Priorities and measures to improve planning and management in Protected Areas
How can we develop integrated approaches among different governing levels to improve climate change adaptation?
What strategies and methodologies to improve planning and management?
How can we integrate adaptation priorities with biodiversity conservation objectives and measures in Protected Areas?
We will explore this considering the results of the LIFE Natur'Adapt project, case studies from Protected Areas and current policy priorities and developments at regional and European levels.
We aim to exchange with decision-makers at all levels, organisations working on environment, biodiversity and climate change, Protected Areas networks and managing authorities.
Welcome and Introduction
Local challenges and solutions for better planning and management of climate adaptation (10 min) Lorenzo Merotto - Portofino Marine Protected Area, Italy
Building a climate adaptation strategy for the Protected Areas network in Finland (10 min) Santtu Kareksela - Metsahallitus, Parks and Wildlife Finland
An initiative to mainstream resources for nature restoration in UK national parks (10 min) Emma Davies - Palladium
Q&A (10 min)
European and Regional Strategies
Strategic planning for climate adaptation and biodiversity conservation (10 min) Alexandra Cabral - Norte Portugal Regional Coordination and Development Commission
EU Policy priorities and measures for climate adaptation and nature restoration (10 min) Stefania Charisiadou - European Commission DG Environment
The role of regions to improve nature restoration and climate adaptation in Europe (10 min) Roby Biwer - European Committee of the Regions
Debate (15 min)
Conclusion and Final Remarks
Anne-Cerise Tissot - Reserves Naturelles de France