Living Lakes Webinars

 

7th Living Lakes Webinar

April 6, 2017 at 3:00 pm Central European Summer Time

Topic: 20th Anniversary of Living Lakes & Living Lakes Conference 2018

 

6th Living Lakes Webinar

July 20, 2016 at 3:00 pm Central European Summer Time

Topic: Blue-Green Infrastructures

Programme of the 6th Living Lakes Webinar (370 KB)

Contribution 1:

“Biodiversity friendly premises”.

By Marion Hammerl. Lake Constance Foundation.  Germany

 

Contribution 2:

“Hickling Broad Enhancement Scheme – looking at the innovative solutions to restore eroded reed swamp, create habitat and measures and controls needed to mitigate against Prymnesium Parvum”.

By Rob Rogers. Broads Authority. National Park. U.K

 

Contribution 3:

“The European Green Belt – Protection and Development of Europe’s unique natural and historic heritage.”

By Uwe Friedel. Friends of the Earth Germany. BUND. Germany

 

5th Living Lakes Webinar

April 14, 2016

Topic: Sustainable Agriculture – How can we evaluate and enhance sustainability on farm-level?

 

Programme of the 5th Living Lakes Webinar (380 KB)

Contribution 1:

TEEB for Agriculture & Food: a short overview on the main results of the interim report

By: Dr. Salman Hussain, Coordinator of TEEB (The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity), United Nations Environment Programme, Geneva / Switzerland (pre-recorded presentation)

 

Contribution 2: 

Analysing sustainability on farm-level with the SMART tool

By: Leonhardt Jansco, Project Manager, Sustainable Food Systems GmbH / Research Institute of Organic Agriculture, Frick / Switzerland

 

Contribution 3: 

Enhancing sustainability: Processing tomatoes sustainable sourcing

By: Jordi Domingo Calabuig, Project Manager, Fundación Global Nature, Valencia / Spain

 

4th Living Lakes Webinar

January 27, 2016

Topic: Green Filters – Innovative & cost-efficient systems for water purification benefitting people and the environment

Programme of the 4th Living Lakes Webinar

Contribution 1: 

Introduction and Living Lakes project opportunities

By: Udo Gattenlöhner. Global Nature Fund, Germany

 

Contribution 2: 

Technical aspects – transferability potentials

By: Felipe Valderrama. Fundación Humedales, Colombia

 

Contribution 3: 

Removal efficiency and new technologies

By: Isabel Martín. Centro de las Nuevas Tecnologías del Agua CENTA, Spain

 

Contribution 4:

Green Filters as Green infrastructures

By: Antonio Guillém. Fundación Global Nature, Spain

 

3rd Living Lakes Webinar

March 16, 2015

Topic: Sustainable Development of Tourism Destinations

Contribution 1: 

Economic Development of Rural Communities through Tourism: A Case Study of Somkhanda Game Reserve in Zululand, South Africa

By: Mark Gerrard, Threatened Species Coordinator, The Wildlands Conservation Trust, www.wildlands.co.za, South Africa   

Contact: MarkG[at]wildlands.co.za      

 

Contribution 2: 

Green Destinations: Partnership program for sustainable destinations

By: Albert Salman, Director, Green Destination Partnership, http://greendestinations.info/, The Netherlands     

Contact: A.Salman[at]eucc.net

 

Contribution 3:

Sustainable tourism practices in Mongolia

By: Badral Yondon, Senior Advisor, Mongol Ecology Center, www.mongolec.org, Mongolia 

Contact: badral[at]mongolec.org

 

2nd Living Lakes Webinar

July 2, 2014

Topic: Environmental Services and Water Stewardship

Contribution 1:

Land stewardship, farming and wetlands conservation

By: Jordi Domingo, Fundación Global Nature, Spain       

Contact: jdomingo[at]fundacionglobalnature.org

 

Contribution 2:

The International Water Stewardship Standard - A global framework for sustainable water management

By: Michael Spencer, Alliance for Water Stewardship, Australia

Contact: michael[at]waterstewardship.org.au

 

Contribution 3: 

Payments for environmental services with a special focus on payments for watershed services

By: Suleika Suntken, Deutsche Umwelthilfe, Germany     

Contact: suntken[at]duh.de

 

1st Living Lakes Webinar

April 2, 2014

Topic: EU Water Related Policies

Contribution 1:

Water Framework Directive – Policy coherence as a key factor for improved water management and nature conservation in a changing climate

By: Michael Bender, GRÜNE LIGA, Water Policy Office, Germany

Contact: wasser[at]grueneliga.de

 

Contribution 2:

Overview of the Last Decade of EU Water Policies: Lessons Learned

By: Alain Maasri, Global Nature Fund, Unit Water and Living Lakes, Germany

Contact: maasri[at]globalnature.org

 

Contribution 3: 

LIFE+ 2014-2020 - Funding opportunities for water related projects

By: Thomas Schaefer, Global Nature Fund, Unit Nature Conservation, Germany

Contact: schaefer[at]globalnature.org