Norway is represented by two regions: Møre and Romsdal, and Nordland.
Greece is represented by Thessaly and Macedonia.
The final seminar of the WetEcos project took place in Bucharest on March 22, where we presented the results of our report on mapping and economic assessment of ecosystem services. The project was financed by the EEA Norway Grants and we collaborated with two local partners: National Institute for R&D in Environmental Protection Bucharest (INCDPM), and Danube Delta National Institute (DDNI – INCDPM Tulcea Branch).
The project follows Action 5 from the EU Biodiversity Strategy 2020 for mapping and economic valuation of wetlands across Europe.
The report will be soon available on the WetEcos website. Parts of the report where presented at the Igls Forum 2017 and an academic peer-reviewed article is also expected to be published later this year.
My pitch on “Industrial Organization in the bioeconomy” (IObio) during the Seminar of the Division of Food Production and Society at NIBIO (Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research). The Seminar took place on Gjøvik, on December 7 and 8 2016.
IObio is about creating sustainable and efficient bioeconomy value chains in Norway.
Here is the pitch –