1st European Conference for the Implementation of the UNESCO-SCBD Joint Programme on Biological and Cultural Diversity
Linking Biological and Cultural Diversity in Europe
8-11 April 2014, Florence, Italy
As a result of the 1st European Conference for the Implementation of the UNESCO-SCBD Joint Programme on Biological and Cultural Diversity (8-11 April 2014, Florence, Italy), the organizers are proud to announce the following outcomes:
Florence Declaration on the Links Between Biological and Cultural Diversity
Progress Report on the Joint Programme of Work on the Links Between Biological and Cultural Diversity
Download the Abstract Book of the Conference.
Click here to see the General Programme of the Conference and here to download the Detailed Programme.
Download the text of the Joint Programme and the flyer of the UNESCO-SCBD Programme.
Click here to see the concept note of the Conference.
Download the List of Experts attending the meeting for the drafting of the Florence Declaration.
Publishing of the papers:
A selection of papers will be published in a book with the publisher Springer Verlag and in a special number of the journal Biodiversity and Conservation. Papers to be published have been selected by the scientific committee, among the ones presented in the conference sessions.
Prof. Mauro Agnoletti (chair), University of Florence, Italy
Prof. Margherita Azzari, University of Florence, Italy
Dr. Matthias Bürgi, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Birmensdorf
Dr. Pavlina Misikova, Ministry of the Environment, Slovakia
Prof. Diego Moreno, University of Genova, Italy
Prof. Lars Östlund, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå, Sweden
Dr. John Parrotta, USDA Forest Service, Washington DC, USA
Dr. Ana Persic, UNESCO
Prof. Pier Luigi Petrillo, Unitelma, Università La Sapienza, Rome, Italy
Dr. John Scott, Convention on Biological Diversity
Further information and conference secretariat: email@example.com. Laboratory for Landscape and Cultural Heritage, Department of Agricultural Food and Forestry Systems (GESAAF), University of Florence. Via San Bonaventura 13, 50145 Florence, Italy.