European Commission and Wildlife Estonia invite you to
Riverine LIFE Platform Meeting:
Strengthening populations of fish and other species through re-introduction, removal of barriers and habitats conservation
10th - 12th September 2014, Tartu, Estonia
This is one of a series of platform meetings intended to promote the exchange of experience and networking amongst LIFE beneficiaries, with other key stakeholders also invited. The purpose of this meeting is to bring together LIFE project beneficiaries, organisations and institutions from across Europe to discuss aspects of their projects which address riverine species and habitats conservation in relation to EU biodiversity policy. Given the potential wide range of the discussion the meeting will focus on the following:
• Populations strengthening and re-introduction programmes
All participants are welcome to give a presentation (oral or poster) in relation to the above mentioned topics.
The agenda is being updated in parallel with the registration and the final version will be sent to the registered participants with the delegate pack on 30 July 2014. Please note, that the working language of the conference is English.
For participation please register
Please confirm your attendance and (if applicable) presentation topic by filling out the registration format the earliest opportunity.
There is no cost for the meeting itself and Wildlife Estonia will cover the cost of venue hire, and field trips. However, please note that participants would have to cover travel to Tartu, and accommodation costs, and main meals. Open LIFE projects can include these costs within their budget as eligible expenditure in the financial statement.
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The organisers welcome you to the conference and to Tartu!
The programme of the following three conference days has been divided into four sessions:
Session 1 – Strengthening populations and re-introduction programmes
Session 2 – Migration barriers and fish passages
Session 3 – Local LIFE projects
Session 4 – Who benefits from the conservation of riverine species and habitats?
In case changes should occur in the order of presentations the corresponding speaker will be informed and contacted separately by the organisers. Thank you in advance for your understanding!
NGO Wildlife Estonia is established in 2000. Our aim is to protect rivers and other aquatic habitats. We care about the nature, biodiversity and fish in particular.
Springs, rivers and lakes are our common treasure. The more natural status they have the more precious they are.
Successful application and implementation of river restoration and fish population status improvement projects. Scientific ichthyology studies with traditional and modern bio-telemetric methods.
Eesti Loodushoiu Keskus, registration 80124928,
Address: Veski 4, 51005 Tartu, ESTONIA
Contact phone (+372) 51 76886