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2nd Global Land Project Open Science Meeting

March 19-21, 2014

Subject: Land Transformations: Between Global Challenges and Local Realities

Location Humboldt University, Berlin

Web: www.glp-osm2014.org

Linking Biological and Cultural Diversity in Europe

April 8-11, 2014

Subject: 1st European Conference for the Implementation of the UNESCO-SCBD Joint Programme on Biological and Cultural Diversity

Location Florence, Italy

Web: www.landscapeunifi.it/en/call

Combining scientific expertise with participation:the challenge of the European Landscape Convention

April 28-29 2014

Combining scientific expertise with participation:the challenge of the European Landscape Convention

Subject: The Conference will be an opportunity for scientists who have been working in line with the ELC to present the tools developed and to reflect on their tangible, measurable and observable effects.

Location Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Brussels - Belgium

Web: igeat.ulb.ac.be/en/conference-elc-2014/presentation/

Resilience 2014 conference

May 4-8, 2014

Resilience 2014 conference

Subject: The conference is organized by the “French node” of the Resilience Alliance network (CIRAD - CNRS - IRSTEA- INRA), Agropolis International and their partners of the campus of Montpellier. Building on the highly successful first two conferences (in Stockholm & in Phoenix), Resilience 2014 will create an arena for exchanges and discussions articulating concepts & practices of adaptation, transformation and development.

Location Montpellier, France

Web: www.resilience2014.org

A Dialogue for Landscape Action: European Cultural Landscapes at a Crossroads

May 23 2014

A Dialogue for Landscape Action: European Cultural Landscapes at a Crossroads

Subject: The first EU level workshop, in the frame of HERCULES, will highlight the ongoing transformation of cultural landscapes as a result of increased rural abandonment, intensification of land-use and urbanisation. These changes threaten the ability of cultural landscapes to continue to deliver the many services they provide such as heritage values and cultural identity. In addition to that, the workshop will invite participants to express their views on how a research project like HERCULES can be as practice- and policy relevant as possible.

Location rue de Trèves 67, Brussels, Belgium

Web: www.hercules-landscapes.eu/stakeholder_workshops.php

20th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM)

June 9-13, 2014

20th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM)

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Location Hannover, Germany

Web: www.issrm2014.iasnr.org

CHeriScape conference I. - Landscape as Heritage in Policy

July 1-2 2014

CHeriScape conference I. - Landscape as Heritage in Policy

Subject: CHeriScape is a landscape-focussed network funded within the European Joint Programming Initiative for Cultural Heritage. Members come from a wide range of landscape and heritage related disciplines and areas of practice. Each of the upcoming five conferences will have a distinctive focus within the overall theme of ‘landscape as heritage and heritage in landscape’. In Ghent the focus will be on Policy. Results from the conferences will be used during the course of our project to create new guidance and briefings for policy makers at all levels in Europe.

Location Ghent

Web: www.cheriscape.ugent.be/conferences/ghent

PECSRL 2014 conference

September 8-12, 2014

PECSRL 2014 conference

Subject: The 26th session of the PECSRL biennial international conference - "Unraveling the Logics of Landscape" - will be held on 8-12 September 2014. The conference will take place at two locations: in the city of Gothenburg and the town of Mariestad in the west part of Sweden. The congress will be hosted by the University of Gothenburg.

Location Gothenburg/Mariestad, Sweden

Web: www.pecsrl2014.com

‘Cultural Trees in Your Landscape’

20th September 2014

‘Cultural Trees in Your Landscape’

Subject: Increasingly in the UK we find that the easiest connection in engaging with people in regards discussing their landscape is via landscape features; hedgerows, dry stone walls, trees and ponds etc. For the article on the first Cultural Landscapes Day event in the UK, please see our section on Cultural Landscape Days.

Location Modbury, South Hams, Devon

Web: www.hercules-landscapes.eu/stakeholder_workshops.php?cultural_level

HERCULES Consortium Assembly

September 24-26, 2014

HERCULES Consortium Assembly

Subject: HERCULES partners gather together in Amsterdam to discuss further developments of the project.

Location Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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