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Join in virtually: European Wetlands Conference

Climate Change
From September 26 to 28, the European Conference "Riverine and Coastal Wetlands for Biodiversity and Climate" will take place in Bonn, Germany. In order to meet the great public interest in the topic of nature-based solutions for biodiversity and climate, a live broadcast of the conference is being set up. Registration is now open for virtual participation, free of costs.
Heron at the Camargue
Wetlands are vital for biodiversity and climate

How does climate change affect biodiversity in European wetlands? How can riverine floodplains and coastal wetlands help us mitigate climate change and adapt to climate change impacts? How do we succeed in restoring these vital ecosystems in practice, and which policy frameworks do we need? These questions will be discussed by experts from all over Europe at the fifth European Conference on Biodiversity and Climate Change. The plenary lectures and panel discussions will be livestreamed to allow the largest possible expert audience from across Europe to participate virtually.

Register now via the conference website to receive the link to the livestream and additional conference materials.

For in-person attendance in Bonn, very few remaining places are also still available. Participants on site will engage in a lively exchange as well as a series of interactive workshop sessions in which they can contribute their expertise and jointly develop concrete recommendations on the conference topic.

The European Conference is hosted by the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN) and the European Network of Nature Conservation Agencies (ENCA), in cooperation with the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), the Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) and adelphi.

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