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Organising Committee: Heike Knicker (Institute for Natural Resources and Agrobiology of Sevilla), Ioannis Daliakopoulos (Technological Educational Institute of Crete), Marc Olivia (University of Barcelona), Damía Barceló (Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Studies, IDAEA-CSIC), Carla Sofia Ferreira (Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra), Zahra Kalantari (Stockholm University Sweden)
UNU-FLORES PhD Researcher Anika Reetsch will be presenting in the session “Land Degradation and Restoration: The State-of-the-Art” on Tuesday, 3 September 2019 from 16:30–18:15. Her presentation will look at a case study in Tanzania to gain insights on transforming degraded smallholder farmland into multifunctional land-use systems.
This conference (2–7 September 2019) aims to focus on the scientific research towards finding solutions for the societal issues of our time. TERRAenVISION promotes interdisciplinary collaboration and networking by bringing together scientists and stakeholders of different scientific backgrounds that work on the same societal issues and share the same goals. By bringing people and their knowledge together, we may be able to take the steps towards solutions that bring about a more sustainable society. In this conference, we want to link to international agendas such as the Sustainable Development Goals and the UN climate conventions.
University of Barcelona, Faculty of Geography and History
Carrer de Montalegre 6–8
08001 Barcelona, Catalonia