Webinars – Transforming our approach to water and wetlands
We are pleased to invite you to the webinars: Transforming our approach to water and wetlands
What: Two webinar discussions on the values of water and wetlands, how to mainstream these values into policy-making in order to promote wise use and management, based on the insights of the TEEB for Water and Wetlands Report.
When: 12 December 2013,
Time: 11.00 – 12.15 and 16.00 -17.15 PM CET
- The state of wetlands
- Values, ranges, gaps, examples
- Policy instruments to progress towards wise use
- How the ecosystem approach can contribute to the wise use of wetlands
- Approaches to assess the multiple benefits of protected areas
- Patrick ten Brink, Head, Brussels Office, Institute for European Environmental Policy
- Nick Davidson, Deputy Secretary General, Ramsar Convention on Wetlands (Morning slot)
- Daniela Russi , Senior Policy Analyst, Institute for European Environmental Policy
- Ritesh Kumar, Programme Manager, Wetlands International, South Asia (Afternoon slot)
- Marianne Kettunen, Senior Policy Analyst, Institute for European Environmental Policy
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