Symposium on Science & Stewardship to Protect & Sustain Wilderness Values

 

S&SS Theme C:   Rewilding In Europe

S&SS Theme S:  Conservation In Spain- Special Sessions

Program Coordinators – Alan Watson, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute (awatson@fs.fed.us), Steve Carver, University of Leeds (s.j.carver@leeds.ac.uk), and Zdenka Krenova, Czech Academy of Sciences (zd.krevnova@gmail.com).

WILD10 Program Goal – Provide a Forum for Stewards, Scientists, Advocates and Students to build networks and present successful programs, scientific findings, challenges and creative approaches for protecting or restoring wilderness character.  Hosted jointly by the Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute, Global Change Research Center of the Czech Academy of Sciences, the Wildland Research Institute of the University of Leeds, and The WILD Foundation.

 

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

 

Wilderness Science & Stewardship Symposium (S&SS) Working Session, Workshop & Roundtable Series

Note:  All codes are preceded by an “S&SS” 

S&SS Theme C:   Rewilding In Europe

C-1       Rewilding In Europe– Session A
Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session B– Aula 2.1

C-2      Rewilding In Europe– Session B
Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session C– Aula 2.5

S&SS Theme S:  Conservation In Spain- Special Sessions

S-1       Pioneers In Conservation In Spain
Scheduled For: Wednesday, Session B – Aula 2.5

S-2       Socio-Economic Benefits Of Nature InEurope
Scheduled For: Wednesday, Session C– Sala Menor

 

S&SS C-1: REWILDING IN EUROPE – SESSION A

Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session B– Aula 2.1

Theme: Rewilding Europe

Moderator—Henrique Pereira, University of Leipzig

Introductions
Henrique M. Pereira, University of Leipzig

Rewilding In An Evolutionary And Historical Context
Jens Christian Svenning, Aarhus University

Agri-Environment Schemes In Natura 2000: Can Subsidies Be Harming Rewilding?
Henrique M. Pereira, University of Leipzig

Rewilding AndForestBiodiversity – Facts And Anecdotes
Mats Niklasson, Nordens Ark

Rewilding,Forest Fire Prevention And Grazing Herbivores – How Are They Connected?
Eduard Plana Bach, Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia

Questions & Answers
Henrique M. Pereira, University of Leipzig

 

S&SS C-2:  REWILDING EUROPE II

Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session C– Aula 2.5

Theme:  Rewilding Europe

Moderator—Henrique Pereira, University of Leipzig

Introductions
Henrique Pereiram, University of Leipzig

Death Supports Life – Rewilding And Recent Findings Within Carcass Ecology
Xiaoying Gu, Cottbus University
Bart Beekers, Ark Nature

Educating The Next Generation Of Nature Entrepreneurs
Judith Jobse, European Wilderness Entrepreneurship Programme Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences

Rewilding And The New IUCN Guidelines For Reintroductions And Other Conservation Translocations
Dr Sarah Dalrymple, IUCN Reintroductions Specialist Group and Liverpool John Moores University

The Social Construction Of Serengeti Landscapes In Europe: The Case OfWestern Iberia
Arjaan Pellis, Wageningen University
Martijn Felder Wageningen University

 

 

S&SS S-1: PIONEERS IN CONSERVATION IN SPAIN

Scheduled For: Wednesday, Session B – Aula 2.5

Theme: Conservation inSpain- Special Session

Moderator—Miguel Lizana Avia, University of Salamanca

CompensaNatura – the land cover nature balance initiative
Francesc Giró, Director, Acciónatura

BIGTREES4LIFE, CONSUMA NATURALIDAAD, MiTierra Maps
Marion Stoler, Fundación Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente – tentative

Ecotourism inSpain, an assortment of experiences contributing to biodiversity conservation
Ricardo Blanco, Tourspain

The Spanish Centre for Responsible Tourism
José María de Juan Alonso, KOAN Consulting, S.L. – Consultores en Turismo Responsable y Cooperación al Desarrollo

A cooperative network to preserve theWestern Iberian Peninsula
Carlos Sanchez Martinez, Fundación Naturaleza y Hombre/Spanish National Committee of IUCN

 

S&SS S-2: SOCIO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF NATURE IN EUROPE

Scheduled For: Wednesday, Session C– Sala Menor

Theme: WWFSpain

Moderator—Luis Suárez, WWF Spain

Socio-economic benefits of N2000 – including related European Commission’s work
[To be determined speaker from WWF International]

High Value Natural Systems – conservation and socio economic actions an alternative for the future
[To be determined speaker from an NGO/academia]

Financing the management needs: the case of Natura 2000 The case of Spain
[To be determined speaker from NGO/national authority]