardo Serrão Santos MEP

Chair of the "Biodiversity& Ecosystem Services" Working Group

Maurice Ponga MEP

Chair of the "Islands & Overseas Entities" Working Group 

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Period 06/04/2016
Event location Room ASP 5E2 European Parliament, Brussels
Host NetBiome partnership, Ricardo SerrĂ£o Santos MEP, Maurice Ponga MEP
See the agenda http://ebcd.org/?email_id=48&user_id=448&urlpassed=aHR0cDovL2ViY2Qub3JnL2V2ZW50L2Jvb3N0aW5nLWJpb2RpdmVyc2l0eS1yZXNlYXJjaC1jb29wZXJhdGlvbi1hLW5ldGJpb21lLXJvYWRtYXAtZm9yLWV1cm9wZWFuLXN1YnRyb3BpY2FsLW92ZXJzZWFzLw%3D%3D&controller=stats&action=analyse&wysija-page=1&wysijap=subscriptions

The Conference programme will include presentations and interactions with coordinators of NetBiome-funded research projects, highlighting their achievements and lessons learned in terms of developing future research calls. Key results and achievements of the NetBiome-CSA project will be presented, with a particular focus on the strategic policy recommendations and research priorities emerging from the work carried out with more than 150 stakeholders.

This International Conference will be a unique opportunity to discuss with experts and policy makers the future of research on (sub)tropical biodiversity in support of sustainable development in Outermost Regions and in Overseas Countries and Territories.

 

Please click here to consult the draft agenda of the meeting

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