In the scope of “Addressing of Invasive Alien Species Threats in Terrestrial Areas and Inland Waters Project in Turkey ” two days workshop on “Enhancing Advisory and Participatory Process in Control, Monitoring and Management of IAS in Turkey will be taking place between the dates of 10-11 February 2021.
More than 90 participants from different regional directorates of the General Directorate of Nature Conservation and National Parks within the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, officials of the directorates of Stakeholder Ministries, Academicians and NGO Representatives and project experts are expected to participate in the workshop.
The workshop topics will be discussed within the scope of the report prepared by Prof. Dr. Süheyla Suzan Gökalp Alıca, DAI Human Dynamics Legal Expert, on the “Establishment of National Committees and Working Groups for Local IAS in Turkey and Determination of Regulatory and Administrative issues to work”. Guest speakers from Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Croatia and Italy will showcase their relevant experience and practices in their own respective countries on these issues. Our partners Mr. Petri Ahlroth from Finland Environment Institute (SYKE) will also contribute by making a presentation on this subject.
Dr. Sonia Vanderhoeven, Scientist, Biodiversity Platform – Belgium
Dr. Teodora Trichkova, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research Institute-Bulgaria
Dr. Vladimir Vladimirov, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research Institute-Bulgaria
Dr. Rumen Tomov, University of Forestry – Bulgaria
Cyrille Barnerias, French Biodiversity Department European and International Relations Directorate – France
Zrinka Domazetović, Ministry of Environment and Energy, General Directorate of Nature Conservation – Croatia
Dr. Piero Genovesi (tbc) , Environmental Protection and Research Institute, Wildlife Office – Italy
End Beneficiary: Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, General Directorate of Nature Conservation and National Parks
Consultant: Hulla & Co Human Dynamics GmbH & Co KG, Çınar Engineering Consulting Inc., Finish Environment Institute Consortium