What is ENVRI week?
ENVRI week is a week dedicated to Environmental Research Infrastructures. It is organized twice a year ENVRI week hosts ENVRIplus project related sessions as well as several other sessions targeting different groups of stakeholders.
On the 14th and the 15th of December, the ZOOLOGY meeting 2018 will take place back-to-back with the FWO Kennismakers meeting @ZOO (https://www.kennismakers.be/en-gb/home/) in Antwerp that will host a special theme on the Impact of Climate on Ecosystem services. The general theme of the ZOOLOGY meeting is “Zoology in the Anthropocene” with two special sessions:
The EOSCpilot project’s second and final EOSC Stakeholders Forum will be held on 21-22 November 2018 at the Austria Center Vienna.
The Open Science Conference 2019 is the 6th international conference of the Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0. It is dedicated to the Open Science movement and provides a unique forum for researchers, librarians, practitioners, infrastructure provider, policy makers, and other important stakeholders to discuss the latest and future developments in Open Science.
The National Biodiversity Data Centre, on behalf of Ireland, is pleased to host the 25th meeting (GB25) of the GBIF Governing Board and warmly welcomes all delegations to Kilkenny.
The official Governing Board meeting will take place on 16-17 October 2018.
GBIF Governance committee meetings will take place on 15 October.
The National Biodiversity Data Centre also kindly invites participants to a public symposium "Biodiversity loss in a changing world: local data, global action", on 18 October.
Open Science goes beyond open access to publication, encompassing the sharing of open research data and citizen science on 21 November 2018. It also paves the way to the development of appropriate metrics, incentives and rewards. The Belgian Science Policy Office and the European Commission thus invite you to the Open Science Conference 2018, with back-to-back panels on the Belgian and the European situation.
The Regional Bio-Bridge Initiative Round Table for Western Europe and Others will meet on 21 September 2019 at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciecnes in Brussels. Our Executive Director Ana Casino will be present at this event, organised by the CBD.
The agenda can be downloaded here.
The third edition of the annual Digital Infrastructures for Research (DI4R) conference will be held this year at the University of Lisbon, Portugal from 9-11 October.
Europe is facing important challenges in meeting future biodiversity targets while biodiversity across Europe is still threatened, and climate change is an increasing problem. Natura 2000, comprising over 27,000 sites and over 18% of European territory, is an important tool to ensure effective conservation and management of species and habitats of importance for the EU, but requires a collective effort for efficient management. Cross-sectoral and cross-border collaboration is currently more important than ever before.