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Experimental Ecosystem Accounting for Greater Oslo

Publisert 15.08.2017

Grønt byregnskap for Oslo regionen - Symposium, 29 August 2017

Venue: FAROS meeting room (5th floor); CIENS Forskningsparken

How to get there: http://www.oslotech.no/forskningsparken/how-to-find-us/                  

REGISTRATION DEADLINE Wedn 23 August: http://www.nina.no/Aktuelt/Arrangementer-og-seminarer/URBAN-EEA-Annual-symposium-2017

Programme

08:30-09:00 - Registration & Welcome

09:00-09:30   
Objectives and progress of the Urban EEA Project
David N. Barton, NINA

International ‘best practices’

09:30-10:15
Experimental ecosystem accounting (EEA) – what is it and why is it useful? 
Carl Obst, Director IDEEA

10:15-10:30 - Break

10:30-11:15        
Ecosystem accounting in the Netherlands – progress in compiling national-scale ecosystem accounts and their relevance for policy.  
Prof. Lars Hein, Wageningen University 

11:15-12:00        
Mapping ecosystem services in European cities – examples and policy uses
Grazia Zulian, EU Joint Research Centre

12:00-13:00 - Lunch

Applications in Oslo

13:00-13:30        
Mapping vegetation diversity & citizen science in Oslo.
Olav Skarpaas, NINA

13:30-14:00        
Forest and agricultural accounts for Oslo & Akershus
Mads Greaker, SSB

14:00-14:30 - Break

14:30-15:00        
Hedonic property pricing of urban amenities in Oslo.  
Axel Heymann, AHO

15:00-15:30        
Ecosystem accounting on either side of future long-term green borders in Oslo-Akershus
Per Arild Garnåsjordet, Statistics Norway & NINA

15:30-16:00 - Summary and meeting closure

 

Further information: david.barton@nina.no

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