Training and Awareness Raising Workshop on Valuing the Nature

28.11.13 - 28.11.13

The International Union for Conservation of Nature and the UN Environment Programme will organize a one day workshop in Beijing, China to raise the awareness of key decision makers and stakeholders at municipal and national levels, about the value of nature and international approaches and progress towards it, and the importance of wetlands to the quality of water supply to the city.

The  workshop will target mainly stakeholders of the  Miyun Reservoir Watershed, especially the Beijing Municipality and Hebei province  such as  government representatives from forestry, water and environment protection sectors, research and academia, NGOs and the business sector.

For more information about the event, please send an email to teeb@unep.org

 

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