European Landowner Alliance for Wildlands & Nature

 

Program Coordinator — Magnus Sylvén, magnus@wild10.org

WILD10 Program Goal – Use the WILD10 process to stimulate the development of a “European Landowner Alliance for Wildlands & Nature, ELAWN”, building on experiences from Europe with input from the US, South Africa, and Australia.

 

Session Time Key

A is      9:30 AM to 11:10 AM
B is     11:30 AM to 1:10 PM
C is      3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
D is      5:00 PM to 6:30 PM

 

European Landowner Alliance for Wildlands & Nature (ELAWN) Series

ELAWN-I: European Landowner Alliance for Wildlands & Nature, Part A
Scheduled for: Thursday, Session B – Auditorio

ELAWN-II:  European Landowner Alliance for Wildlands & Nature, Part B
Scheduled for: Thursday, Session C– Auditorio

 

 

ELAWN-I:  European Landowner Alliance for Wildlands & Nature, Part A

Scheduled for: Thursday, Session B – Auditorio

Objective: Form a European Landowner Alliance for Wildlands & Nature (ELAWN). The following outcomes are planned: Ii) A Platform of interested organizations and individuals committed to establish ELAWN, (ii) An agreed Vision statement, (iii) A statement on Mission/Purpose, (iv) A set of agreed Principles for the land stewardship covering biological/ecological as well as economic/social aspects, (v) An Outreach strategy, and (vi) A set of identified Common Working Areas.

Moderator—Tilmann Disselhoff, Federal German Environmental Foundation /Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) and Miquel Rafa, Fundación Catalunya-La Pedrera

 

ELAWN-II:  European Landowner Alliance for Wildlands & Nature, Part B

Scheduled for: Thursday, Session C– Auditorio

Objective: Form a European Landowner Alliance for Wildlands & Nature (ELAWN). The following outcomes are planned: Ii) A Platform of interested organizations and individuals committed to establish ELAWN, (ii) An agreed Vision statement, (iii) A statement on Mission/Purpose, (iv) A set of agreed Principles for the land stewardship covering biological/ecological as well as economic/social aspects, (v) An Outreach strategy, and (vi) A set of identified Common Working Areas.

Moderator—Tilmann Disselhoff, Federal German Environmental Foundation /Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) and Miquel Rafa, Fundación Catalunya-La Pedrera, Spain