Workshop and Field Trip – SURE – SE Europe Chapter 31 August – 3 September 2016 in Bucharest
Third edition of the workshop organized by the Society for Urban Ecology – Chapter South Eastern Europe at the Faculty of Geography
Title: How much nature can we have in our cities?
Venue: University of Bucharest, Faculty of Geography
Organizer: SURE – SE Europe Chapter in collaboration with the Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies and the Faculty of Geography – University of Bucharest
Key Dates : August 31 – Workshop in Bucharest (Faculty of Geography); September 1 – September 3 – Field trip in Dobrogea and the Danube Delta
This workshop in Bucharest was the third edition of the international workshops under the title Nature Conservation and Urban Development – How to manage together?.
The workshop benefited from the participation of 35 experts in the fields of conservation biology, urbanism, geography, biology and environmental sciences, representing the Ministry of Environment, Water and Forests, prestigious research centers from the University of Bucharest (Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies – CCMESI, Interdisciplinary Center of Advanced Research on Territorial Dynamics – CICADIT, Center for Integrated Analysis and Territorial Management – CAIMT), universities (Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism, University of Craiova), research institutes (National Institute for Research and Development in Constructions, Urban Planning and Sustainable Spatial Development URBAN-INCERC, Biology Institute of the Romanian Academy, National Research-Development Institute for Environmental Protection – INCDPM), Romanian Spatial Agency – ROSA and the consultancy company Multidimension SRL. At the workshop has been participated the students of Integrated Environment Impact Assessement master programm.
The workshop was attended by the president of Society for Urban Ecology, Professor Jürgen Breuste (Germany) and by one of the members of the Executive Committee, Henri Garay Sarasti (ECONAT Bogota, Colombia).
Two main themes of discussion were present in the workshop schedule: the relation between Natura 2000 sites and urbanization and limits of cities and nature. … READ MORE