Subject: [27th Nov] Register to the Webinar "Nature Conservation in a changing climate" (Ep.1)

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"Nature Conservation in a changing climate" (Ep.1)
27th November, 11:00 (Central Europe Time)


Join the webinar from your laptop or smartphone!

It only takes a minute, it's interesting, open and free :-)
Registrants will receive connection details by email the day before.


Dear Members,
Dear Colleagues,
Dear Friends,

We are pleased to invite you to attend the first webinar of a series on climate change adaptation in protected areas. This program is being brought to you as part of the capacity building activities of the EUROPARC Federation and the LIFE NaturAdapt project.  
The goal of this first session is to set the stage and clarify where nature conservation stands on climate change adaptation. It should help participants to objectively frame the challenges that climate change represent for protected area managers.
The case study presenters will share with us their insights...

...relating to climate change as a global phenomenon and how it may affect nature conservation and the management of Parks and Protected Areas. 

Nature conservation in a changing climate: setting the scene 
by Olivier de Sadeleer, Project Manager Life NaturAdapt, EUROPARC (EU)

Sharing the results of LIFE NaturAdapt's large-scale survey on climate change adaption and protected area management, Olivier will present a state of play of how nature conservation professionals are currently adapting to a changing climate. 



Climate change from the perspective of a glaciologist  
by Jean-Baptiste Bosson, Research Officer, Asters, Conservatoire d’Espaces Naturels Haute-Savoie (FR)

Doctor in glaciology. Together with his colleague Matthias Huss, he studied 19,000 glaciers classified world heritage of humanity. He will share with us what he learned from this study to propose a factual description of climate change, its impact on ice cover and potential consequences on ecosystems.
Migratory birds conservation in a changing climate
by Olly Watts, Senior Climate Change Policy Officer, RSPB (UK)

Olly leads on adaptation policy at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), working to ensure that nature and our natural environment are able to meet the challenges of climate change. We will learn about the ins and outs of climate change adaptation and mitigation to successfully improve the management for protected areas using the case of migratory bird conservation.
The Webinar will be moderated by Olivier de Sadeleer, Project Manager LIFE NaturAdapt, EUROPARC FEDERATION

The webinar will be held in English and last around 1:15 hours. All participants will be able to share their views and have their questions answered, and directly interact with their webcam and microphone.

Participation is free but registration is needed. Register here!
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About NaturAdapt
Climate is changing. Shouldn't nature conservation adapt and rise to the challenge? In Europe, Réserves Naturelles de France, EUROPARC and eight partners have joined forces under a LIFE Climate Action project to turn this challenge into an opportunity to innovate. NaturAdapt aims to initiate a transition to adaptive management of protected areas while laying the foundation for a dynamic collective learning process. If you wish to know more about the project, a brief description is available on EUROPARC´s website.


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