Detailed Program
29 - 30 MAY 2014
U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
ECOSYSTEMS, ECONOMY AND SOCIETY:
HOW LARGE-SCALE RESTORATION CAN STIMULATE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

DETAILED PROGRAM

Click on each title below to find all the details about the session, the panel of speakers and access their presentations.

 
Thursday May 29, 2014
 

09 h 00

09 h 15

10 h 45

Coffee-break

11 h 00

12 h 30

Break

14 h 00

16 h 00

Coffee-break

16 h 15

17 h 15

Wrap-up
 
Friday May 30, 2014
 

08 h 30

10 h 30

Coffee-break

11 h 00

12 h 30

Break

14 h 00

14 h 30

16 h 00

Coffee-break

16 h 15

See the whole Conference booklet that has been distributed to the participants on site. The document compiles the full detailed program, speakers' bio as well as organizers' and partners' presentation.

  • BEYOND ECOLOGICAL BENEFITS TRACK
  • CASE STUDIES ANALYSIS TRACK
  • OPENING AND CLOSING
  • PLENARY SESSION TRACK

Organizers

The Conference has been proposed by

Veolia Institute

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Veolia Institute, environmental think tank dedicated to promoting foresight reflection on interactions between society and the environment

US Water Science and Technology Board

National-Academy-of-Science-logo-thumb US Water Science and Technology Board, established in the US National Research Council, to provide a focal point for studies related to water resources

Agence Française De Développement

AgenceFrancaiseDeveloppementThe financial institution and main implementing agency for France’s official development assistance to developing countries and overseas territories

International Union for Conservation of Nature

IUCN-logo-thumb International Union for Conservation of Nature, the world's oldest and largest global environmental network

ORGANIZERS

Logo Institut Veolia        AgenceFrancaiseDeveloppementIUCN-logo-thumbNational-Academy-of-Science-logo-thumb

 

ASSOCIATED PARTNERS

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