Free spaces, remoteness, air purity, water freshness: nature will gain more value in the eyes of travellers after COVID-19. Are you a policy-maker or a tourism specialist? Join this on-line tutoring course to learn and exchange on the transition towards a more sustainable tourism. Deadline to apply: 25 September 2020.
RUBIZMO presents the first series of quick and easy to access 30-minute “Café sessions” and virtual visits which will take place every Tuesday from 11-11:30 CET in November 2020. The focus will be around the theme ‘How can Europe anticipate and support rural innovation?’
This joint-partner organised event is co-led by the World Economic Forum, International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), and World Farmers Organization, among other organisations. The virtual pre-event Bold Action for Food as Force for Good will mobilize multistakeholder action towards the UN Food Systems Summit 2021.
This virtual workshop will look to identify the success factors and added value delivered by projects and consider how successful projects can be identified, communicated and used in networking. The workshop will also allow to exchange the lessons learned from successful projects, and how these success experiences can best be communicated and transferred.
Following a first webinar focusing on the designing of the CSP intervention strategy held on 2 October 2020, and in response to stakeholders’ interest, the ENRD Contact Point is organising a new online meeting to discuss the designing of interventions under the future CAP Strategic Plans.
This conference is the follow up of the jointly hosted conference of EUIPO and the Commissions' Directorate General for Agriculture and Rural Development on the intersect between GIs and trade marks in 2018 “Trade Marks and Geographical Indications: future perspectives”. Producers, stakeholders and EU country officials will be able to participate and give their views on the different panel sessions.
By focusing on sustainable and resilient urban-rural partnerships, the international URP2020 hybrid conference contributes to the implementation of the New Leipzig Charter and the Territorial Agenda 2030 and is part of the events of Germany’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union since July 2020.
The fifth in our series of thematic labs will explore the role of LEADER and LEADER Local Action Groups in developing strategic approaches and initiatives with a potential to contribute to Green Deal objectives.
This event, organised by the Institute for European Environmental Policy, is part of a series on common global ‘green’ policy priorities, given the importance of environment and climate issues on both the Canadian and EU agendas, including as part of the recovery from COVID-19.
This webinar is organised in the framework of the 6th edition of the EPP European Congress of Young Farmers. The session will provide an overview of specific breeding targets in both public and private research, analyse in how far these correspond to sustainability objectives, and look at possible limitations for a faster market introduction.