Climate Change and Nature Conservation in Europe - an ecological, policy and economic perspective

25–27 June 2013 | Bonn, Germany

ccnceClimate change is already affecting Europe’s ecosystems. We can expect potentially severe effects on biodiversity and ecosystem function and services in the future. The resulting challenges need to be met by appropriate action despite uncertainty about the timing and magnitude of possible climatic changes. This European conference will bring together experts from science, policy and practice to highlight and debate the importance of adapting to climate change in conservation from an ecological, policy and economic perspective, and will also showcase successful conservation partnerships across Europe.

Following up on the discussions of the previous BfN/ENCA conference on biodiversity and climate change, held in Bonn in 2011, the conference in 2013 will go a step further and explore how adaptation can be put into practice.

More information on the conference programme here.

Contact us

Lead Partner

Danish Meteorological Institute
Contact: Ole Krarup Leth
e-mail: okl@dmi.dk
Phone +45. 3915 7223

Project Coordination Office

s.Pro – sustainable projects
Contact: Carsten Beyer
e-mail: cb@sustainable-projects.eu
Phone +49. 30 832 1417 44