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The International Academy for Nature Conservation Isle of Vilm (INA) offers around 60 workshops, closed meetings, conferences and training courses every year on issues of national and international nature conservation, many in cooperation with other organisations. These bring together representatives from authorities and science, politics and business, associations and foundations as well as students from all over the world to exchange ideas and jointly develop new solutions for the conservation of nature.

We look forward to your visit!

Some of the events are aimed at a specific audience and are not open to the public. Therefore, kindly check the details of the target group for each event. Please also note that the specified conference periods include one day of arrival and one day of departure.


Due to the corona pandemic, all INA events will be conducted online for the time being. We will contact you by e-mail if an event for which you have registered is cancelled or postponed. We are available for you by phone (+49 38301 86-141) or e-mail (ina.vilm@bfn.de).

For any questions regarding touristic excursions, kindly contact the Fahrgastreederei Lenz (phone: +49 38301-61896).



Vilm-Module contributing to the 83rd UNEP/UNESCO/BMU International Short Course on Ecosystem Restoration towards a Green Recovery

08/11/2021 - 19/11/2021

Organiser
Bundesamt für Naturschutz
Chair
Kathrin Bockmühl (BfN) & Dr. Katharina Stein (Centre for International Postgraduate Studies of Environmental Management (CIPSEM))
Target audience
The participants are fellows of the Centre for International Postgraduate Studies of Environmental Management (CIPSEM). They are management experts who prepare and implement political decisions and practical measures in ministries, authorities, local government and non-governmental institutions of developing countries (including newly industrialised economies) working on the sustainable use of natural resources and green recovery.

This module focusing on the role of nature conservation and ecosystem restoration contributing to Green Recovery is an integral part of the entire 83rd UNEP/UNESCO/BMU International Short Course on Ecosystem Restoration towards a Green Recovery.


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Last Change: 12/06/2021

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