The German Federal Environment Agency (UBA) is pleased to announce the conference programme for the 3rd European Resources Forum on 9th and 10th November 2016 in Berlin. The 2016 ERF is expected to draw some 400 participants and will focus on the following topics:
- International perspectives for a resource efficient world
- Transforming businesses – new business models
- Best practice cases for the circular economy
- European country initiatives for resource efficiency
- Resource efficiency around the world – taking inspiration from local examples in development cooperation
- Advancing the Idea of an International Platform for Resource Governance
- Land as a resource – issues, potentials and solutions
- New impulses for a resource efficient Europe
For further information and registration please visit the ERF Conference Homepage. After the ERF UBA is hosting the 3rd National Resources Forum on 11th November 2016 in Berlin. On 8th November 2016 UBA is also organizing the international workshop Decarbonisation and Resource Efficiency.
The German Environment Agency (UBA) and the German Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG) are organising a European Conference on Plastics in Freshwater Environments on behalf of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) which will take place from 21-22 June 2016 in Berlin. More information on the conference including the programme and the link to registration are available at the conference website.
PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency has published a study on Sustainable Development Goals in the Nederland: building blocks for environmental policy for 2030. The report analyses the implications of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development for environmental policy in the Netherlands. More information and the link to the report can be found here.
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The Environmental Reporting unit (MIRA) of the Flemish Environment Agency is pleased to announce the English translation of its yearly MIRA Indicator Report.
The EPA Network is an informal grouping bringing together the heads and directors of environment protection agencies and similar bodies across Europe. The Network exchanges views and experiences on issues of common interest to organisations involved in the practical day-to-day implementation of environmental policy.